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Las Vegas CORR Race Cancelled

Well Las Vegas CORR fans it saddens me to be the bearer of bad news, but the CORR race scheduled for the end of October has been cancelled.

Statement From Jim Baldwin

Championship Off Road Racing Cancels Primm, Nevada Race And Expands Series Finale At Chula Vista To Three Days

Championship Off Road Racing CEO Jim Baldwin made the following statement regarding the organization’s decision to cancel its Primm, Nevada race weekend (October 25, 26).

“Championship Off Road Racing has made the difficult decision to cancel the Primm, Nevada race on October 25th and 26th. The current credit crisis has made it very difficult to cover CORR’s costs.”

“CORR is focusing its resources on expanding the ‘Series Finale’ event in Chula Vista, California from two- to three-competition days. This decision enables CORR to maintain the onsite and broadcast production quality our fans expect including two live days of television coverage. It also allows us to protect the integrity of the chase for the Series point championships.”

“The 2008 CORR season has been one of the most exciting ever. The Series has enjoyed a 170 percent increase in track attendance over 2006 and triple digit growth in television ratings. While this decision was difficult given our momentum, it is one that is in the best interest of the sport. We are excited about expanding the Chula Vista event and releasing our 2009 Series schedule within the next two weeks.”

Championship Off Road Racing™ brings high-action, four-wheel motorsports, including two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive trucks to closed-course, off-road arenas. It traces its roots to the Short Course Off Road Drivers Association (SODA), which was born in the early 1970’s and featured races in the Midwest, primarily in Wisconsin and Michigan.


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