Dirt Riot Heads to the Big House at Crandon International Raceway this Weekend

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Dirt Riot Endurance 4×4 Racing both Saturday and Sunday as part of Super Challenge Off-Road Race

crandon-the-big-house-934.jpg BLACKFOOT, ID JUNE 3, 2015: A $10,000 Pro Class purse guarantee and $5,000 UTV purse guarantee is waiting for this weekends Dirt Riot racers at the Crandon International Raceway as part of the 2015 Londerville Steel Super Challenge Off-Road Race. In the races second year, Branik Motorsports has sweetened the pot again by $5,000 and will have the rotating Branik Cup on display for the winner of the 4400 Pro 4×4 class to display for the year. Racing will be all day on Saturday and Sunday with Dirt Riot featured on the short course track each afternoon. Other classes of racers include Sportsman short course racing 1600 Light Buggy, Classix & Stock Truck, 1600 Buggy & Super Buggy, Short Course Karts, Limited 4 & Formula 4×4, Super Stock Truck and Super Truck. All the Dirt Riot classes will stand and then in the late afternoon the Mud Drags will kick off.


“It is great to be back at the Big House and have Branik Motorsports here presenting the 2nd Annual Branik Cup. It is going to be an awesome weekend of racing, the atmosphere here is already buzzing,” said Rich Klein, President and founder of W.E. Rock Events. “We will be doing a modified land rush start for all the classes this year. We are using the big short course track, a wooded section and the rocks for the buggy classes. The UTV’s will skip the rock section and use a different wooded section. There is a lot of money at stake, guaranteed the racing will be epic to the checkered flag.”


Pre-registered in the Pro 4400 4×4 Class includes Bad Advice Racing Matt Moore, Team Scrap’n Jason Shipman, and Rowdy Racing Rowdy Trubenbach among others not already pre-registered. Additional pre-registered Pro Drivers included in the 4500 Class is DEAK Racing Jesse Oliver and the 4600 Class Haulin Yash Tom Yash. Pre-registered in the Pro UTV Class is Brian Strane and in the SuperMod Trail Class is Maciosek Motorsports Lauren Maciosek. Racers can sign up and register on site during tech and registration Friday June 5th.

Two day admission is $25 for adults, children 12 and under free and seniors 75 and older free. One day admission is $15 for adults, children 12 and under free and seniors 75 and older free. Saturday night Geoff Landon band only admission is $10. Tickets are available at the gate. There are vendors, food and amenities on site. We encourage you to bring chairs and shade structures. There is camping available onsite. For additional details go to

After the event we will have the results, pictures and stories posted at .

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Event Sponsors: Maxxis Tires, Artec Industries, Trail Gear, Branik Motorsports, Crown Automotive, Superchips, Dirt Skins, Fox Racing Shox, MetalCloak, PSC Motorsports, Currie Enterprises, Tom Woods Custom Driveshafts, JM Rigging Supply, Axel Off Road Gear & Apparel, PCI Race Radios, Advance Adapters, Pac Racing Springs, Revolution Gear, Sparks Pro Racing, The, Race Team Store

About W.E.ROCK Events, LLC.

W.E.ROCK Events, LLC. A Placerville, CA based company, sanctions, promotes, and hosts specialty off road events, including the W.E.ROCK Rockcrawling US Pro-National series, Dirt Riot Endurance Racing Series and 13 international and sub-sanctions. Attracting thousands of spectators to each event, W.E.ROCK reaches a broad demographic of off-road enthusiasts and casual motorsports fans. The sport of rockcrawling has grown by giant leaps in the last decade and is now host to over 300 registered national-level competition teams. Major competition supporters and partners include Red Bull Energy Drink, Monster Energy, NOS Energy Drink, Home Depot, MAXXIS Tires, Cooper Tires, and Crown Royal. With the off road industry exceeding 4 billion in sales annually, the sport of rockcrawling leads the way in print media and advertising for the sport’s 12 major publications. For more information, visit

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