Off road racing is more than a passion for Greg Foutz; it's a lifestyle. Born in Billings, Montana, Greg and his family relocated to Arizona, the Mecca for off road enthusiasts, when he was a teenager.
Originally from Waycross, Georgia, but currently residing in Fernandina Beach, Florida, Ritchie Lewis has been around motorsports since he started voluntarily hanging banners for Georgia's HAV-A-TAMPA Dirt Racing Series.
Hello once again to our LOORRS Teams, Staff, Sponsors and Fans. We hope this communication finds you safe and healthy.
As we continue to stay up to date on all federal and local news updates regarding COVID-19, we find ourselves in yet another tough spot, with yet another tough decision to make.
As drivers make the climb to reach the premier classes of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS), most will first make an effort in Pro Lite. This is the first step in gaining experience under a spec chassis, similar to the ones used in Pro 2. The four rookies will have a double-digit field to contend with, but all are seemingly up to the challenge.
The Pro 4 class of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) is not for the faint of heart. As the top of the top, drivers are not lining up to lose and it certainly makes for some incredible racing. One driver making his Pro 4 debut is previous Pro 2 Rookie-of-the-Year Kipp Mickels.
Opening Rounds Will Commence on June 5-6
When it comes to Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) drivers putting their skills to the test, nothing tests them quite like the Pro Buggy class. This open-wheel buggy asks a lot of its driver to go quickly around the course, but two drivers are ready to tackle Pro Buggy for the first time in 2020.
The competition for the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Modified Kart class runs deep with talent, and the 2020 season will be no different. With fifteen drivers currently ready to line up for the new season, four Mod Kart rookies are faced with a tough challenge to show what they can do amongst the highly contested class.
It might be the most junior class in all of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, but RZR 170 possesses some of the tightest and most competitive action in all of short course off road. This new division is where the future stars of the sport begin their journey to stardom, where equally prepared RZR 170 UTVs provide an even playing field for these aspiring young drivers to showcase their talents.
With the youthful nature of the JR2 Kart class, there will always be fresh faces ready to make a name for themselves on the national level that the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series offers. This season, there are five rookie hopefuls vying for the coveted Rookie-of-the-Year award and each driver feels up to the challenge of capturing it.
We hope this note finds you all healthy and safe. This COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly rocked our world. Through this trial we have all been connected in a way that none of us could have ever imagined. It is rare for something to occur that touches every single life on this planet in some way, shape or form. No one person is completely unaffected by this historic event.
Since its introduction in 2017, Production 1000 UTV has been developing drivers for the next level and encouraging close competition with its limited modification rules package. For many drivers eager to make the jump to the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, the Production 1000 UTV class is where they can find some of the best competition.