Championship Off-Road Racing (CORR) Series Resumes at Chula Vista International Raceway

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Chula Vista International Raceway is hosting the halfway point in the Championship Off-Road Racing (CORR) series near San Diego in California.

Rockstar Makita Team LeDuc
Rockstar Makita Team LeDuc

Rockstar Makita Team LeDuc gets Ford ready for CORR series race near San Diego, California
Rockstar Makita Team LeDuc gets Ford ready for CORR series race near San Diego, California
All four Rockstar Makita Team LeDuc drivers will compete in rounds seven and eight of the highly-competitive closed course racing series. “I think we’re in good shape, said Curt LeDuc. “All four of our drivers are in the top 10 in point standings.”
CORR Championship Off-Road Truck Racing resumes at Chula Vista Raceway
CORR Championship Off-Road Truck Racing resumes at Chula Vista Raceway

CORR Series racers from Team LeDuc use K&N Engineering products on the track
CORR Series racers from Team LeDuc use K&N Engineering products on the track

Pro 2 class star Todd LeDuc won both main events in Pomona, California and is third in the overall standings. His younger brother Kyle LeDuc is fifth in overall points in the Pro 4 class. Team leader Curt LeDuc has a trio of top 10s and is sixth overall in Pro 4. Freestyle motocross legend Brian Deegan, a novice at racing on four wheels, has three top 10s and is tenth overall in the Pro Lite Class.

“I’m happy that we’re close in points,” said Kyle LeDuc. “We’ve made a statement so far this year with my Rockstar Makita Ford. We’ve qualified on the pole and we’ve run up front, but my goal is to win.”

Both brothers have won in Chula Vista previously and enjoy racing at the facility. Kyle LeDuc has taken the checkered flag there four times in the Pro Lite Class and Todd LeDuc has three wins in Pro 2, including last year’s season finale.

“The track is huge and it’s exciting,” said Kyle LeDuc. “It’s more of a race track than Pomona, with ups and downs and lefts and rights. It’s an awesome track.”

LeDuc’s two new Ford trucks are equipped with K&N Engineering products. “We’ve had a lot of changes but one thing that has remained is our relationship with K&N Engineering,” said LeDuc. “K&N products are reliable and work for us on the track. Team LeDuc Rockstar Makita uses K&N oil filters HP-5001 and HP-4004, K&N air filter E-3760, K&N XStream air flow top filter 66-3070 and K&N crankcase vent filters 62-1512 and 62-1514.

The races will be televised live on SPEED-TV Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m. PST and NBC will carry Sunday’s races from noon to 1:30 p.m. PST.

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