The last day of racing at Crandon International Raceway is purely for big checks, championship rings and bragging rights. Racing started with several classes of World Cup events.
In Pro-2. Doug Mittag battled back and forth with Jerett Brooks for the lead. Brooks ended up pulling off the track leaving Rob MacCachren to chase down Mittag. Mittag won the race taking home a $20,000 and a new Polaris RZR 1000. Corey Winner took 3rd on the podium. This was Winner’s first weekend back in the truck after an injury at the first Championship Off-Road Race at ERX.
Kyle Leduc won the Pro-4 World Cup after his closest competitor, CJ Greaves crashed with 2 laps to go. RJ Anderson and Adrian Cenni had a hard-fought battle for 2nd however Cenni never made it to the podium. Cole Mamer ended up in 3rd.
Cole Mamer then led the Pro-Light Cup race but would pull off the track with an issue. In the end, Zach Szymik would get his first career Pro-Light victory and Cup win.
The last race of the day is the famed Amsoil Cup. The race puts Pro-2’s against Pro-4’s. Despite a staggered start, Pro-4’s catch the Pro-2 trucks. The fatest drivers then have to navigate through traffic to get to the front. RJ Anderson did just that in the final laps, winning his 2nd Amsoil Cup event. Very few drivers have back to back wins at Crandon.
Check back for the October issue of DirtSportsWorld for expanded Crandon coverage.