Two new venues highlight CORR EXXON Superflo Series' 5th anniversary season

Avon, Ind. (December 3, 2001) -- The schedule for the 2002 CORR EXXON Superflo Series was announced at the 2001 Champions Banquet on Saturday in Indianapolis.  Celebrating its fifth anniversary in 2002, two tracks will host Championship Off-Road Racing for the first time.

With the addition of two new events in 2002, along with a three-year television deal with the Speedvision Network, CORR's influence as the place to race off road continues to grow. 

The Unadilla Valley Sports Center, located in Edmeston, New York, and regarded as one of the elite Motocross Racing facilities in the nation will open the season for the Pro Series May 25-26.  The Milan Dragway in Milan, Michigan will bring the CORR EXXON Superflo Pro and Sportsman Series to central Michigan for the first time July 27-28.

Both venues contracted multi-year deals with Championship Off-Road Racing, joining three tracks that have been with CORR since the organization's first year in 1998.  The Sportsman Series will open their season June 8-9 in Antigo, Wisconsin, when they will join the Pro Series at the Langlade County Fairgrounds.   

The Crandon International Off-Road Raceway will once again host both the Forest County Potawatomi Brush Run (June 22-23) as well as the BorgWarner World Championships, which will conclude the 2002 CORR EXXON Superflo Series season August 31-September 1. 

In 2002, Speedvision will televise the Governor's Cup and the BorgWarner Challenge.  These two non-points races are the two times each year where the Pro-4, Pro-2 and Sportsman 2 drivers race at the same time at the Crandon International Off-Road Raceway. 

The Bark River Off-Road Raceway (Michigan) will also have two events during the season.  In 2001, the inaugural BOSS Snowplow Off-Road Challenge and the U.P. Off-Road 100 Dynomax Shootout brought a record crowd to the facility.  In 2002, the CORR EXXON Superflo Series will be at the Bark River Off-Road Raceway on July 13-14 and August 10-11.