WHERE TO RIDE AND RACE YOUR UTV: CHAMP OFF-ROAD RETURNS TO ERX PARK

HOW TO WATCH THE CHAMPIONSHIP OFF-ROAD TOUR AUGUST 15-16 2020

The Championship Off-Road Tour will hold its fifth and sixth of ten rounds this weekend at ERX Motorsports Park at Elk River, Minnesota. The Toyota Off-Road Nationals will have spectators in attendance, but those not close enough to ERX Park can view the races online by clicking on the link below. CORT will live-stream all ten rounds of action at www.champoffroad.com/livestream, and you can also catch up on all champ short-course action at www.champoffroad.com and click on the on-demand tab.

Tune in to Champ Off-Road’s lifestream coverage of its fifth and sixth rounds at ERX Motorsports Park in Elk River, Minnesota, where CJ Greaves will be racing two UTV classes plus trucks.

Short-course icon CJ Greaves will be doing triple duty at both ERX rounds this weekend, as he competes in both Pro Stock and Pro Mod UTVs and also the Trick Truck class. Kyle Chaney will be looking to avenge Pro Mod UTV losses to Greaves at the opening two rounds and a bad third round at Dirt City, where he finished 13th. Chaney recovered with the Dirt City win at the fourth round, so he only trails Greaves by a point heading into the middle of the season.

Team Speedwerx Arctic Cat’s Jeremy Houle sits seventh in Pro Stock 1000 points behind teammate Jack LeTourneau.

Greaves also leads the Pro Stock 1000 points in his Greaves Motorsports Yamaha YXZ1000R ahead of Robert Loire (Pol) and Jason Luburgh (Pol). After this weekend’s racing, Crandon International Raceway will host the last four rounds September 4-5 and 26-27.

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