World Cup Championships | Polaris Crandon 53rd Edition, the Best Value in American Motorsports?

53rd Polaris Crandon

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World Cup Championships, Crandon International Raceway has released the most action-packed schedule in the 53-year history of the Polaris Crandon World Cup Championship Off-Road Races, reflecting a highly collaborative effort by a diverse group of race series, corporate partners, and off-road competitors from America, Mexico, and Canada.

Featuring four days of racing, 400 race teams, and two nights of racing under the lights, fans can expect 71 total on-track appearances by AMSOIL Champ Off-Road, Ultra 4 Series, and Class 11 racers, including 27 rounds of practice and qualifying.

The record-breaking Polaris Crandon World Cup Championships calendar, set for September 1-4, has a wide range of trucks, open-wheel buggies, UTVs, and even standard Volkswagen cars racing in 44 events starting on Friday, September 2nd. Saturday, September 3rd, will be the biggest day of the weekend, with 20 events scheduled, including the Ultra4 Rage on the Rocks races staged under the lights that evening.

The amount of world-class competition, including unlimited machinery in the Pro category truck, buggy, and UTV classes, as well as free concerts and fireworks, adds up to the best value in American motorsports, with a Labor Day weekend World Championship wristband costing only $70.00, with single day admissions available for $40.00. Five nights of grass camping at Camp Crandon’s sold-out 2,100-sites start at at $125.00.

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The key to attracting a weekend audience of 65,000 is not just numbers, but also attracting the best talent the sport has to offer on World Cup Championships. Crandon is the world’s biggest, oldest, and most prestigious short-course off-road competition, attracting the top drivers from the Pro and Sportsman Champ Off-Road series, who compete for both season championships as well as the Crandon World Champion title and rings for all classes.

All rock racing classes made famous at the annual King of the Hammers event in California will compete for the Crandon Ultra4 World Cup Championships for the second time in Crandon history. Every Ultra4 category will compete twice during the three-day World Championship schedule, including the Saturday evening blockbuster known as Crandon’s ‘Rage on the Rocks.’ Fans will enjoy all of the festivities from a recently upgraded and expanded ‘Rigid Ridge,’ an expanded area featuring a bar, stage, live music, a big screen to watch Crandon’s professional livestream, and a post-race fireworks show.

A return of race-prepared vintage Volkswagen Beetles from the Continental Tire Crandon Class 11 World Championship presented by Gravel Kings will join the Champ Off-Road series. The popular sedans have been a mainstay of desert and Baja racing since the sport’s inception at the World Cup Championships. Nearly 20 Bugs are expected to travel from all across the United States and Mexico to engage in two rounds of competition on Friday night and Sunday.

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Finally, the 7th annual Red Bull Crandon World Cup Championships will feature the sport’s quickest vehicles and Pro category drivers in the ‘Super Bowl of Short-Course.’ The season will conclude with a day of non-points, big money races for coveted Crandon World Championship titles and the greatest reward of them – the annual Red Bull Cup finale for Pro 2 against Pro 4 participants.

The gates will open at 12:00 noon on Wednesday, September 1st for spectators and racers. Fans are allowed to attend all four days of on-track action, including the Pro and Sportsman practice and qualifying sessions on Thursday. A group of 100 UTVs will also participate in the Lucas Oil Legends Poker Run hosted by Polaris on Thursday to benefit the Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame (ORMHOF) and the Forest County ATV Association.

Aside from racing, spectators and drivers enjoy the annual Lucas Oil Labor Day Parade presented by Polaris in downtown Crandon on Friday mornings, as well as live music on Friday and Saturday nights in the newly renamed Crandon Clubhouse immediately after the completion of on-track activities.

“After more than 50 years, we are not only surviving as a racing site, but our events are prospering,” said Crandon president Cliff Flannery at the World Cup Championships. “Part of that accomplishment is bringing together the world’s greatest off-road racers and providing spectators with the opportunity to see the best of the best in one massive weekend.” There is a reason why drivers desire to travel to Crandon to win their Crandon World Champion rings. Where else in the nation can you witness so many Pro and Sportsman racers racing at the same time? ”

“Our objective is straightforward and consistent. Crandon Promoter Marty Fiolka stated, “We aim to establish the finest off-road event on the planet for our ardent fans, racing teams, and increasing list of corporate partners at the World Cup Championships.” “Only the entire collaboration of the AMSOIL Champ Off-Road series, the Ultra4 series, and a large number of Class 11 teams allows for 44 great races over three fun-filled days.” When you consider the tremendous collection of hardworking volunteers, it’s astonishing what can be done when everyone works together to develop a unique racing legacy like Crandon.”

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