ON THE PODIUM: UTV RACE RESULTS

LUCAS OIL MIDWEST SHORT-COURSE, LUCAS OIL REGIONAL CALIFORNIA, AXCC IN OKLAHOMA

CJ GREEVES AND KYLE CHANEY WIN AT CRANDON

In the first rounds of the 2019 Lucas Oil Midwest Short-Course League series, CJ Greeves and Kyle Chaney took double wins in Pro Stock 1000 UTVs and Pro-Mod Turbo UTVs, respectively, at the Forest County Potowatomi Bush Run at Crandon International Raceway.

Greeves won Saturday’s Pro Stock 1000 main by 1.5 seconds in his Monster Energy Maxxis Yamaha, while father Johnny took the Pro 4s. On Sunday, CJ took the Pro 4 truck win then doubled up with another Pro Stock UTV win. In the Pro Modified (Turbo) UTVs, Kyle Chaney handily won both mains in his XPS Can-Am X3 and led two all Can-Am podiums in Wisconsin.

Kyle Chaney led two all Can-Am podium sweeps of the Pro Modified Turbo UTVs at Crandon, Wisconsin, during the first two rounds of the  Lucas Oil Midwest Short-Course League series. Here Chaney is flanked by second-place Lance West (left) and Thomas Reihner.

CHANCE HAUGEN DOMINATES LUCAS OIL REGIONALS

At the fourth and fifth rounds of the Lucas Oil California Regionals, Chance Haugen raced his Polaris XP Turbo to back-to-back wins at MX 333 in Victorville, California. Haugen topped Pro Stock winner Dustin Nelson (Yam) in both mains, with Oliver Golding (C-A) third on Saturday and Mia Chapman (Yam) rounding out the Sunday podium.

Chance Haugen topped the combined Production 1000 and Production Turbo UTV mains at the Victorville rounds of the Lucas Oil Regionals California.

LUCAS OIL REGIONAL VICTORVILLE

Rd 4, Victorville, CA

Production 1000/Turbo

1. Chance Haugen/Pol…PT

2. Dustin Nelson/Yam…PS

3. Oliver Golding/C-A…PT

4. Mia Chapman/Yam…PS

5. Syd Woods/951…PS

6. Christian Noble/746…PT

7. Bryan Orr/700…PT

8. James Jaramillo/Pol…PS

9. Chelsea Haugen/Pol…PS

Rd 5, Victorville, CA

Production 1000/Turbo

1. Chance Haugen/Pol…PT

2. Dustin Nelson/Yam…PS

3. Mia Chapman/Yam…PS

4. Syd Woods/951…PS

5. Bryan Orr/700…PT

6. Christian Noble/746…PT

7. Chelsea Haugen/Pol…PT

8. Trey Gibbs/Pol…PT

MILLER WINS AXCC ROUND IN OKLAHOMA

Cody Miller switched gears from WORCS to take on the American Cross-Country Championship round in Davis, Oklahoma. Rain soaked the rocky Cross Bar Ranch course, and Miller bested the Pro Turbo UTV field in his XPS Miller Racing Can-Am X3. In fact, Can-Am racers took the top four spots, with brother Hunter finishing fourth.

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