With the point’s race tighter than ever before, the season finale will be the battling grounds to settle feuds, start new ones and crown the 2007 Champions. Will Jerry Whelchel, Carl Renezeder and Rodrigo Ampudia still be leading the point’s standings in their respective Pro classes when CORR arrives in Nevada? Fans stay tuned; anything can happen. The dirt will fly again when the action packed ride of CORR returns on September 15th and 16th at the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds in Lancaster, CA.
Don’t forget about the second annual Jason Baldwin Memorial Cup race, which takes place at the finale in Primm, Nevada. The race pays tribute to the highly recognized driver Jason Baldwin and his contribution to the sport. Pro 2 and Pro 4 drivers compete throughout the year in seven separate races to qualify in the winner-take-all cup race at the end of the season. In the finale the two classes will be racing against each other, battling it out for a $66,000 purse and the prestigious Jason Baldwin Memorial Cup.
9:30 PM Update, 7-18
Confirmed! Baja Racing News reached a source late tonight, that confirmed, CORR will announce, after the Terribles Cup this weekend, they will have their Nevada event at the new "Terribles" Primm Valley, newly built off-road racing facility.
Yes, CORR will be at PRIMM. But, there's another story, this weekends Terribles Cup at the LVMS, will be THE LAST! All of SCOREs Nevada short course events will be at Terribles PRIMM VALLEY! Another EXCLUSIVE Baja Racing News.com Story!
Terribles Primm Valley will be an impressive facility if a short course and long loop course are envisioned and completed. Our inside source confirmed these plans.
Even though the following quoted information is posted on the CORR website! Chris Blair confirming the next event is still going to the LVMS!
""Yes, they are on our schedule and we have a verbal agreement.
Vice President of Racing Operations
Las Vegas Motor Speedway""
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