Crandon, WI – Racers and fans have yet another event to look forward to at the “FCP Ultimate ATV Experience” at the Crandon International Raceway. We are about to find out who really is the best all-around ATV racer in the Midwest thanks to the “Janssen Motorsports Quad Run 101 Triple Crown” title that will be awarded to talented racers in each of 22 classes at the “FCP Ultimate ATV Experience.”
The top three performing racers whom compete in all three disciplines for the weekend; motocross, TT and Dirt Drags, in each of 19 classes will be awarded monster trophies as well as contingency packages of assorted products from series sponsors. This won’t be an “easy” win for the motocross specialists.
The overall title for each class is truly any man’s/woman’s to win as each discipline requires a different mindset and skill set to win, and all three event finishes count towards the title. There will be no question at the end of the weekend who the BEST really is. Top performing racers in the Production A and Pro-AM Open classes will also be competing for $1500.00 added purse money for the “Quad Run 101 Triple Crown.” This is added purse money above and beyond what each event will pay separately.
Dirt drags are new to the Triple Crown for 2008 as event organizers chose to replace the cross-country event in order to free up the trail system for the recreational riders in attendance. The dirt drags will be a true test of reaction time and precision shifting. Horsepower is only 1/3 of what it takes to win a drag race! The Ultimate Quad MX Championships (UQMX) classes will make up the first drag races of the weekend beginning Saturday morning, July 19th for the first leg of the “Triple Crown.” The Ultimate Dirt Drag Championships (UDDC) classes will start competing in the afternoon on Saturday for a share the $10,000 UDDC purse. UQMX racers are welcome to join the UDDC classes and vise versa for some extra track time or an extra shot at some cold hard cash. Both the UDDC and the UQMX have specific class structures, which allow racers of all skill levels and machine sizes/modifications to compete against similar equipment. Most ATV’s will fit into classes for both series. Motocrossers would be crazy not to enter some of the UDDC classes for some bonus money for the weekend as the largest part of the weekend purse, nearly $20,000 total, is allocated to the UDDC dirt drags ($10,000).
TT racing is a relatively flat course with both right and left hand corners and several mild jumps. Expect to see some Star-trek like warp speeds as well as a spilt-lane, gun and run passing option right in front of spectator hill. The split lane ads an edge of your seat level of excitement to TT racing!
Do we really need to explain Motocross – jumps, turns, whoops, high flying handlebar-to-handlebar, wheel-to-wheel racing!
Complete details for the “FCP Ultimate ATV Experience,” at Crandon Raceway, July 18-20, 2008 including camping, ticket prices and schedule of events can be viewed at Fantasy Moto Home
or Crandon International Off-Road Raceway