The third and fourth rounds of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) belonged to Maxxis, as the company’s drivers took the top two spots in the Pro Light and Pro Buggy classes and won both UTV categories. Rounds 3 and 4 were held April 17-18 in Surprise, Arizona.
Brian Deegan continued his successful transition from two to four wheels with a Pro Light win, with off-road veteran Marty Hart in second place. Both drivers trusted Bighorns to take them to the podium. “They were good; they always are,” said Hart. “There’s many different surfaces that you have to race on, so when you get a tire that works on an all-around surface, that’s what makes it easier to win.”
Maxxis’ MA-T1s and MA-S1s powered Stronghold’s Chuck Cheek to the Pro Buggy winner’s circle, while Bobby Pecoy grabbed second place. Chad George claimed the top spot in Unlimited UTV. In addition to posting the fastest lap times and fastest speeds for her class in both rounds, an elated Corry Weller brought home the overall victory in SR1 UTV. “I can’t even explain how good this win feels,” said Weller. “I loved my new Maxxis Ceros tires.”
Maxxis congratulates Brian Deegan, Chuck Cheek, Chad George and Corry Weller on their victories and thanks all of its drivers for their fine performances. www.maxxis.com