Earning championships in their classes, Brock Heger and Corry Weller topped a list of Maxxis-sponsored drivers who turned in outstanding results as LOORRS’ season came to a close. Doug Mittag and Rodrigo Ampudia each finished in the top three of their classes, and numerous other drivers earned spots in the overall top ten.
A dozen Maxxis drivers from all over the US competed in Rounds 11 and 12, the last of the year. The races were held October 20-21 at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in Chandler, Arizona.
Heger, who also won the Production 1000 UTV title in 2017, clinched this year’s championship with third place in the final round. Jason Weller took fifth place for the year.
Corry Weller entered the last race with a 25-point overall lead, and sealed her Turbo Production UTV championship by taking the front spot early and never falling behind. Paul O’Brien took second place for the season.
Despite a difficult final round, Mittag took second place in Pro 4. His fellow Maxxis driver Adrian Cenni also did well, earning fourth place for the year. Bradley Morris took a spot in the year’s top ten as well, taking eighth place.
Rodrigo earned third place for the season in Pro 2, while Morris took third place in the final race and sixth place for the year. Legendary SX and MX rider Jeremy McGrath took sixth place overall in Pro 2.
Mickey Thomas took fourth place for the year in Pro Lite. Heger won the day’s Pro Lite race and took fifth place for the season.
Maxxis congratulates Corry Weller and Brock Heger on their championships. The company is proud to support all of these drivers and thanks them for their hard work, dedication, and a season of fine performances.
📷 Harlen Foley
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