It’s a phenomenon that started nearly half a decade ago in the backwoods of Northwest Wisconsin that has evolved into a major stop in America’s off-road racing calendar.
As it has since 1970, Crandon International Raceway will be the epicenter of the short-course off-road racing world as it hosts the 23rd annual Forest County Potawatomi Brush Run event. Held at the legendary facility’s 400-acre, purpose-built track located in the heart of Wisconsin’s scenic Northwoods, the Brush Run schedule features nearly three full days of TORC Pro and Crandon Sportsman racing from Friday, June 24th through Sunday, June 26th. The on-track action will culminate late Sunday afternoon with the 23rd Annual Forest County Potawatomi Community Cup race. Pitting the TORC PRO 2WD and TORC PRO 4WD classes together on the same track with a staggered start, the racers will going door-to-door for one of the sports biggest prizes.