Round Ten of the Championship Off Road Racing Series continued at Bark River Sunday afternoon amid pleasant temperatures and partly cloudy conditions. The track was near perfect. Fans packed the hillside for the final day of racing at the famous Upper Michigan track.
One of the most exciting races of the day was the Pro-4 class. CJ Greaves had the early lead with the rest of field roaring right behind him. Just after the mandatory caution, Jimmy Henderson came off a jump close enough to cause CJ to swerve into a guardrail. Henderson moved into the lead. Unfortunately, Henderson was forced into the hot pits allowing Adrian Cenni to take command of the race. Cenni drove his Pro-4 to his first 2023 win in the Championship Off Road Racing Series.
The Pro-2 class also put on another exciting race for the fans with tight door to door action. Points leader, Cory Winner had the lead until Mickey Thomas found enough speed to claim the win. Joining Thomas on the podium was Winner and Kyle Kleiman who was on the track for first time this season.
In Pro-Lite, Saturday’s winner Brody Eggleston pulled off the track early with a damaged truck. Madix Bailey had the lead until Trey Gibbs took over. That was short lived as Gibbs hit a rut and rolled the truck. Both Bailey and Kyle Greaves took over the top positions. Greaves was much faster than Bailey, shooting to the lead and making a win stick. Greaves is also the current point leader going into Crandon.