Cenni’s Round 2 win in Pro 4 was well-earned; driving his Phit Alkaline Drink Mixer/Maxxis Tires Ford, he jockeyed for position with other drivers from the start of the race, gaining a place in the front five by the end of Lap 1.
He was fourth for much of the race, and was able to get by a mishap involving other drivers on the final lap. He made a pass in the last corner which put him into second place, and when the driver who finished first was penalized for contact with another vehicle, the win was awarded to Cenni.
Heger also topped the podium in Round 2, winning the Production 1000 UTV race in his Maxxis Tires/3M Yamaha. The defending champion in the class, Heger bested a combative field, taking the lead for good with a sweep around another driver in the final lap.
The following day, Mittag took an early lead in the Pro 4 race, with Cenni in second place by the end of the first lap. Mittag held the front spot throughout the race, even after mishaps involving other drivers forced two restarts. By the final lap, he had increased his lead, eventually racking up a decisive victory.
Other Maxxis drivers also earned spots on the podium during the weekend. The legendary Jeremy McGrath took third place in Pro 2, driving his Maxxis Tires/Safecraft Safety Solutions Ram. Corry Weller, driving a DragonFire Racing/Maxxis Tires CanAm, took second place in Turbo Production UTV at Round 3 despite mechanical difficulties. Jason Weller, driving his DragonFire Racing/Lucas Oil Racing TV Yamaha, took second in Production 1000 UTV at Round 3, and Heger took third.
The next rounds of the 2018 LOORRS season are scheduled for June 23-24 at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri. Maxxis congratulates Adrian Cenni, Doug Mittag, and Brock Heger on their victories, and thanks all of its drivers for their fine performances.
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