As a second generation racer, Eliott Watson has spent his life immersed in the world of off road racing. Given that his father was a multi-time champion in desert racing, Eliott appeared destined for success when he started his own career in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series about a decade ago.
As the popularity of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series continues to grow, the diverse skill set of the drivers joining one of the championship’s nine classes continues to expand. Much like newly crowned Production 1000 UTV Champion Robert Stout, the class’ newest Rookie of the Year also honed his talents on asphalt.
Robert Stout is no stranger to the world of off road, and in particular the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series. The son of legendary broadcast racing reporter and host, Ken Stout. This Brownsburg, Indiana, native has dedicated his career to motorsports, racing across an array of disciplines, from sprint cars to sports cars, and now off road vehicles.
Team: Tyler Pfeifer Racing
When it comes to UTVs in the world of short course off road, it’s easy to shine the spotlight on Corry Weller and all that she’s done for the fastest growing divisions in the sport. The Chandler, Arizona, native has been a part of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series since its inception.
Prior to the 2019 racing season, Tucson, Arizona’s Ethan Ebert learned the ropes of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series by being one of the top racers in JR 2 Kart. On the heels of a runner-up finish in that class in 2018, Ebert made the move up into the increasingly competitive Mod Kart class for 2019, where he was one of several rookies looking to make an impact.
Mod Kart has emerged as the proving ground for future stars of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series. With the high performance capabilities of these small, nimble, and surprisingly powerful cars, the competition on the track is often exceptional.
When he started his 2019 racing season, Villa Park, California racer Cade Martin had initially planned to compete in the Southern California section of the Lucas Oil Regional Off Road Series.
JR 2 Kart has been home to what has been arguably the most unpredictable racing in all of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series. Just this past season alone, six different drivers were able to emerge with a victory over the course of seven rounds in the division.
The RZR 170 class was the newest addition to the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series in 2019, featuring arguably the most evenly matched vehicles in the championship.
Six First-Time Titleholders Crowned at Wild Horse Pass
CORONA, Calif. (October 18, 2019) – After eight rounds of thrilling, door banging competition the time has come for champions to be crowned in the 2019 Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Presented by GEICO .