Corona, California (April 27, 2017) – The Fab School, a nationally-renowned automotive training school, has joined the elite group of Lucas Oil Products partners and taken a multi-level sponsorship interest in this year's Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series.
CORONA, California (April 23, 2017) - After a very exciting season opener here yesterday at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park, the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, presented by GEICO, returned to action for Round 2 of the 2017 championship out under the Arizona sun here this afternoon. It was again a warm one today, but the local Phoenix area fans got to see another great day of racing action, with plenty of exciting highlights to tell their friends and coworkers about tomorrow. In case you missed it, here are some highlights from the events of the day.
CORONA, California (April 22, 2017) - After an extended off season thanks to the cancellation of our first two rounds of racing at Lake Elsinore Motorsports Park, the drivers and crews of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, presented by GEICO, were chomping at the bit to get back to it as they made their way here to sunny Chandler, AZ and the Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park. It was a hot day here in the Arizona desert, but if anything, the action on-track was even hotter, as fans were treated to some spectacular action throughout the proceedings.
Corona, CA (April 19, 2017) - Like a leopard changing his spots, Carl Renezeder will charge into the battle for the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series Pro 4 class championship in different team livery in 2017. Gone is the gleaming white that fans have grown used to seeing on the team's Pro 4 truck. In its place is a sparkling 'gold' that is a fitting paint scheme for short-course off road racing's winningest driver as he tries to leave his opponents in the dust one final time.
Laguna Beach, California (April 17, 2017) - After a professional off-road racing career that has seen 121 wins, 9 short course championships, and 8 cup wins, Carl Renezeder recently announced his plans to retire at the end of the 2017 season. Renezeder's number of victories is truly remarkable, however, it is not just his trophies that make him such a celebrated athlete. Renezeder has set himself apart from the rest by challenging norms, pushing limits, and always prioritizing his team-oriented, professional nature. "As I look toward the future and my retirement from racing, I am overwhelmed by the great memories I have made with my family, my team, my sponsors, and all of my fans," announced Renezeder. "I would like to express my gratitude to Charlotte and Forrest Lucas, Dawn and Bob Patison, and Tom Fredrickson from Lucas Oil for standing behind me these past 19 years. Lucas Oil has been more than a sponsorship to me - I have gained lifelong friendships," said Renezeder.