LOORRS under the lights in Reno

Weather has been an issue with the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series LOORRS this year. When the series was to race with Midwest showdown back in Wheatland , MO a tornado came through and the damage was sever enough the event had to be canceled. To make up the event two nights of racing were held at The Optima Batteries Silver State Showdown presented by GEICO at Wild West Morotsports Park and again at the next round set for The Rockstar Energy Golden State Off Road Nationals presented by General Tire at Glen Helen Raceway. Once again rain made its way into the Reno area causing delays on Friday but the LOORRS officials made some adjustments and the race went on without a hitch. Saturday things dried out and fans were treated to some fast racing action.

Kyle LeDuc took both Pro 4 wins in Reno

Kyle LeDuc was a repeat winner taking both nights of the Pro 4 races. The five truck field saw Adrain Cenni take second and Gregory Adler was third on Friday. With LeDuc taking the win Saturday RJ Anderson was second and Adrian Cenni finsished third.





Rodrigo Ampudia took the first Pro 2 win with a 410 truck




Rodrigo Ampudia took a Pro 2 win on Friday night taking the first class win for a 410 powered truck. Rob MacCachren crossed over second and Bradley Morris was third. Saturday night winner was Jerett Brooks. Bradley Morris was second and Rodrigo Ampudia crossed over third.



Friday night Pro Lite winner Mickey Thomas


Pro Lite winner Friday night was Mickey Thomas. Brock Heger drove under the checkers for second and defending champion Ryan Beat crossed over third. Ryan Beat would come back on Saturday to take the class win. Brock Heger took the second spot and Mickey Thomas was third.




Eliot Watson won Friday but had troubles on Saturday

Eliot Watson captured the Friday night Pro Buggy win. Trevor Briska was second and Matthew Brister finished third. Trevor Briska turned things around on Saturday to take the win. Chris Nunes finished second and Trey D Gibbs third.






Setting in for Robert Stout, Mickey Thomas won the Production 1000 event Friday night.

The Production 1000 winner was Mickey Thomas driving for Robert Stout who had previous obligations. Cole Keatts was second and Myles Cheek was third. Robby Homsby saw the checkers first on Saturday night. Ryan Lindsay crossed over second with Cole Keatts third.






Corry Weller continues her winning ways at Reno

Friday night’s Turbo UTV winner was Corry Weller with Keith Brooks second and Beau Judge taking a podium spot in his first LOORRS attempt. On Saturday night Trevor Leighton took home the top spot with Keith Brooks taking second over Ronnie Anderson.




Mason Prater won the Friday night Mod Kart event with John Holtger second and Ethan Ebert third. Brody Eggleston captured the win Saturday night. Mason Prater took home second and Braden Chiaramonte third.

JR Kart 2 pilot Braydon Beatty won on Friday night with Jessie Owens second and Talan Martin third. Jessie Owens would come back to win on Saturday night. Tyli Olsen took second and Karaston Hernandez third.

George Llamosas took home a pair of RZR 170 wins. Travis Sallee was second on Friday with Carson Greco third. The following night Sallee would again take second with TJ Siewers third.



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