VIP kids, Carson Hancock and Max Howells, had an exciting weekend at the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series in Tooele, Utah. The Series had invaded the Utah Motorsports Campus on May 21st and 22nd for non-stop action, and the boys and their families were treated to an up-close and personal look at the race, the racers and all the behind-the-scenes secrets.
Tooele, Utah (May 22, 2016) - With an ominous forecast for the day here in Tooele, UT, things were looking questionable as the drivers and crews awoke this morning to tackle Round 6 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, presented by GEICO. Rain was forecast for a big chunk of the middle of the day, including the time scheduled for Modified Kart and the early Pro class races. However, only a brief spat of rain hit around noon, with the weather holding and even turning sunny at some points, which allowed racing to continue as planned, with the track even turning noticeably dusty during some of the races. The drivers made the most of their opportunity, putting on some terrific racing for the highly enthusiastic local fans here at the Utah Motorsports Campus, and as the wind calmed and the sun came out during the final race of the day, it was a great cap to a fine day of racing.
Tooele, Utah (May 21, 2016) - With two race weekends already in the books for this 2016 season, the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, presented by GEICO, has now found its way north, and moved into the beautiful confines of the Utah Motorsports Campus here in Tooele, UT, just outside Salt Lake City. This weekend will see the drivers and crews tackle Rounds 5 and 6 of the 2016 championship, but with inclement weather overnight forcing cancellation of this morning’s qualifying sessions, the drivers were left wondering whether the day’s races would suffer the same fate. Fortunately, the weather held, and while the conditions were still challenging, the drivers took to the track and produced some great action. The fans may have been dealing with a cool, blustery afternoon, but the hearty locals stayed thick in the stands to see every race of the day, and were rewarded with some terrific racing all afternoon.
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Broc Dickerson's goals for this year's Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series are to stand on the winner's circle podium as often as possible and claim Rookie of the Year honors in the Pro Lite class.Read more ...
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