Keegan Kincaid is known around Crandon as the hometown hero. He delivered on that status, following up his series championship win with a Crandon World Cup win. Mickey Thomas held off Kincaid to win the Pro2 Crandon Championship race. For his efforts he was awarded a large check and a brand-new Polaris RZR.
When it was time for the Cup race in the afternoon, Kincaid was out front leading the field. He never looked back, leading wire to wire. Thousands of fans packed Crandon to watch their local hero win the 52nd Cup race. Johnny Greaves finished second but needed just a few more laps to catch Kincaid.
Greaves was still victorious, winning the first race of the day which was the Pro-4 Crandon World Championship race. Greaves is also coming off momentum, winning the Championship Off Road season finale.
The Pro-Lite race saw several crashes and cautions. Cole Mamer never lost sight of the prize, taking the victory. Mamer had a lot of pressure from Brock Heger. After two restarts towards the end of the race, Christopher Polvoorde put himself in position behind Mamer. Mamer extended his lead to win the race.
The Class 11 bugs also had a Crandon Championship race. Cisco Bio won that race in the bright pink Palapa Boy Volkswagen bug. Bradley Morris won the Pro Buggy race and Loren Healy was back out front and on the podium in Ultra4. Owen VanEperen took the win the UTV ProMod class while Heger continued his success in the UTV Stock class.