Off-road legend Carl Renezeder to return to Crandon International for 2017 World Cup

He’s Back! Carl Renezeder has confirmed his entry into the upcoming Crandon World Cup, making his first appearance at Crandon in ten years.

Adding yet another colorful chapter to his 2017 retirement season, Californian Carl Renezeder and Crandon International Raceway today confirmed the former champion will return to Wisconsin for Labor Day weekend to compete in the 2017 Crandon World Cup, part of the prestigious Red Bull Signature Series.

Nicknamed “Crandon” Carl by this faithful Midwest fans, Renezeder, is the sport’s winningest driver with 123 short course national race victories while competing in Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series (LOORRS), Championship Off-Road Racing (CORR), and World Series of Off-Road Racing (WSORR) series. He has won nine short course off-road racing championships. Renezeder was also the first driver in short-course off-road racing history to win championships in both two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive trucks in the same season when he won the 2009 Unlimited 2 and Unlimited 4 divisions in LOORRS.

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