2021 EMPI Crandon Class 11 World Championships
Presented by Continental Tire
Wednesday, Sept. 1st
Camp Crandon & Pit gates open
Thursday, Sept. 2nd
- 7:00 AM Tech Inspection – Registration
- 8:00 AM Mandatory Drivers/Spotter’s Meeting
- 4:00 PM EMPI Class 11 Practice (20 minutes)
Lucas Oil Tech Shed (Class 11 time TBD)
Friday, Sept. 3rd
- 8:30 AM Race teams assemble for escort to Crandon Parade
- 9:00 PM Escort to downtown Crandon
- 9 – 12:00 Downtown Crandon race car show
- Noon Lucas Oil Labor Day Parade
- 8:40 PM Class 11 Enduro (night race, 25 minutes)
Saturday, Sept. 4th
- Free day to enjoy racing all day plus night Ultra4 events & concert
Sunday, Sept. 5th (6th annual Red Bull Crandon World Cup)
- 7:00 AM Chapel Service
- 8:00 AM Mandatory Driver’s Meeting
- 2:45 PM Crandon Class 11 World Championship (10 laps)
- 7–10PM Lucas Oil World Cup Party
(** subject to change)
Lucas Oil Barn
- All Crandon Class 11 World Champion racers and teams must adhere to the general pit and track regulations as outlined in the “RACER” tab section found here www.crandonoffroad.com
- All Crandon Class 11 World Champion teams must pit within the designated new Ultra4 grass pit area. Pit reservations can be made online by visiting www.crandonoffroad.com under the Racer Tab starting Friday, August 13th.
- All Crandon Class 11 race teams are required to display their vehicles in the designated pit/display compound as much as possible during the weekend. Cars are expected to be displayed in clean, pre-race condition each day except for after Sunday’s World Championship race. All cars are to be displayed in the compound area until one hour after Sunday’s Red Bull Crandon Cup race finale. We have designated you as a Pro (not Sportsman) class. Let’s put on a show!
- All Crandon Class 11 race teams are invited to participate in all weekend related events including the Lucas Oil Parade, concerts and the Sunday night Lucas Oil World Cup party.
- Crandon International Raceway in association with EMPI and Continental Tire (along with other partners) have worked together to provide each Class 11 race team with free entry fee to the weekend and two (2) weekend wristbands for drivers and co-drivers. Grass camping/pitting in the designated Ultra4/Class 11 racer area will be subject to the same fee of $50.00 per site, with each additional weekend wristband available for $45.00 per person if purchase in advance (or $70.00 at the door).
- All costs associated with racing at Crandon (transponders, safety equipment, USAC licenses) are to be paid by each team.
- Prizes/Purse: Crandon International Raceway is working on a cash/prize purse structure for the weekend, but all racers are eligible to earn trophies for Friday night’s race, as well as Red Bull World Cup metals plus Crandon World Champions ring and the first ever Continental Tire Cup on Sunday.
- Livestreaming and Television: Both of the Crandon Class 11 races will seen around the world via our top-tier livestreaming production, which will be steamed on platforms such as Livestream, Speed Sport and MAVTV Plus. Big news! Sunday’s Class 11 World Championship race will also be broadcast with the Ultra4 class as part of a one-hour package airing on the MAVTV cable network.
Race Regulations (PLEASE READ CAREFULLY AS THESE WILL BE FULLY ENFORCED!)
- All Class 11 vehicles must adhere to the current 2021 MORE/SNORE rules package.
- Bill Savage, tech director for the Championship Off-Road’s series, has agree to provide a pre-race safety tech on Thursday, September 2nd at the Lucas Oil Tech Barn. Bill will also provide tech support to insure final drive gearing and engine displacement/compression rules are strictly enforced.
- Crandon International Raceway will not be responsible for any rules enforcement. One qualified (1) technical director will be appointed prior to the race weekend to aid in solving tech matters and disputes.
- All Class 11 race teams must be prepared for night racing with off-road lights and rear-facing dust lights. Colored LED flag whips are allowed.
- All teams must run a driver and co-driver at all times.
- All cars must be equipped with two (2) functional fire extinguishers at all times.
- All teams must provide at one (1) spotter for safety during each on-track session.
- All cars must be equipped with a properly installed race radio and driver to co-driver intercom.
- To ensure a professional appearance at Crandon, all teams must do their best to keep their vehicles as stock as possible. This includes mandatory fenders, hoods and bumpers at all times.
Helpful Tips for Racing In Crandon:
- Be prepared for all types of weather. This isn’t the west coast or Baja. Warm weather, cloudy, cold and heavy rain can all happen in one day. Prepare your teams in terms of proper clothing, and also your cars and race equipment accordingly. The dirt here at Crandon is awesome but also was a good amount of clay in it. Bring plenty of tear-offs etc. We do have a big concrete wash station on site.
- As hard as we try to stay on schedule and get all our racers the promised track time, weather can play a huge big factor in the weekend. The track officials and the Champ Off-Road series that we are working with are also sticklers for being right on time if the weather permits. Please stay as flexible as possible in terms of the weekend’s timing.
- Crandon fans are epic and enthusiastic. They want to see the cars, meet the drivers and get autographs and stickers. Just be prepared for this kind of reception, especially after Friday night’s feature race and into the weekend.
- Lodging: The best places to find lodging if you are not camping (which we highly recommend to get the full Crandon experience) is to find an AirBnB, or look at some towns close by in Rhinelander, Antigo or Three Lakes/ Eagle River.
- Flights: Please explore flights into Green Bay, Appleton, Wausau or even Rhinelander. Every drive through these areas are beautiful.