Pro-2 driver Ryan Beat has been disqualified and suspended from World Cup Racing at Crandon. The decision came down in mid-September after a technical violation was discovered on Beat’s Pro-2 truck after the World Cup finale race Sunday night.
Crandon International Raceway President Cliff Flannery made the decision to suspend Beat from competition during the Sunday Red Bull Cup events in 2023. Beat will also receive probation in 2024 for the Red Bull World Cup events. Beat can still compete in Crandon’s Spring Brush Run events as well as the Championship Off Road Racing Series which holds two weekends of racing at Crandon. The Sunday Cup events are considered a separate event and are managed by Crandon International Raceway.