Fall Crandon has officially begun in the small city in the northern woods of Wisconsin. And by begun, we mean the annual parade that kicks off three days of racing action. Thousands gathered to watch homemade floats and the local marching band parade through the streets of downtown Crandon to celebrate Labor Day. Joining them, were each and every driver that has come to do battle on one of the sports largest stages. The streets were packed while countless off-road machines jumped in behind the parade and headed for Crandon International Raceway, where there would be open practice all day and main events later that evening.
Photography by Vincent Knakal and Ernesto Araiza