What started out as a storm-filled weekend at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri last weekend, turned into a great day of racing on Sunday for Carl Renezeder. Saturday was a complete washout for the Pro classes in the first round of the Lucas Oil World Series of Off Road Racing, so the classes had to double up on Sunday to get all the racing in. For the first time in his career, Renezeder swept all four rounds of racing in his Lucas Oil Skyjacker Pro2WD and Pro4x4.
"I had a lot of fun racing today," commented Renezeder at the end of the day. "Not only did we have great battles on track, but we were able to find and fix a problem that's been nagging us for the past few races in the four-wheel-drive truck. And, I still can't believe the amazing job the track crew was able to do to make the track so racy after all the rain we had. It's a testament to their expertise and the commitment they have to putting on a first class show."
The team pulled out of the track Sunday night and headed straight for the West coast, driving through the night to get back in time to prep the trucks for rounds five and six of the CORR series at the LA Fairplex in Pomona, California this weekend.
"We raced here in April and finished on the podium all four races," explained Renezeder. "Between the good luck we had here to start the season and the great luck we had last weekend, we're hoping to parlay that into two more successful rounds of racing this weekend."