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Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Championship Battles Reach Critical Juncture in Arizona

CHANDLER, Ariz. (September 24, 2020) – The 2020 Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Presented by GEICO kicked off its run to crown this season’s eight champions with another thrilling tripleheader weekend from Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park. A brand new, innovative track design greeted the world’s finest short course off road racers for the Super Clean Duel in the Desert Presented by Toyota, and it resulted in a three-day spectacle filled with some of the best action of the year. In the end, each respective championship battle moved one critical step closer to its conclusion, setting the stage for a dramatic end to the 2020 season.

The Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series began its stretch run of the 2020 season 
with a tripleheader from Arizona’s Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park.
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Pro 2

Friday

Reigning Pro 2 Champion and point leader Jerett Brooks entered the weekend action at Wild Horse Pass hoping to put more distance between he and Doug Mittag, his main rival who has provided a fierce challenge throughout the 2020 season.

Brooks and Mittag started on the front row to kick things off on Friday morning and as racing got underway on the new clockwise layout Brooks was able to establish himself at the head of the pack, leaving Mittag to deal with Ryan Beat. As the race wore on Mittag lost valuable ground to Brooks and eventually dropped from second to fourth behind Beat and RJ Anderson. Beat then looked to put pressure on Brooks for the lead until a miscue sent him up on two wheels and into the wall.

From there Brooks was able to build an insurmountable lead over Mittag in the closing laps, taking his fourth win of the season by almost six seconds over his rival, with Anderson in third.

Friday Results

  1. #77 Jerett Brooks
  2. #81 Doug Mittag
  3. #37 RJ Anderson
  4. #78 Ricky Gutierrez
  5. #65 Dave Mason Jr.

Jerett Brooks captured his fourth Pro 2 win of the season on Friday.
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Saturday

As the field returned to the track on Saturday it was Beat who led the field to green from pole position, with Mittag alongside on the front row. Brooks started third on the grid. As the trucks came to life to at the drop of the green Mittag got the jump to move out front, forcing Beat to fend off Brooks for second. A determined Beat battled back and successfully got by Mittag to take control of the top spot.

The top three settled in through the halfway point of the race, separated by about a truck length each. When the second half got underway Beat held off early pressure to keep his challengers at bay. As Brooks looked to challenge the lead duo he encountered loose bodywork that hindered his vision, causing the point leader to lose third to Anderson and drop back even further.

Despite heavy and persistent pressure Beat prevailed with his first Pro 2 victory by less than a second over Mittag, with Anderson in third. Brooks lost another position late to finish fifth.

Saturday Results

  1. #51 Ryan Beat
  2. #81 Doug Mittag
  3. #37 RJ Anderson
  4. #78 Ricky Gutierrez
  5. #77 Jerett Brooks

An exciting Pro 2 race on Saturday saw Ryan Beat (left) capture his first win in the class.
Photo: Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series

Sunday

With two different winners in the first two days it was anyone’s guess as to who might prevail in Sunday morning’s tripleheader finale. Coming off a less-than-ideal finish on Saturday Brooks was in an ideal position to start the last race, lining up on pole alongside Anderson, with Beat and Mittag in the second row.

As soon as the green flag waved Brooks dropped the hammer and charged out to an early lead on the field. Beat and Anderson battled for second, but after Anderson over-rotated a corner it allowed Beat to assume second and Mittag third. When the race reached its halfway point Brooks enjoyed a commanding lead and looked to reestablish that advantage on the restart.

Despite the best efforts of both Beat and Mittag, they were unable to maintain the pace Brooks was putting down. After making his way by Beat to take control of second, Mittag put in one final push to try and close the gap to Brooks, but it wasn’t enough. Brooks carried on to season win number five by 4.7 seconds over Mittag, followed by Beat in third.

Despite wins in two out of three races over the weekend, Brooks’ fifth-place finish on Saturday caused him to lose control of the point lead to Mittag, who completed an exceptionally consistent weekend with three straight runner-up finishes. The lead duo sit just two points apart with two rounds remaining.

Sunday Results

  1. #77 Jerett Brook
  2. #81 Doug Mittag
  3. #51 Ryan Beat
  4. #65 Dave Mason Jr.
  5. #36 Rodrigo Ampudia

Pro 2 Points (Round 8 of 10)

  1. #81 Doug Mittag – 410
  2. #77 Jerett Brooks – 408
  3. #51 Ryan Beat – 379
  4. #37 RJ Anderson – 356
  5. #78 Ricky Gutierrez – 322

Brooks (77) outlasted Doug Mittag (81) to end the weekend with a big Pro 2 win.
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Pro Lite

Friday

Brock Heger couldn’t have captured a wave of momentum at a more opportune time in Pro Lite than coming into the weekend tripleheader in Arizona. He entered Chandler with a six-point lead over Christopher Polvoorde, thanks largely to Heger’s four-race podium streak anchored by a pair of wins.

As the trucks rolled onto the track for the first time Friday morning Heger found himself exactly where he wanted to be on the front row alongside Polvoorde. As the race got underway it was Polvoorde, who overcame some electrical issues prior to the start, who seized control of the lead, with Heger all over his rear fender. Unfortunately, after leading the first handful of laps of the race the electrical gremlins returned for Polvoorde and dropped him out of contention, handing the lead over to Heger, with Ronnie Anderson in second.

Heger led the field to the halfway point and picked up where he left off when racing resumed. He continued to build on that lead and easily brought home his third win in the last four races by 3.9 seconds over Anderson, with Madix Bailey in third.

Friday Results

  1. #12 Brock Heger
  2. #52 Ronnie Anderson
  3. #29 Madix Bailey
  4. #59 Jimmy Weitzel
  5. #50 Mason Prater

Brock Heger was impressive on his way to the Friday Pro Lite win.
Photo: Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series

Saturday

It was Heger and Polvoorde once again on the front row to start Saturday’s action, this time with Heger on the preferred inside position. Both trucks got great jumps and entered the first turn side-by-side, but Heger emerged with the lead. Polvoorde stuck with his championship rival and was able to stay within one or two truck lengths, while Cole Mamer attached to the leaders from third as the race reached the halfway point.

When racing got back underway Heger was able to maintain his hold of the lead, but behind him the battle for second reached a tipping point when Mamer over-rotated a corner, causing Polvoorde to run into him. Polvoorde got the worse end of the incident, losing several spots, while Mamer continued in second, with Anderson in third. Out front, Heger carried on to his third consecutive victory and fourth win of the season by less than a second over Mamer, with Anderson in third.

Saturday Results

  1. #12 Brock Heger
  2. #35 Cole Mamer
  3. #52 Ronnie Anderson
  4. #29 Madix Bailey
  5. #50 Mason Prater

Heger made it back-to-back Pro Lite wins with another impressive drive on Saturday.
Photo: Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series

Sunday

Heger entered Sunday’s third and final race in search of the weekend sweep, and he was in a favorable position to do so by starting on the front row alongside Mamer. As the field came to green things got wild almost immediately as Heger got sideways and nearly went off the track. Anderson experienced similar issues, but wasn’t as fortunate and was forced off track. The early excitement allowed Bailey to move into the lead, while Heger recovered to assume second.

Bailey looked poised at the head of the pack, holding off Heger to lead the field to the halfway point. When racing got back underway Bailey once again withstood early pressure from Heger to hold onto the lead. As the laps wound down, Heger came under fire from Mamer, who successfully made the pass for second and set his sights on the lead. A late caution bunched the field up one last time and Mamer took advantage of the opportunity to make the pass on Bailey on the restart, while Heger encountered trouble and soon pulled off the track.

Mamer charged to the checkered flat to take his third win of the season by 1.7 seconds over Bailey, while Jimmy Weitzel finished third.

Heger’s pair of wins over the weekend helped him maintain his lead atop the Pro Lite standings, where he holds a 22-point lead over Bailey with two rounds remaining.

Sunday Results

  1. #35 Cole Mamer
  2. #29 Madix Bailey
  3. #59 Jimmy Weitzel
  4. #8 Carson Parrish
  5. Bronsen Chiaramonte

Pro Lite Points (Round 8 of 10)

  1. #12 Brock Heger – 402
  2. #29 Madix Bailey – 380
  3. #35 Cole Mamer – 367
  4. #94 Christopher Polvoorde – 367
  5. #52 Ronnie Anderson – 347

Cole Mamer prevailed with his third Pro Lite win of the season on Sunday.
Photo: Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series


Pro Buggy

Friday

After a dominant outing at the previous event reigning Pro Buggy Champion Eliott Watson entered the Wild Horse Pass weekend in control of the division. A comfortable 23-point lead accompanied Watson into Friday morning’s action, where he started one the front row alongside polesitter Matthew Brister.

When the action got underway Brister was able to take advantage of his starting position to quickly establish a big lead over Watson and the rest of the field. He maintained that advantage through to the halfway point of the race, and when racing resumed Brister was able to maintain his hold of the lead. However, Watson started to pick up his pace as well and soon started to apply pressure on Brister. The pair engaged in a tight battle for the position, with Watson eventually getting the upper hand after Brister suffered a flat rear tire.

Watson went unchallenged the rest of the way and took his fourth straight win by two seconds over Darren Hardesty Jr., while Trey D. Gibbs took advantage of Brister’s misfortune to capture third.

Friday Results

  1. #1 Eliott Watson
  2. #99 Darren Hardesty Jr.
  3. #15 Trey D. Gibbs
  4. #5 Matthew Brister
  5. #24 Bradley Morris

Eliott Watson extended his Pro Buggy winning streak to four races on Friday.
Photo: Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series

Saturday

Saturday’s race saw Brister and Gibbs occupy the front row, while Watson was forced to start right behind them from the fourth starting spot. When the green flag waved to kick things off Brister mirrored his efforts from Friday by charging out to an early lead over Gibbs, Dale Ebberts, Watson, and the rest of the field. The action intensified from there as Watson made his move to the front, eventually finding his way into second. Once there, the champ was able to put the pressure on Brister, who successfully fended off the challenge through to the halfway point.

When the field came back to life Brister got the jump he needed to put a gap on Watson, but with just a couple laps to go Brister again suffered a flat rear tire, which allowed Watson to close the gap and make the pass on the final lap. Watson captured his fifth consecutive victory by just over a second ahead of Brister, with Ebberts in third.

Saturday Results

  1. #1 Eliott Watson
  2. #5 Matthew Brister
  3. #7 Dale Ebberts
  4. #74 Brady Whitlock
  5. #24 Bradley Morris

Watson’s dominance continued on Saturday with a fifth consecutive Pro Lite win.
Photo: Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series

Sunday

Watson found himself in a position to earn back-to-back tripleheader sweeps entering Sunday’s weekend finale, and he would do so starting from the front row alongside his weekend rival Brister. When racing began for the final time at Wild Horse Pass it was Watson who came away with the early lead, while Brister gave pursuit. Watson established a comfortable margin over Brister, who appeared to encounter trouble with his buggy after just a handful of laps, allowing Ebberts to move into second and Gibbs into third.

The excitement ramped up in the closing stages of the race as Gibbs was able to make a run on Watson and looked for a way around, but Watson ultimately extended his reign of dominance over the division with a sixth straight win. The champ took the checkered flag by less than half a second over Gibbs, with Brady Whitlock in third.

Watson now enjoys a commanding lead atop the Pro Buggy standings, 50 points ahead of Gibbs with two rounds to go.

Sunday Results

  1. #1 Eliott Watson
  2. #15 Trey D. Gibbs
  3. #74 Brady Whitlock
  4. #56 Zachary Drapkin
  5. #24 Bradley Morris

Pro Buggy Points (Round 8 of 10)

  1. #1 Eliott Watson – 434
  2. #15 Trey D. Gibbs – 384
  3. #5 Matthew Brister – 372
  4. #74 Brady Whitlock – 348
  5. #99 Darren Hardesty Jr. – 344
  6. #7 Dale Ebberts – 344

Watson wrapped up his second tripleheader sweep
and extended his Pro Buggy win streak to six races.
Photo: Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series


Turbo UTV & Production 1000 UTV

Friday

A hotly contested Turbo UTV title fight saw the duo of defending champion Corry Weller and Ronnie Anderson lead the way into the tripleheader at Wild Horse Pass. Both drivers had been a picture of consistency in 2020, but Weller brought in some added incentive coming into her hometown race.

The action on Friday morning saw Anderson start on the front row with Weller lining up right behind him. As the green flag waved Anderson quickly opened up a big lead on the field while Weller had to fight her way through traffic. Out front, Anderson looked impressive and had the setup on his Polaris dialed in. He cruised to his first win of the season by a significant margin over Chance Haugen in second, while Weller followed in third.

In Production 1000 UTV a similar rivalry has been unfolding all season long between former champion Brock Heger and Myles Cheek. The pair have traded wins all season long and both looked to gain an edge on the other coming into Chandler.

Both drivers had their work cut out for them on Friday morning starting on the second row behind Robby Hornsby and Dallas Nord. As the green flag waved both Heger and Cheek pounced and quickly took control of the race, passing both Nord and Hornsby, who flipped before the end of the opening lap. With a clear track the championship rivals went at it in a head-to-head battle. Cheek put heavy pressure on Heger for the lead and made the pass happen. From there Cheek pulled away to take his fourth win of the season by 6.6 seconds over Heger, with Nord in third.

Friday Turbo UTV Results

  1. #752 Ronnie Anderson
  2. #718 Chance Haugen
  3. #1 Corry Weller
  4. #703 Trevor Leighton
  5. #704 Dan Kelly

Friday Production 1000 UTV Results

  1. #957 Myles Cheek
  2. #912 Brock Heger
  3. #974 Dallas Nord
  4. #988 Anthony Santos
  5. #912 Lance Root

Saturday

With a win under his belt Anderson was in search of more as Turbo UTV returned to the track on Saturday. He started on the front row while Weller started right behind on Row 2 and when the field came to take the green flag Anderson was able to move into the lead, while Weller once again had to come through the field. Anderson nailed the setup again on his Polaris and easily controlled the pace of the race, dominating en route to a second straight victory by 12 seconds over Weller, with Robert VanBeekum in third.

After his dominant win on Friday Cheek carried all the momentum into Saturday’s Production 1000 UTV race, looking to build on his advantage over Heger. The pair once again started on the second row and when they green flag waved they settled in behind Nord, who jumped out to the early lead. Heger soon made his way to the front and Cheek followed through into second, setting the stage for another showdown. Much like Friday, Cheek was able to find a way by Heger and pull away for a second straight win by a margin of 1.9 seconds, with Hornsby completing the podium in third.

Saturday Turbo UTV Results

  1. #752 Ronnie Anderson
  2. #1 Corry Weller
  3. #764 Robert VanBeekum
  4. #718 Chance Haugen
  5. #715 Trey D. Gibbs

Saturday Production 1000 UTV Results

  1. #957 Myles Cheek
  2. #912 Brock Heger
  3. #916 Robby Hornsby
  4. #912 Lance Root
  5. #929 Orion Rodriguez

Sunday

By stealing the momentum in the title fight Anderson came into Sunday’s final Turbo UTV race of the weekend with an eye on positioning himself for a championship run. While Weller hadn’t shown the pace of her rival, she was doing what she needed to minimize the damage and looked to turn things around Sunday. Fittingly, the pair started on the front row for Sunday morning’s battle and when the race got underway Weller was able to take advantage of her pole position to jump out to the early lead over Anderson. Weller held onto the top spot for the first few laps but Anderson was able to patiently wait for his opportunity and make the pass happen. Once out front Anderson never looked back and completed the weekend sweep by a margin of 5.1 seconds over Weller, with Trey D Gibbs in third.

Anderson’s three-race win streak moved him to the top of the Turbo UTV standings at a critical juncture in the season as he now holds a seven point lead over Weller with two rounds remaining.

While Cheek has gotten the better of him after the first two Production 1000 UTV races, Heger came into Sunday’s tripleheader finale ready to leave it all out on the track in hopes of stopping the momentum surge. Heger and Cheek led the field to green on the front row for the weekend finale and Heger once again put his Yamaha out front early on. As he had all weekend long, Cheek bided his time and waited for his opportunity to make the pass, which he did in the early laps. From there Cheek was able to log consistent laps and bring home the weekend sweep for his fifth win in the past six races. He took the checkered flag 4.6 seconds ahead of Heger, with Orion Rodriguez earning a podium finish in third.

Cheek’s hot streak has allowed him to build a 25-point lead over Heger in the Production 1000 UTV standings and he’s put himself in a comfortable position to potentially wrap up his first division title with two rounds remaining.

Sunday Turbo UTV Results

  1. #752 Ronnie Anderson
  2. #1 Corry Weller
  3. #715 Trey D. Gibbs
  4. #733 James Maki
  5. #777 Chelsea Haugen
  6. Turbo UTV Points (Round 8 of 10)
  7. #752 Ronnie Anderson – 414
  8. #1 Corry Weller – 407
  9. #703 Trevor Leighton – 350
  10. #718 Chance Haugen – 346
  11. #715 Trey D. Gibbs – 327

Sunday Production 1000 UTV Results

  1. #957 Myles Cheek
  2. #912 Brock Heger
  3. #916 Robby Hornsby
  4. #929 Orion Rodriguez
  5. #919 Kenny Holt

Production 1000 UTV Points (Round 8 of 10)

  1. #957 Myles Cheek – 441
  2. #912 Brock Heger – 416
  3. #916 Robby Hornsby – 356
  4. #974 Dallas Nord – 331
  5. #923 Jim Price – 286

Mod Kart, JR2 Kart & RZR 170

Friday

A hotly contested title fight accompanied Mod Kart into the Wild Horse Pass tripleheader, as Braden Chiaramonte, Trey Eggleston, and Connor Barry had all enjoyed victory this season and sat separated by just 11 points entering Arizona. Friday’s opening race proved to be an opportunity for Barry to gain some ground on his rivals as he dominated the action with a wire-to-wire performance that saw him capture his third win of the season by 2.8 seconds over David Gasper, with Ethan Ebert in third.

Rhyan Denney was the focal point of JR2 Kart coming into Chandler, where her consistency allowed her to carry a double-digit point lead into the tripleheader weekend. The point leader was going to have her work cut out for her on Friday morning, starting mid pack, while her closest rivals started closer to the front. When racing got underway it was Olive Hoover who controlled the lead all the way until the final lap when Talan Martin made an impressive pass to steal the win just ahead of Hoover, with Logan Leggitt in third.

The rivalry in RZR 170 between point leader TJ Siewers and defending champion George Llamosas was destined to continue at Wild Horse Pass, in what has been one of the most exciting classes to watch all season long. On Friday morning, both drivers would have their work cut out for them as they started on the third row. As the racing got underway it was polesitter Declan Shields who seized control of the lead and paced the field for nearly the entirety of the race until a miscue with two laps to go handed the lead to Llamosas, who carried on to his third win of the season ahead of Siewers in second and Ryder VanBeekum in third.

Friday Mod Kart Results

  1. #528 Connor Barry
  2. #576 David Gasper
  3. #577 Ethan Ebert
  4. #584 Karaston Hernandez
  5. #507 Cade Martin

Friday JR2 Kart Results

  1. #411 Talan Martin
  2. #488 Olive Hoover
  3. #481 Logan Leggitt
  4. #486 Tyli Olsen
  5. #460 Rhyan Denney

Friday RZR 170 Results

  1. #188 George Llamosas
  2. #101 TJ Siewers
  3. #164 Ryder VanBeekum
  4. #155 Carson Greco
  5. #176 Jaxon Leaming

(Clockwise left) Connor Barry captured his third Mod Kart win on Friday, 
while Talan Martin (middle) made a late pass on Olive Hoover (front) to win JR2 Kart,
and George Llamoasas took his third RZR 170 win.
Photo: Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series

Saturday

As the Mod Kart field returned to the track on Saturday morning there was a lot of excitement surrounding what kind of action would unfold. Barry had the momentum after his Friday win and would have the opportunity to start on the front row for the second race. As soon as the green flag waved Barry put himself at the head of the pack again and comfortably paced the field for the majority of the race. The battle up front tightened considerably in the closing laps but Barry withstood the challenge to take his second win of the weekend by a half second over Gasper, with Braden Chiaramonte in third.

The second JR2 Kart race featured even more unpredictable action. After starting on the front row Lake Adler was able to grab control of the early, with Denney right behind. Unfortunately for Denney she found herself upside down shortly thereafter. That proved to be the help Adler needed as he went unchallenged for the remainder of the race to capture his second win of the season ahead of Hoover and Talan Martin.

As the RZR 170 field returned to the track for Saturday’s race all eyes were on Llamosas and Siewers to see if the defending champ could continue to close in on the current point leader. When racing got underway it was Carson Greco who capitalized on his front row starting spot to take the early lead, but Llamosas applied pressure immediately. The persistent pressure to hold off Llamosas caused a miscue by Greco that resulted in a tip over, which allowed Llamosas to move out front and charge home to his second win of the weekend ahead of Siewers in second and VanBeekum in third.

Saturday Mod Kart Results

  1. #528 Connor Barry
  2. #576 David Gasper
  3. #573 Braden Chiaramonte
  4. #514 Brody Eggleston
  5. #511 Talan Martin

Saturday JR2 Kart Results

  1. #499 Lake Adler
  2. #488 Olive Hoover
  3. #411 Talan Martin
  4. #497 Jessie Owens
  5. #401 Dane Culver

Saturday RZR 170 Results

  1. #188 George Llamosas
  2. #101 TJ Siewers
  3. #164 Ryder VanBeekum
  4. #158 Declan Shields
  5. #124 Zoe Easton

(Clockwise left) Connor Barry (front) went back-to-back with a ModKart win
on Saturday, as Lake Adler (front) prevailed in JR2 Kart,
while George Llamoasas (front) won again in RZR 170.
Photo: Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series

Sunday

As Mod Kart entered Sunday ready to close out the tripleheader weekend Barry was eager for the chance to wrap up the weekend sweep and give a big boost to his title hopes. He started on the front row for Sunday’s race but gave way to Gasper as the green flag waved. Gasper had been the only driver to really threaten Barry’s dominance all weekend and the clear track provided the kind of advantage he’d been looking for all weekend. Despite heavy pressure from multiple drivers Gasper prevailed with his first win of the season by 1.5 seconds over Barry, with Brody Egglesotn in third.

Barry’s stellar weekend vaulted him to the top of the Mod Kart standings, where he now holds a 23-point lead with two rounds remaining.

After tight battles for the win through the first two days, the weekend finale in JR2 Kart was up for grabs for whichever driver could take the biggest advantage of their track position. When the green flag waved it was Brodie Martin who capitalized on his front row starting spot to take the early lead and pace the field. Despite pressure from his cousin, Talan Martin, all race long, Brodie never put a wheel wrong and became the third different JR 2 Kart winner of the weekend ahead of his cousin, with Chaden Zane Minder in third.

With such a diverse collection of results from the weekend, the JR2 Kart title fight is tighter than ever. Talan Martin’s consistency has put him atop the standings, where he holds a slim six point lead with just two rounds remaining.

After a pair of late passes George Llamosas was hoping to make things easier on himself for the third and final RZR 170 race of the weekend. Llamosas started on the second row to start the Sunday finale, with Siewers right ahead of him on pole position. When the green flag waved both Siewers and Llamosas quickly grabbed control of the top two spots, with Siewers out front. The top two were never separated by more than a car length and a patient Llamosas waited for his opportunity before making the pass happen just past the halfway point. Once out front the champ never looked back and successfully wrapped up the weekend sweep ahead of Siewers, with VanBeekum in third.

Llamosas’ winning weekend paid big dividends in the championship standings, where he closed his deficit to Siewers. Just 11 points separate the lead duo with two rounds to go.

Sunday Mod Kart Results

  1. #576 David Gasper
  2. #528 Connor Barry
  3. #514 Brody Eggleston
  4. #554 Luke Knupp
  5. #577 Ethan Ebert

Mod Kart Points (Round 8 of 10)

  1. #528 Connor Barry – 402
  2. #573 Braden Chiaramonte – 379
  3. #514 Brody Eggleston – 349
  4. #576 David Gasper – 347
  5. #590 Trey Eggleston – 338

Sunday JR2 Kart Results

  1. #413 Brodie Martin
  2. #411 Talan Martin
  3. #415 Chaden Zane Minder
  4. #460 Rhyan Denney
  5. #429 Irie Bailey

JR2 Kart Points (Round 8 of 10)

  1. #411 Talan Martin – 370
  2. #460 Rhyan Denney – 364
  3. #413 Brodie Martin – 357
  4. #481 Logan Leggitt – 349
  5. #401 Dane Culver – 348

Sunday RZR 170 Results

  1. #188 George Llamosas
  2. #101 TJ Siewers
  3. #158 Declan Shields
  4. #124 Zoe Easton
  5. #195 Tatum Foerster

RZR 170 Points (Round 8 of 10)

  1. #101 TJ Siewers – 425
  2. #188 George Llamosas – 414
  3. #102 Ian Torfi – 354
  4. #164 Ryder VanBeekum – 335
  5. #124 Zoe Easton – 329

(Clockwise left) Barry (left) and David Gasper (right) battled for the ModKart win on Sunday 
with Gasper prevailing, while Brodie Martin (front) took the JR2 Kart win,
and George Llamoasas (right) outlasted TJ Siewers (left) to sweep RZR 170.
Photo: Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series


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