CRANDON, Wisconsin (May 22, 2019) — For 26 years, the woods surrounding the humble town of Crandon, Wisconsin have erupted with the screaming rumble of powerful engines and springtime motorsports. This June will be no exception, as the world’s largest purpose-built off-road facility erupts with the annual Crandon Forest County Potawatomi Brush Run off-road races.
The 26th Crandon Forest County Potawatomi Community Brush Run is comprised of a full-slate of Lucas Oil series PRO and MORR Sportsman races, with more than 200 teams expected to kick-off their racing season in traditional Midwest style. For 2019, the Brush Run represents the first of a five-race series in the Lucas Oil Midwest Short Course League, a summer-long schedule of events that will conclude over Labor Day weekend at Crandon’s historic 50th anniversary World Championship/World Cup races.
The Brush Run’s unique name is derived from the earliest races at Crandon, which were held over a 25-mile loop in the forests and brush around this tiny town.Read The Full Article