Racing action heating up with the season as the CORR Lucas Oil Series heads to the Crandon International Off Road Raceway Indianapolis, Ind. (June 22, 2004)-Following a grueling three rounds of racing in Antigo, Wisconsin, the drivers in the...
Racing action heating up with the season as the CORR Lucas Oil Series heads to the Crandon International Off Road Raceway
Indianapolis, Ind. (June 22, 2004)-Following a grueling three rounds of racing in Antigo, Wisconsin, the drivers in the CORR Lucas Oil Series quickly turn their attention to the famed Crandon International Off Road Raceway.
The Crandon International Off Road Raceway will host Rounds 4 and 5 of the 2004 CORR Lucas Oil Series on June 26-27. From the Land Rush start to the high speed straight-aways and tight corners, the track at Crandon tests even the most experienced drivers.
After three rounds of 14 in the CORR Lucas Oil Pro Series, Scott Douglas (Pro-4), Scott Taylor (Pro-2) and Kyle LeDuc (Pro-Lite) will look to stay on top of the standings early in the season.
Ten points separate Douglas with Pro-4 competitor Curt LeDuc, who stands in 4th place. In Pro-2, Taylor has a 7-point edge over third place driver Carl Renezeder. (47 to 41). With a victory in Round 2 and a second-place finish in Round 1, Dan Vanden Heuvel has 41 points, six behind the 5-time defending Pro-2 champion. With three wins in three starts, Kyle LeDuc has a 60 to 42 lead over second place driver Art Schmitt.
In the Sportsman Series, defending Stock champion Mark Kleiman, Keith Steele and Rhonda Konitzer are tied in first place with 43 points. Defending champions Dan Baudoux (Sportsman 2) and Michael Seefeldt (Single Buggy) maintain leads in their respective divisions. In the Super Buggy division, Corry Heynen has an 11 point lead over Steve Krieman (46-35). In Light Buggy, Greg Stingle has a slight 3 point lead over Ben O'Connell (45- 42).
For more information on the 2004 Forest County Potawatomi Brush Run in Crandon, visit www.corracing.com or www.crandonoffroad.com.