Kyle Chaney, Cody Kleiman, Johnny Greaves, and Chad Hord won a combined total of six races at the latest rounds of LOORRS’ Midwest Short Course League, with Greaves leading a Maxxis Pro 4 podium sweep at Round 3. Rounds 3 and 4 of the series were held July 13-14 in Elk River, Minnesota.
Greaves was joined on the Round 3 Pro 4 podium by his son CJ, who took second place, and Andrew Carlson in third place. Maxxis also holds the top three spots in the Pro 4 points race, with Johnny Greaves in the lead, CJ Greaves in second place, and Carlson in third.
Kleiman won the day’s Pro Lite race, while Chaney took the victory in Pro Mod SxS. Chad Hord also took a Round 3 podium, earning second place in Pro 2.
Hord, who leads the class in points, won the Pro 2 race at Round 4 the following day. Johnny Greaves again won the Pro 4 event, with Carlson joining him on the podium in second place, while Chaney repeated his Pro Mod SxS victory. Maxxis’ drivers also took two out of three places on the podium in Pro Stock SxS: Zach Martin took second place and Scott Wasz earned third place. Cody Kleiman took another turn on the podium with second place in Pro Lite.
The next Midwest Short Course League races are scheduled for August 10-12 in Bark River, Michigan. Maxxis congratulates Johnny Greaves, Kyle Chaney, Chad Hord, and Cody Kleiman on their victories and thanks all of these drivers for their fine performances.
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