The sale of Crandon International Raceway in Crandon, Wisconsin to Jamey Flannery has fallen through. Citing unforeseen circumstances, the track and organization will remain non-profit as it has for over fifty years. Cliff Flannery will remain in his role as president of the track.
“While the sale of Crandon International Raceway fell through for several unforeseen reasons, we are moving forward as we always have,” explained Crandon President Cliff Flannery. “For 2021 and beyond it will be business as usual for our racers, fans and our family of corporate partners. In fact, we will be announcing some very exciting news over the coming weeks that will build on our goal of hosting the world’s biggest and best off-road races here at the Big House.”
For racers and spectators, events will be run as normal with the same volunteers and board members that have always been involved in the famed race track. Crandon is planning to host the Rounds 3 & 4 of the Championship Off Road racing series this month along with a fourth of July concert. The big Labor Day race will also remain unchanged.