46th World Championship Off-Road Races 2015

The summer’s first two major races are just a warm-up to the biggest off-road short-course race on earth, the annual Crandon World Championship Off-Road Race. Held every Labor Day weekend (September 4-6th in 2015), nearly 40,000 fans from all over the American Midwest will fill every corner of Crandon International’s 2,000 camping spots, with thousands more arriving each day. Many of the Crandon faithful have made this pilgrimage an annual family tradition, while concerts, fireworks and tons of bratwurst provide an unforgettable weekend better known as the “Crandon Experience.”

The Crandon Labor Day weekend will not only determine the 2015 TORC and Sportsman series champions, but will also crown individual Crandon “World Champions” in each category of racing. It all culminates when TORC’s PRO 2WD and PRO 4×4 classes let loose on the track at the same time after receiving staggered starts for the 6th Annual Amsoil Cup Challenge race. Last year, the winner took home a record $45,000 in cash plus additional prizes from MasterCraft Safety and Lincoln Welders.Last year’s Amsoil Cup “Top Gun” was Californian Kyle LeDuc, who took home a huge $45,000 pay check, prizes from Lincoln Electric and MasterCraft Safety, as well as Crandon’s newest tradition — a specially engraved Henry rifle.


2015 Crandon International Amsoil Challenge Cup Winner: CJ Greaves

2015 Official Crandon Off-Road World Champions® (Pro Categories):

TORC PRO 4×4: Kyle LeDuc
TORC PRO 2WD: Keegan Kincaid
PRO Light: Travis Dinsmore

2015 Official Crandon Off-Road World Champions® (Sportsman Categories):

Auto Gear Pizza 1600 Light Buggy: Greg Stingle
Brew Pub Short Course Karts: Easton Sleeper
Country Hearth Super Truck: Troy Retzlaff
Lincoln Electric 1600 Buggy: Bruce Fraley
Londerville Steel Stock Truck: Cory Marquardt
MasterCraft Safety Formula 4×4: Dave Miah
Miller Light Limited 4: Dan Baudoux
Modified Trophy Karts: Christopher Polvoorde
Mt. Dew Super Stock Truck: Mitch Dorr
Parsons Classix: Aaron Konitzer
Trigs Smoke House Super Buggy: Rodney Vaneperen