CORONA, Calif. (April 3, 2020) - While the current focus of all Americans is to stay healthy, many race fans and drivers are eager to interact and profess their love of racing. eSports, through a variety of races and broadcasts, has allowed that to happen during a time when this community needs it the most.
CORONA, Calif. (April 1, 2020) – With motorsports enthusiasts all revved up to get back to racing, Lucas Oil Products is giving race fans exactly what they want - racing!
CORONA, CA (March 31, 2020) - Lucas Oil Products, the American-based manufacturer and distributor of lubricants and additives, is pledging to donate 100,000 meals through the No Kid Hungry organization to help struggling families feed their children during the COVID-19 coronav
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When he made the move to the Pro 2 class for the 2019 season, Brandon Arthur brought a wealth of experience and success into the sport’s high profile division. Given his impressive résumé, Arthur anticipated having the opportunity to mix it up alongside the biggest names in the sport.
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Given everything he’s accomplished over the past handful of seasons, headlined by back-to-back Pro Lite titles in 2016 and 2017, and most recently the 2019 Pro 2 championship, it’s easy to forget that Jerett Brooks is only 22 years old.
The upper tier classes of the Lucas Oil Off Road Series provide arguably the most competitive landscape in all of short course off road. Both the Pro 4 and Pro 2 divisions are loaded with world class talent and some of the finest mechanical minds in the sport.
The Pro 4 division has been Kyle LeDuc’s playground since the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series held its inaugural season in 2009. Over that span, he’s captured an astounding six championships, with his most recent triumph coming this past season during another dominant campaign.