Maxxis Wins Big at the Big House
With Championship Off-Road Titles for Heger and CJ Greaves Plus Multiple Maxxis Wins and Podiums at Crandon
Maxxis ruled at Crandon as CJ Greaves and Brock Heger clinched titles in AMSOIL Championship Off-Road. Heger took his second Pro Lite championship, and CJ took the Pro 4 title for the year. Heger also won the Pro Stock SxS championship and, together with CJ, won every race of the year in the class. The AMSOIL Championship Off-Road season finale was held September 3-4 at Crandon International Raceway.
Maxxis race wins accounted for 26 of the 55 possible among the 5 Pro classes in 2021.
Heger sealed his Pro Lite championship with second place at Round 11, and pushed himself and his battered truck to second place again the following day. Dillon Pointon took his fourth straight trip to the podium with a third place in Saturday’s Pro Lite race. Pointon was third for the year overall.
Sunday’s Pro Stock SxS race saw a Maxxis podium sweep by Heger, CJ, and Dallas Nord, who took third place.
“G’Pa” Johnny Greaves took his 124th and 125th career wins since 1998, with Pro 4 victories both Saturday and Sunday. Adrian Cenni made the podium in third place on Sunday. In Saturday’s Pro 4 race, Adrian Cenni took fourth place and CJ earned sixth. Johnny was fourth for the year in the class, with Doug Mittag, Adrian Cenni, and Kyle Chaney in sixth, seventh, and eighth places. Mickey Thomas won Sunday’s Pro 2 race after taking second place Saturday. Thomas was fifth in Pro 2 for the year. Kyle Chaney was fourth in in Pro Mod SxS Saturday.
Johnny Greaves rounded out an awesome weekend of racing for Maxxis by taking second place in the Crandon World Cup.