|“Crandon International has earned a reputation of hosting the biggest and best off-road short-course races in the world, and the upcoming 25thanniversary FCP June Brush Run is no exception,”explained Cliff Flannery, president of Crandon International Raceway. “2018 has already seen the first steps toward national unification of the sport via our new partnership with Lucas Oil. We are proud of the fact that the first race in that effort will take place here at the Big House, and we want all racers who come to Crandon in June to feel welcome and appreciated.”
The 25thannual Crandon Forest County Potawatomi is comprised of a full-slate of Lucas Oil series PRO and Sportsman races, with more than 200 teams expected to kick-off their racing season in traditional Midwest style. Speaking of Crandon tradition, Saturdaynight will feature “Crossing Croix” performing a festival-style concert free to fans camping at Crandon for the weekend or those attending Saturday’sraces. Gates will open for concert-only attendees with a $10.00 charge.
Crandon International will open its gates to the public all three days beginning at 8:00am.Race fans can enjoy watching practice on Friday, June 15thfor free. Weekend admission is $45 for adults, with children 12 and under and seniors 75 and older getting in free. One-day admission is $25 for adults, children under 12 and senior 75 or older admitted free.
All weekend, camping and concert tickets for the Crandon Brush Run races will be available when the gates open beginning at 12:00 noonThursday, June 14th.