Brian Deegan finished first in the Pro 2 class during Saturday’s race. Darren Hardesty Jr. finished second in the Pro Buggy class on both Friday and Saturday, preserving his Pro Buggy class points lead heading in to the final three LOORRS rounds of the 2018 season. Additionally, Deegan had the fastest lap time Friday.
“It was great to see Brian on top of the LOORRS podium,” said Ken Warner, Vice President of Marketing for Mickey Thompson. “And after another impressive weekend for Darren, his place on top of the Pro Buggy points standing is well-deserved. Congratulations to Team M/T.”
Three rounds remain in the 2018 LOORRS season, with the next race weekend scheduled for Sept. 21-22 at Glen Helen Raceway. Originally slated to be the opening weekend of the 2018 season, the Rockstar Energy Golden State Off Road Nationals at Glen Helen was delayed due to heavy rain at the track in March.
Currently, Darren Hardesty, Jr. is in second place overall in the Pro Buggy class. For complete event coverage and more information about the series, visit LucasOilOffRoad.com.