The inaugural rounds for the newly formed Championship Off Road Racing Series were held at ERX Motorpark in Elk River, Minnesota over the weekend. The event was well attended by fans and the racing proved to be a success. After an extended off-season due to COVID-19, racers were happy to be back in the driver’s seat.
Kyle Leduc took home a “weekend sweep” in Pro-4. He also celebrated a milestone 101 short-course career wins. Friday’s round 1 saw Leduc cruise straight to the podium, leading all laps. Saturday, CJ Greaves was out front, but a flat tire forced him into the pits at the competition caution. Greaves stayed out on the lead lap still making the podium in third place.
Kyle Greaves had no issues sweeping the weekend in Pro-Light. This was Greaves’ first weekend in the truck prepped under the Fabtech/Winner Racing stable. The top qualifier had a successful weekend. Carson Parrish came away with a pair of second place podium trophies. Cole Mamer rounded out third on Friday’s podium with Zach Szymik taking third during Saturday’s round 2.
In Pro-2, Friday’s round 1 podium included Keegan Kincaid, Mickey Thomas and Kyle Kleiman. Kleiman was victorious on Saturday after Ryan Beat pulled off the track with mechanical issues. Keegan Kincaid took second and Ricky Gutierrez pulled off a third-place finish.
The series heads to Dirt City in Lena, Wisconsin July 25th and 26th.