Crandon International Set To Open Event Reservations For Exciting 2020 Motorsports Race Season

— Online Reservations Begin at 12:00pm (CST) February 1st —

CRANDON, Wisconsin (January 30, 2020) — Despite being in the throws of “Old Man Winter” throughout the American Midwest, off-road racing fans, teams and drivers are looking forward to the pending warmth of spring and the coming of the new 2020 season at Crandon International Raceway.

The 400-acre facility is now set to open 2020 individual event weekend camping and grandstand reservations for thousands of its fans. On Saturday, February 1st, 2020 at precisely noon Central Standard Time (CST) the Crandon faithful can begin planning for two massive weekends scheduled for the “Big House” in 2020 — the Forest County Potawatomi Brush Run scheduled for June 22nd – 24th, 2020 and the 51st Crandon World Championship Off-Road Races® held over Labor Day weekend September 3rd – 6th, 2020.

Crandon’s loyal fans can stake their claim by logging on to Crandon’s updated reservation system found at As is Crandon tradition, 2020 camping and grandstand season passes (for both weekends) opened on January 1st, 2020.

ACTION PACKED SCHEDULE: Unlike other forms of racing, the daily schedule of off-road competition at Crandon International Raceway offers fans on-track action from morning until late in the afternoon, including both the best Pro classes and myriad of Sportsman categories. (Photos: Mike Roth)

In 2019, all 2,500-plus grass camping sites and each seat in the Vison Wheel Hospitality Complex were reserved months in advance of last year’s record-breaking 50th Crandon World Championship Off-Road Race® weekend even began, while an attendance record was was also set for last year’s June’s Brush Run as well.

As is Crandon tradition, track management has worked diligently to bring world-class racing to an equally world-class facility at affordable, family-friend prices. Groomed grass campsites can be reserved for the June Brush Run weekend (up to four nights) for just $90.00 in total (electric-sites) and $50.00 for non-electric sites. Reserved sites for the Crandon World Championship/World Cup weekend are available for just $10.00 more. Remaining Vision Wheel Hospitality grandstand seats cost just $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00 for each race weekend.

LOVING THE FANS: For more than 50 years three generations of fans have made the overall “Crandon Experience” so special. The track’s legendary hospitality and easy access to famed racers like off-road icon Jeremy McGrath (above) are the real secret to the track’s enduring legacy. (Photo: Jeff Nemecek)

Scheduled for June 19th – 21st, for 2020 the Forest County Potawatomi Crandon Brush Run weekend will expand from two to three full days of on-track competition, with more than 300 short-course and ULTRA4 teams expected to gather at the unique 400-acre facility. With roots that stretch back to its inaugural running in 1970, the first Midwest off-road race of the season will also mark the inaugural race for the newly created Championship Off-Road (COR) Series. The event will celebrate Father’s Day weekend in the American heartland with the sounds of high-horsepower unlimited Pro 2 and Pro 4 trucks, Pro Lite trucks and Pro UTVs, as well as the ULTRA4’s Nitto Unlimited 4400 class, the Yukon Modified 4500 class, the Spidertrax 4600 Stock class and the Branik Motorsports 4800 Legends class. Fans will also enjoy a jam-packed schedule filled with all of the COR Sportsman categories and several live concerts – all concluding with Sunday’s intense Forest County Potawatomi Community Cup race for Pro 2 and Pro 4 trucks.

BIG HOUSE PARTY: With all-day racing, live concerts and plenty of Wisconsin-style hospitality on tap, Crandon’s expanded 400-acre, purpose-built facility is expected to host two massive weekends in 2020. (Photos: Jeff Nemecek, Attain Media)

On Labor Day weekend (September 3rd – 6th) Crandon will celebrate its hosting of the 51st Crandon World Championship Off-Road Races®, which in 2020 will also mark the season finale for the new COR series. Last year, a record-shattering crowd of over 70,000 fans packed the “Big House” for the world’s largest short-course off-road event. In addition, unlimited 4-wheel drive ULTRA4 4400 class cars will take part in two special races, with one taking place Saturday night, September 5th as the day’s finale. Then on Sunday, the world’s best Pro short-course racer will compete for a Crandon World Championship title and a huge cash and prize purse on off-road racing’s biggest day — the fifth annual Red Bull Crandon World Cup.