After a delayed season start due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series finally started. Dave Mason Jr. and his Mason Off Road team had been waiting for months to debut the #65 eBay Motors Prolite.
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CORONA, Calif. (July 22, 2020)– The time has finally come.
When he joined the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series broadcast team for the first time last season, Jack Korpela made his presence felt almost immediately. As a lifelong racer with years of experience both in front of and behind the camera, Korpela fit in seamlessly as the series pit reporter.
When it comes to broadcasting and the compelling competition that makes short course off road so unique, one would be hard pressed to find someone with more intuitive knowledge and experience than Brent Smith. A native of Bark River, Michigan, home to one of the most legendary venues in the sport, Smith has literally spent his entire life around short course racing.
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Although he may be a new face to the world of short course off road, veteran trackside reporter Derek Pernesiglio brings a wealth of experience and talent to the Lucas Oil Off Road Series.
Since the inception of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series all the way back in 2009, Rob Klepper has been a constant presence in front of the camera. For 12 seasons, Klepper has lent his talents to the world’s premier short course off road championship, first serving as pit reporter before transitioning into his current role as network analyst for the broadcasts on CBS, CBS Sports Network, and MAVTV.
When it comes to the combination of television and the sport of off road racing, you’d be hard pressed to find a voice more recognizable than Ken Stout. In fact, Stout has amassed one of the most impressive résumés in all of motorsports broadcasting, with experience across an impressive range of disciplines over the course of a career that now spans 22 years.
Greetings LOORRS Teams, Staff, Sponsors and Fans. Well here we are, once again in these trying times, faced with yet another obstacle that is beyond our control. Due to the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases throughout the country, our plans for the event in Reno has changed.
Safety Director Rich Unferdorfer is a hardworking and dedicated member of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) team. He is both family oriented and service oriented, which lends to his attention to detail and quickness to action. Rich prides himself on never handling a request with a direct “no.” Not before he first explores every possible option.
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