Sunday’s racing action was all for big checks, bragging rights and championship rings at Crandon International Raceway. Winners also got other prizes such as Boxo Toolboxes and Polaris RZR’s. The day’s events kicked off with a Pro-2 World Championship race. Mickey Thomas grabbed his first ever career victory in that race.
The day continued with CJ Greaves taking a win in the Pro-4 World Championship race. Ultra4. Class 11 bugs, UTV classes and Pro Buggies also got their chance at running for a World Championship. Kyle Greaves who a day earlier locked up the Pro-Lite championship in the Championship Off Road Series won the Pro-Lite Cup race.
The final event of the day was the Pro-2 vs Pro-4 Cup race. Drivers hang it all out and put everything on the line in an all-out battle and door banging smash fest. This is where the best driver gets put into Crandon International Raceway’s history books. When the dust settled on the track and the checkered flag flew ten laps later, CJ Greaves had clawed his way through the carnage to the front and reclaimed the title. A title he has previously won three other times. Greaves now becomes the only driver with four Cup titles at Crandon. He was presented with a giant check, Crandon’s iconic lever action rifle and of course possession of the perpetual Cup.