The newly formed Championship Off-Road series held Rounds 3 &4 at Dirt City Motorplex in Lena, Wisconsin over the weekend. This is the first time the Pro races have raced on the track. Dirt City opened in 2019 and has held at least one sportsman race event.
In Pro 2, Kyle Kleiman made early moves to grab the lead in Round 3. After the yellow flag restart, Keegan Kincaid tried to do everything he could to catch Kleiman but was unsuccessful and had to settle for second. In Round 4, Mickey Thomas grabbed an early lead and never looked back winning his first Pro 2 victory.
Kyle Greaves continued his winning streak in Pro-Light. Winning both rounds 3 &4, Greaves remains undefeated in the series.
Round 3 saw a shake-up in Pro-4. Kyle Leduc had the lead when the race started. Leduc would go up on the bike in a corner with a nice save. CJ Greaves began closing in on Leduc. On the restart, Greaves put a huge amount of pressure on Leduc. Leduc finally made a mistake, rolling the truck in a corner with just a few laps to go. Greaves went on to win the race. Kyle Leduc was back in Round 4, grabbing win number 102 along with the series points lead.
Championship Off-Road will head back to ERX Motorsports Park in Elk River, Minnesota to make up the cancelled Bark River rounds on August 15 and 16.