• Posted on September 11, 2016
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Crandon Raceway Should Be On Your Bucket List

You hear it all the time from both newbies and veterans of people who go to Crandon Raceway on Labor Day weekend for the world championships. “You need to go to Crandon once in your life.” One thing is certain, that you never hear someone come back from Crandon and say they didn’t have a good time, the racing was just eh, and that cheese curds aren’t gods gift to the earth. Crandon is Crandon, and words aren’t enough to put the experience of Crandon into perspective. When you get to Crandon and walk into the raceway you feel a sense of history hovering over your shoulder and you know just how important the track is to our sport. Your first time there, or if you go back year after year, that feeling is always there.

  • Posted on August 02, 2013
glenhelen

LOORRS Breathes Fire Into Glen Helen

The Lucas Oil Offroad Racing Series (LOORRS) came back once again to Glen Helen for their annual night race. Glen Helen is always a fan favorite with full crowds and standing room only. The short tight track makes for some great battles where passing is hard to come by.

  • Posted on September 16, 2011
2011crandon

TORC In Crandon Gets Muddy

Nascar has Daytona, Formula 1 has Indy, and short course offroad racing has The Big House in Crandon. No other track has the rich history that Crandon does, and the amount of fans that show up haven’t been rivaled at any other track.

  • Posted on December 05, 2010
loorrsvegas

Lucas Meets Lucas

I love photography and I love offroad racing, and getting to put the two together always makes me smile. However what I love the most is my family, and this weekend marked the first time that the three of us where able to all go to a race together as a family. We headed up to Las Vegas, the most kid friendly town in the world so that I could shoot Rounds 13 and 14 of the Lucas Oil Offroad Racing Series.

  • Posted on September 22, 2010
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Crandon Raceway – Tradition Never Dies

Crandon is the biggest race of the year for short course, some would even say for all offroad. The track is rich with history and tradition. The course worker you see in turn one was also there 5 years ago, as is the person grading the track, and working the ticket booth. While some series have a hard time finding volunteers to help put on the race, the track and Crandon have to turn people away.

  • Posted on July 08, 2010
utahfeature

All Nascar Photographers are Spoiled

All Nascar photographers are spoiled. And any other photographers who get to shoot at facilities where there is a full dedicated media center are spoiled.

And now I am ruined for life.

I’m used to shooting in the desert where our media center is the car ride home after sitting in the desert for 10 hours. Covered in silt, sweat, rocks in our shoes, and a farmers tan only a mother could love.