COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on series race schedules. Crandon International Raceway made the difficult decision not to hold their spring brush run event in June.
COVID cases in northern Wisconsin are relatively low, however discussions at the track centered around safely bringing an extensive amount of people to the area for a race event. The population of Crandon itself is roughly 1,900 people. Crandon International Raceway consulted with local community leaders and regional health officials. Everyone agreed it was best to postpone the event.
June’s spring brush run event was to be the inaugural race for the newly formed Championship Off-Road Series. As of now the series is still planning to hold its next event July 10-11 at ERX Motorsports Park in Elk River, Minnesota. The brush run event has been rescheduled for September 25-27 and looks to still be a points event for the Championship Off Road Series. The World Championships traditionally held during Labor Day weekend at Crandon International Raceway also remains on the schedule.