Champ Off Road Racers Find Success at Crandon

Champ Off Road Racers Find Success at Crandon

Crandon International Raceway has always been a favorite place for racers. It is famous for the iconic land rush start and sweeping turns. Championship Off Road held Rounds 3 & 4 at Crandon.

Kyle Leduc finally saw some success this season at Crandon. Leduc swept the weekend in Pro-4. He still sits 11 points behind CJ Greaves. Both CJ and Johnny held the second and third spots on the podium in Rounds 3 & 4. Ryan Beat also saw major success at Crandon. He finally broke Keegan Kincaid’s winning streak. Kincaid swept both Antigo rounds and also won Round 3 at Crandon. But in Round 4 the tables turned. Beat grabbed the holeshot and never looked back. Kincaid was able to manage a fourth-place finish.


Over in Pro-Lite, Kyle Greaves was back on the podium in winning form even with major pressure from Brock Heger who swept the Antigo rounds. In Sunday’s Round 3, Greaves wasn’t so lucky as Heger reclaimed the top spot. Mamer finished second with Greaves finishing third. Greaves continues to trail Heger in the points standings.

One of the longstanding traditions at Crandon is the “Cup Race.” Held in the spring and fall, the race pits Pro-4 against Pro-2. Jerett Brooks took his first ever Crandon Cup victory.

Championship Off Road heads to ERX Motor Park in Elk River Michigan July 7th-9th, 2021.

Photos: Amanda Fonferek

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