Three More Added to Crandon Record Book CRANDON, Wisc. -- Crandon International Off-Road Raceway announced that three off-road racers have been added to its record book after sterling performances at the 2007 Forest...
Three More Added to Crandon Record Book
CRANDON, Wisc. -- Crandon International Off-Road Raceway announced that three off-road racers have been added to its record book after sterling performances at the 2007 Forest County Potawatomi Brush Run Races this past June 23-24. hSee attachment.).
Headlining the list is "Crandon Carl" Renezeder who achieved his second Potawatomi Chairman's Cup win in his Lucas Oil BF Goodrich SoBe Nissan Titan 4x4. Renezeder, (Newport Beach, Calif.), previously won the Cup in 2004.
Renezeder is all over the Crandon record books as he also holds the overall fastest lap time ever completed at the famous off-road track, the record for the fastest lap by a PRO 2WD race truck, and he is also a winner of the 2003 BorgWarner Shootout. He was pole winner for BorgWarner Shootout's in 2001 and 2003.
Two well-known PRO Light Pickup racers broke records over the race weekend for fastest lap and also fastest race of all-time in the class. Chad Hord (Felch, Mich.) broke the fastest lap record set last year by Robert Naughton (1:33.555) by spinning a quick time of 1.32.927 over Crandon's wide open throttle 1.5 mile circuit in his Boss Plows Kumho Lucas Oil Nissan Frontier.
Not to be outdone, fellow PRO Light Pickup competitor Jeff Kincaid set the record for the fastest PRO Light Pickup race of all-time at the track posting a time of 14:10.38 in his Forest County Potawatomi BF Goodrich Fox Toyota Tacoma. Kincaid (Argonne, Wisc.) broke the class record set by Rodrigo Ampudia at last year's BorgWarner World Championship Off-Road Races.
Crandon hosts the 2007 edition of the BorgWarner Off-Road World Championships this coming Labor Day weekend August 31-September 2. Off-road racing's biggest event of the year, the World Championships feature the 13th annual battle for the BorgWarner Shootout and $125,000 BorgWarner Cup on Sunday, September 2. More information is available on the internet at crandonoffroad.com or WSORR.com.
Racers battle for World Championship titles during Lucas Oil World Series of Off-Road Racing (WSORR) action Saturday, September 1.
On Friday, August 31, at 6 p.m., the track makes more off-road history conducting the first ever "Decision at Sundown" -- the Potawatomi PRO Light Pickup Cup Challenge. The track again features a special Potawatomi Northern Lights Casino matchplay promotion on all its event wristbands. All paid admissions are entitled to a free $5 matchplay Saturday and Sunday of event weekends. Spectators need only show their wristband at the Casino Player's Club.
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