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2017 TORC Series
Round #6
Big House Brawl
Crandon, Wisconsin
June 25, 2017

TORC Series

Kyle Chaney Leads TORC Pro Mod UTV Points

Chaney held onto the points lead with his fifth consecutive second-place finish. VanEperen is second in the title chase, 14 points back. Chaney’s consistency is unmatched this season, as is his professionalism. Despite several opportunities to take out VanEperen for the victory, he drove a perfectly clean race.

Kyle Chaney TORC Pro UTV Racing

Can-Am's Kyle Chaney has been the most consistent racer in the Pro Mod UTV class by securing his fifth straight 2nd place, which has kept him in the points lead

“Tim definitely could have punted me a few times and I could have punted VanEperen,” said Chaney. “That’s what’s good about the Pros here. I’m still happy with second and I still have the points lead. I changed my setup a little bit today and my car worked well. I knew I had a chance, but that guy knows these tracks. We’re working on some stuff and we’ll get him before the end of the year.”

Farr gave everything he had to try to pass Chaney. With Luburgh in his rearview mirror in the final few laps, he chose the wise strategy to run for third and he ended up with his fourth podium of the season.

Tim Farr TORC Pro UTV Racing

JB Racing's Tim Farr was able to hold off Treavis Poynter to secure the final spot on the podium

“If either Kyle or VanEperen had made a mistake I was right there,” said Farr. “Toward the end, Luburgh challenged me. I took a wide line to get by Kyle and he clobbered me pretty good. So I had to tighten it up from there. I just wanted to make sure we got on the podium today.”

Schultz’s Bikeman Polaris was again in contention. After the mid-race caution Shultz was running in his teammate Luburgh’s roost. When Luburgh tipped over, he took fourth.

Jason Luburugh TORC Pro UTV Racing

Bikeman Performance's Jason Luburgh went for the podium on the final lap, which caused him to tip over, which dropped him back to 6th place

“Going into the competition caution, Luburgh came around me and the track started to break apart,” said Schultz. “Fortunately for me, he tipped over and I was able to get around him. I absolutely love Crandon. I raced here last year and that’s why I joined the TORC Series this year full time.”

Drew Schultz TORC Pro UTV Racing

Crash Addict's Drew Schultz secured the fourth spot & he is currently top five in points

Zakowski continues to show consistency in his Yamaha. He came into the event with a bent frame on his ride and despite handling issues, he scored his second consecutive top five.

Zac Zakowski TORC Pro UTV Racing

Kenda's Zac Zakowski is currently 4th place in points, just one point behind Tim Farr

“Two fives and it was a good weekend,” said Zakowski. “We’re getting good points and we’re staying consistent. The track was slick again today. It turned into blue groove and got to be one line, but it was good. We came down to the final turn and Luburgh had a little lead on me. Then I saw that yellow cage tumbling in the corner. My spotter told me to stay inside, so I tucked under him and picked up a position.”

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