Minneapolis, Minn. – May 28, 2020
officials from Championship Off-Road and Crandon International Raceway have made the difficult decision to postpone the opening round scheduled for June 20-21 due to ongoing health and safety concerns.
Concerns about safely bringing an extensive number of people, including racers, officials and fans to the area was a major obstacle to move forward with the event. After consultation with local community leaders and regional health officials, the track and series agreed to reschedule the Forest County Potawatomi Brush Run until September 25-27.
“For the past several months, we have been working towards a safe and entertaining opener of the new Championship Off-Road series right here in Crandon” said Crandon International Raceway President Cliff Flannery. “But after speaking with local and state leaders, health officials and the local residents, the Crandon Board of Directors felt it is in the best interest of everyone to postpone the event until later this year.”