Team LeDuc started the weekend at historic Glen Helen Raceway by tipping off their Facebook followers to the available discount tickets for the weekend’s short course racing. This resulted in grandstands packed with LeDuc Racing fans for Rounds 9 & 10 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS). Read More→
When the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) brought world-class short course racing to Utah last season, Team LeDuc Racing earned three podium finishes for ROCKSTAR Energy Drink / Matika Tools. Coming back to Miller Motorsports Park for 2011, the LeDucs would settle for nothing less than a win at the all new one-mile track. The mammoth table top jump and long straight aways at Miller Motorsports Park are perfectly suited for the natural talent of Kyle, Todd, and Curt LeDuc. To illustrate the point, on Friday Kyle qualified first in Pro Lite Unlimited and he qualified second in Pro4 Unlimited, while he father Curt qualified 5th and his brother Todd qualified 6th for Saturday’s racing. Read More→
MasterCraft Racing wasn’t necessarily stunned however they were disappointed by the recent announcement that Rob MacCachren’s second place finish at the 2011 SCORE Baja 500 was stripped by SCORE International over a week after the race was completed. The No. 20 ROCKSTAR Energy Drink / MasterCraft Safety Trophy Truck is accused of stopping along Highway 3 just west of the Villa Del Sol graded road to change a flat tire, however the circumstances are unfortunately not as black and white as the rulebook. SCORE contends that the tire change is in violation of their rules, which states “Pitting is NOT permitted on any portion of the paved highway surface. The paved highways are considered a restricted area because use of the highways is subject to permission by the Mexican Federal Highway Police.” SCORE International is required to strictly enforce the above rule in order to stay in compliance with their permits and race licenses from the government of Baja California.