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January 2009 Off-Road Race Results

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January 2009 Off-Road Race Results

August 23, 2008The Best in the Desert TSCO Vegas to Reno race is touted as being the longest off-road race in the United States. This year's V2R race started just outside of the small town of Beatty, Nevada, and ended near Reno, Nevada, covering approximately 450 miles. Rick Johnson took the overall win in his General Tires #71 Trick Truck with a time of 7 hours 41 minutes. Congrats Rick!

Trick Truck
1. #71 Rick Johnson
2. #97 B.J. Baldwin
3. #31 Andy McMillin

Class 1500
1. #1588 Gary Weyhrich
2. #1506 B.J. Richardson
3. #1546 Steve Raskett

Class 7200
1. #7220 Jonathan Swift
2. #7226 Alan Hogan
3. #7225 David Caspino

Class 7100
1. #7101 Aaron Dixon
2. #7102 Wayne Demonja
3. #7114 Heidi Steele

September 6, 2008
2008 marked the 13th running of the Terrible's Primm 300 in Primm, Nevada. This year's race traversed a 72-mile-long loop four times for a total of 288 grueling miles. There was a 30 percent attrition rate with only 86 of the 124 starters seeing the checkered flag.

Trophy Truck
1. Roger Norman / Larry Roeseler
2. Brian Colins / Chuck Hovey
3. Ron Whitton / Todd LeDuc

Class 1
1. Armin Schwarz
2. B.J. Richardson
3. Dale Lenk

Class 1-2/1600
1. Aaron Hawley
2. Steven Eugenio
3. Dave Caspino

Stock Full
1. Kent Kroeker
2. John Griffin
3. Chad Hall

September 13, 2008
The fifth race of the 2008 MORE racing series went down in the deserts of Lucerne Valley, California, and featured the annual "Chili Cook Off." While the Chili was hot Joe Willardsen was even hotter securing the overall victory by more than 10 minutes over the closest competitor!

Class 1 Buggy
1. #25 Joe Willardsen
2. #111 Terry Householder
3. #135 Mike Pacewiczh

Class 1400
1. #1407 Cody Bradbury
2. #1411 Kenny Walker
3. #1410 Ryan Abellana

Class 1700 "Jeep Speed"
1. #1714 Ray Griffith
2. #1702 Scott Hartman
3. #1788 Bryan Dodge

September 13-14, 2008
Championship Off Road Racing returned to The Quarry in Chula Vista, California, for rounds 11 and 12 of the 2008 CORR Series. This weekend was full of exciting racing action and even more unbelievable wrecks. We were reminded of the dangers of off-road racing when Pro-4 driver Scott Douglas was involved in a bad crash that resulted in a severely broken leg. We're glad to report that Douglas is doing well and should be back racing soon!

Round 11
Saturday, September 13, 2008


Pro-4
1. #99 Kyle LeDuc
2. #1 Carl Renezeder
3. #4 Johnny Greaves

Pro-2
1. #1 Jerry Whelchel
2. #17 Carl Renezeder
3. #4 Johnny Greaves

Pro-Lite
1. #4 Jeff Kinkaid
2. #15 Marty Hart
3. #9 Chad Hord

Pro-Buggy
1. #933 Greg George
2. #921 Rob MacCachren
3. #901 Larry Foddrill

Round 12
Sunday, September 14, 2008


Pro-4
1. #99 Kyle LeDuc
2. #4 Johnny Greaves
3. #1 Carl Renezeder

Pro-2
1. #21 Rob MacCachren
2. #17 Carl Renezeder
3. #9 Rickey Johnson

Pro-Lite
1. #15 Marty Hart
2. #2 Casey Currie
3. #36 Rodrigo Ampudia

Pro-Buggy
1. #933 Greg George
2. #921 Rob MacCachren
3. #901 Larry Foddrill

To see more complete race results, exclusive photos, videos, and schedules from all the big sanctioning bodies in off-road racing, click on over to www.off-roadweb.com!

Help keep our deserts open for all of us to enjoy! Clean-Dezert will be holding Mini-Cleanups after select desert races this season. Please help us in lending a hand in keeping the desert we love clean!

For more information and clean up dates please visit www.clean-dezert.org

For more information, visit...
www.corracing.com
www.mdrracing.com
www.snoreracing.net

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