ON THE PODIUM: UTV RACING RESULTS

LUCAS OIL MIDWEST SHORT-COURSE LEAGUE AT CRANDON IOWA HARE SCRAMBLES HEARTLAND CHALLENGE

MIDWEST SHORT-COURSE FINALE AT CRANDON INTERNATIONAL

Can-Am swept the Pro Mod UTV class at the Lucas Oil Midwest Short-Course League finals at Crandon International Raceway. Kyle Chaney scored his sixth Pro Mod UTV win on Saturday and finished second behind teammate Tim Farr to clinch the Pro Mod UTV championship. The Crandon Cup world championship finale drew a slew of west-coast LOORRS regulars, and Sunday’s main event saw Can-Am in the top four positions with LOORRS Pro Mod points leader Corry Weller third and Lance West fourth. West was third on Saturday behind Rodney VanEperen (Yam).

Chaney Racing clinched the 2019 Lucas Oil Midwest Short-Course League Pro Mod UTV championship with a pair of podium finishes at Crandon International Raceway. Photo by Harlen Foley.

In Pro Stock UTVs, CJ Greaves scored his seven-straight victory on Saturday for Yamaha, and Greaves finished third in Sunday’s world championship to clinch the Pro Stock UTV title for 2019. LOORRS regular Myles Cheek topped the Pro Stock field in the championship finale for Polaris, with Jeremy Houle (Tex) second.

CJ Greaves won his seventh straight Midwest Short-Course Pro Stock UTV round at Crandon then finished the season with a third in the finale.

MIDWEST SHORT-COURSE RACE RESULTS

Round 7:

Pro Stock UTVs

1. CJ Greaves…Yam

2. Robert Loire…Yam

3. Zachary Zakowski…C-A

4. Brock Heger…Yam

5. Jake Lunderby…Pol

Pro Modified UTVs

1. Kyle Chaney…C-A

2. Rodney VanEperen…Yam

3. Lance West…C-A

4. Scottie Lawrence…C-A

5. Taylor Leighton…Pol

Round 8:

Pro Stock UTVs

1. Myles Cheek…Pol

2. Jeremy Houle…Tex

3. CJ Greaves…Yam

4. Brock Heger…Yam

5. Dallas Nord…Yam

Pro Modified UTVs

1. Tim Farr…C-A

2. Kyle Chaney…C-A

3. Corry Weller…C-A

4. Lance West…C-A

5. Rob Van Beekum…Pol

IOWA ATV HARE SCRAMBLES HEARTLAND CHALLENGE

XPS Can-Am X3 racer Jason Watt won the day-night four-hour Heartland Challenge at Carlisle, Iowa. Watt topped the overall and UTV Open class over the combination hare scrambles, endurocross, short-course track, and he had to pass two-time Heartland champion Kyle Chaney to win. Justin Steck was third, some 14 minutes behind Chaney, and Can-Am X3s took the top 10 positions in UTV Open. Watt turned in 18 laps in 04:10:29, and only six teams completed 17 laps.

IAHSS UTV HEARTLAND CHALLENGE RESULTS

UTV Open

1. Jason Watt…C-A

2. Kyle Chaney…C-A

3. Justin Steck…C-A

4. Lankford Racing…C-A

5. Stewart Boys Racing…C-A

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