WHERE TO RIDE & RACE YOUR UTV: KING OF THE ELEMENTS AT 141 SPEEDWAY

OVAL RACING WITH A TWIST SEPTEMBER 18-19 2020

SxS Sports’ King of the Elements is invading 141 Speedway in Francis Creek near Maribel, Wisconsin, September 18th and 19th. This dirt-track oval will be transformed into sort of a Supermoto track with added turns, a jump or more, and a Joker Lane to test UTV racers’ cornering skills and line selection. Pro Mod, Pro Stock, Sportsman and Mini UTVs will take to this unique course, most already testing their ice-racing and short-course skills at the first two rounds of four.

At the Dirt City short-course round, Jimmy Henderson (Yam) topped the Pro Mod field over the Can-Ams of Scottie Lawrence and Tyler Livingston. In Pro Stock, Rodney VanEperen took the win ahead of John Holtger and Scott Wasz for an all-Yamaha podium. In fact, Yamaha YXZs took the top seven spots and nine of the top ten positions. Dylan Marquardt handed Yamaha another win in the Sportsman A Main, and Reid Votis (Pol) topped the Mini UTV class.

Sportsman UTV points are led by Trevor Bushmaker (left), with Dylan Marquardt moving to third in points after the Dirt City win.

At the halfway point of the KOE series, Rodney VanEperen leads the Pro Stock main/qualifying points race over Scott Wasz 50-44, with Gabe Johnson third and Holtger fourth. All are in Yamahas. In Pro Mods, Jimmy Henderson leads Scottie Lawrence, 44-40, with Rodney VanEperen third with 34 points. Sportsman points are led by Trevor Bushmaker (Yam) with 48, while Jake Kosmecki (Yam) is send with 38 and Dylan Marquardt (Yam) is third with 36.

At the halfway point of the King of the Elements series, Rod VanEperen leads Pro Stock points and is third in Pro Mods.

Pre-entry has passed, so Pro-class late entries are $450, while Sportsman entries are $150 and Minis pay $75. Register at www.register.livemotorsports.com, email [email protected]; SxS Sports is at 14706 Velp Ave., Suamico, WI 54114.

Mini UTVs are for drivers aged 6-12 years old, with many racing families getting their kids into the sport early.

Lastly, ERX Motorsports Park hosts the final King of the Elements round on October 2nd with a track combining short-course, cross-country, rally and obstacle course for an all-discipline, all-terrain challenge.

Pro class champions earned a $20,000 series bonus in 2019, and Kawasaki and Yamaha are offering contingency support for Teryx KRX1000 and YXZ1000R racers, respectively. Kawasaki is putting up $14,600; a Pro Stock win is worth $1,500, and a Sportsman win pays $500. Yamaha offers $12,500 total with a Pro Production 1000 or Pro Mod win earning $2,500 and a Sportsman win earning $1,000. Maxxis Tires, Rugged Radios, VP Racing Fuels, Vision Wheel, Race Driven and Can-Am are also supporting sponsors, and Maxxis is paying $1,500 for a win in Pro classes, $1,000 for second and $500 for third. Maxxis Sportsman payouts are $1,000, $500 and $250, while Mini payouts are $500, $250 and $125.

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SXS SPORTS KING OF THE ELEMENTS SERIES

1. Mar. 6-7…Arctic Derby, Eagle River, WI

2. June 4-5…Dirt City, Lena, WI

3. Sept. 18-19…141 Speedway, Maribel, WI

4. Oct. 2…ERX, Elk River, WI

Contact…www.sxssportsracing.com

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