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LUCAS OIL OFF-ROAD RACING SERIES

LUCAS OIL OFF-ROAD RACING SERIES With the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series (LOORRS) finally starting at California’s Glen Helen Raceway, the Production Turbos started 2020 like they ended the 2019 points season—with Can-Am’s Corry Weller leading Polaris pilots Ronnie Anderson and Chance Haugen the entire race. In fact, twice-defending champ Weller was top qualifier in both rounds opening weekend, as she won Sunday’s main ahead of Anderson and Robert VanBeekum (Pol) and scored maximum points. VanBeekum had his radiator clog…

TEXAS RACE SERIES ROUND 2

TEXAS RACE SERIES ROUND 2 Texplex Park in Midlothian, Texas, is a premier 1000-acre off-road facility with 72 miles of trails, UTV short and long courses, 4x4 off-road and mud courses, a Pro Supercross track, motocross and pit bike tracks, a Pro Shop and UTV rentals UTV Action attended The Texas race series Round 2, but the Pro UTV winners didn’t change from the first round. Kyle Hart raced his 2019 AXCC cross-country Turbo Pro Championship Can-Am X3 to another win ahead of Hunter Miller in another Can-Am X3. Miller…

KING OF THE HAMMERS UTVs

The King of the Hammers (KOH) has earned the reputation of being the toughest one-day off-road race in the world for 4x4s. Ultra-4 trucks have tackled the desert and rock-crawling race for 14 years, and UTVs have been racing for 12 years at the Johnson Valley OHV Area, which is northeast of Los Angeles. In both the Ultra-4 4400 class and UTV class, five drivers have dominated the King of the Hammers, but 2020 would bring new winners to Hammertown, a sprawling city that springs up every February on the  Means Dry Lake. Tens…

DAKAR RALLY: SAUDI ARABIA

Can-Am put up a huge effort at this year’s Dakar Rally, supporting Team South and others. American driver Casey Currie raced for Team South and followed up last year’s Rookie of the Year title with a historic Dakar Rally win. Currie was the first American driver to take a class win. American motorcycle rider Ricky Brabec also brought home the top trophy for American Honda. Hopefully, both wins will encourage others to come back in 2021 and take on the very popular SSV (UTV) class. NO BULL…