Greetings LOORRS Teams, Staff, Sponsors and Fans. Well here we are, once again in these trying times, faced with yet another obstacle that is beyond our control. Due to the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases throughout the country, our plans for the event in Reno has changed.
Safety Director Rich Unferdorfer is a hardworking and dedicated member of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) team. He is both family oriented and service oriented, which lends to his attention to detail and quickness to action. Rich prides himself on never handling a request with a direct “no.” Not before he first explores every possible option.
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A native of Southern California, Brian has been heavily involved in the motorsports industry since the 90’s when he began working as an engine builder for Esslinger Engineering. It was here where Brian’s love for automotive racing was born.
Bill Savage is an innovator in the off road community. He's built race winning pro trucks, manufactured some the most reliable trophy trucks, and also assembled and designed the world's fastest snowmobile - completely taking the industry by surprise. But before he was ever interested in off road racing, Savage was a young college student with his own welding/metal fabrication shop called TMAG Welding.
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.
The already-stacked Pro 2 class will see three new drivers on track in 2020 vying for the coveted Rookie-of-the-Year title. The Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) Pro 2 rookies have lofty goals for the new season, making them perfect additions to mix it up with the veterans of the class.
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