Team Toyo Drivers Score Two Firsts, a Second and Third in the Pro Truck Classes during CORR Lucas Oil Racing Series Sunday Final CHULA VISTA, CALIFORNIA -- Brothers Todd and Kyle LeDuc scored victories in their respective Pro Truck classes...
Team Toyo Drivers Score Two Firsts, a Second and Third in the Pro Truck Classes during CORR Lucas Oil Racing Series Sunday Final
CHULA VISTA, CALIFORNIA -- Brothers Todd and Kyle LeDuc scored victories in their respective Pro Truck classes during Sunday's competition at the CORR Lucas Oil Racing Series in Chula Vista, California. Driving on Open Country M/T™ tires from Toyo Tires® the young brothers provided an exciting finish for the large crowd of local fans at the season finale which was packed with race trucks from around the country.
Todd LeDuc powered his Pro 2 class, Suspensions Unlimited / Toyo Tires® / Skyjacker Ford F-150 to the front of an 18-truck field to stand on top of the podium in First Place. His outstanding finish secured Third Place in the 2006 Pro 2 Championship. Not to be outdone by his older brother Todd, Kyle LeDuc powered his Pro-Lite Skyjacker / Toyo Tires® Ford Ranger to an exciting First Place over a field of 19-trucks. Capping a hard-fought weekend where Kyle LeDuc finished Fourth on Saturday, LeDuc's finish locked down Third Place in the 2006 Pro-Lite Championship, only two points behind second place finisher, Jeff Kincaid.
Also running on Toyo Open Country M/T tires, Rick Huseman drove his Pro 4 class Fabtech / Toyo Tires® 4WD Toyota Tundra truck to a Second Place finish in Sunday's race. Huseman also competed in the Jason Baldwin Memorial Race on Sunday, a special race which combined both Pro 2 and Pro 4 trucks. Huseman finished Third in the Pro 4 class and Fourth Overall during that race.
According to Steve Hutchinson, Senior Director of Marketing, Toyo Tire (U.S.A.) Corporation, "Our Team Toyo drivers provided an exciting end to the 2006 CORR Lucas Oil Racing Series for Toyo Tires. We congratulate all of our drivers for a remarkable year and their winning effort."