Jason Voss wins the “Legendary” Parker 425, the longest consecutive running offroad race in the United States, for the third time in his racing career.
This years Parker 425 was a little different, for safety reasons a two day format was implemented to ease on course contact between the slower classes and the unlimited vehicles. The new format seemed to work great for the racers with what was a blistering pace for the overall leaders. The lack of lap traffic seemed to speed up the pace significantly.
For the majority of Saturdays race the battle was between top qualifying entry of truck #70 Kevin Thompson / Harley Letner and #35 Jason Voss. They were nose to tail most of the day until the #70 lost a rear end gear late on the last lap.
With the #70 out of contention it left a huge gap to the next vehicle for Jason Voss letting cruise to the finish with over 25 minutes in hand.
It felt good to have a clean run in our new truck to start off the 2020 Season.” Said Voss “We can’t thank all our partners and sponsors enough for the hard work. This is our third Overall win at the Parker 425 and it never gets old!”
Brandon Bailey took the top honors in class 1500 over Brian Parkhouse.
Kyle Jergensen took the win in 6100, the largest class of the weekend.
On Friday’s race Conner Mcmullen took the win in Class 1000 over Chase Warren.