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Championship Off Road Racing Round 13 and 14 Class Pro Lite Desert Race Trucks

Posted in Features on October 17, 2006
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The Pro-Lite truck is a light-duty mini-truck built as a two wheel drive pickup truck. These trucks must be of a standard model that is available to the general public in the United States. In addition the trucks model must have a production of five-thousand and the trucks body, engine, and chassis must all be from the same manufacturer. Pro-Lite trucks are limited to a maximum of 300 horsepower. Front wheel travel is limited to 12inches with rear wheel travel limited to 14inches. The Pro-Lite chassis must be built to the CORR Standardized Pro-Lite Chassis Prints. Pro-Lite's have a maximum body width of 80inches and a minimum weight of 2,800 pounds with the driver at race end, with a minimum front axle weight ratio of 45% of the total weight of the truck.

In the Pro-Lite class Robert Naughton came in first place in Round 13 with Art Schmitt coming in second and Casie Currie placing third. Round 14 finished with Kyle Leduc in first place Art Schmitt in second and Chad Hord finishing third.

Be sure to check out Page 2 of photos from the Pro-Lite class!

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