Corona, California (January 3, 2017) – Hailie Deegan enjoys being the first to reach a milestone.
The 16-year-old has done it twice in her young racing career, in 2013 as the first girl to win a championship (Jr 2 Karts) in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series presented by GEICO and again this year as the first female to win a Modified Kart title.
To: All tire manufacturers, currently competing in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Pro 2 and Pro 4 classes
From: Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Management
We would like to invite each of you and ask for your full participation and assistance, as we conduct a tire test, using only DOT tires for Pro 2 and Pro 4 tire manufacturers. We are asking you to join us by using the same tire size parameters as currently stated in the LOORRS rulebook. This test is a direct attempt to validate the ideas that were brought up by some of our teams (within our last series survey) as a cost saving measure for all teams and tire vendors alike. Please note the 2017 Pro 2 and Pro 4 tire rule will not be changed to a DOT tire.
CORONA, California (November 24, 2016) – The request have been heard and in 2017 the UTV’s will be coming back to the largest short course off road series on the planet! the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series presented by GEICO.
Production 1000 UTVs, the fastest-growing class at the Lucas Oil Regional level and a hit with fans during the national series final weekend of the 2016 season in Chandler, Arizona has been added to the LOORRS national event schedule for 2017.
Chandler, Arizona (October 23, 2016) - With all of the class championships decided for the 2016 season in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, presented by GEICO, it was now time for the final race day of the year: the Lucas Oil Challenge Cup. In these special, one-off races, the drivers would not be fighting it out for points, but rather, for big money, bragging rights, and momentum going into the off season. Unlike years past, when the starting grids would be based on the year end points positions of each driver, there would now be traditional qualifying for these races, and with the shortened track length this weekend here at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park, an additional two laps were added to each class’ race distance here this afternoon. The weather was again hot here in Chandler, AZ, and once again, the racing action was even hotter, with tensions running high and drivers laying it all on the line all day long. The fans were again treated to some outstanding racing action, including the addition of a special race for the Production 1000 UTV class, and after today, both fans and drivers alike will have much to talk about during the long off season.