The final day of the 2015 ROAR EP Off-Road Nationals has started with triple a-mains scheduled throughout the day. The event has been dominated by Ryan Cavalieri who is sitting on the pole in all of his classes including 2WD and 4WD buggy, stadium truck and short course truck. The track is grippy and the racing fast. The factory drivers will have to scramble and lean on their mechanics in order to find the time to prepare for all their races, and in most cases, that’s a lot of classes and mains. Stay tuned.
The 2015 ROAR EP Off-Road Nationals enters the final day with Team Associated’s Ryan Cavalieri sitting on pole in 2WD and 4WD buggy, stadium truck and short course truck, but a deep pool of talent from the rest of the factory drivers are hoping to spoil his push for the wins.
Kyosho’s Jared Tebo had a chance to steel the TQ in the final round of qualifying in Short Course, but a crash relegated him to the 3rd spot on the grid.
Team Associated’s Spencer Rivkin is hoping his local knowledge of the track will help him to find the way up front in the mains. He’s put in an impressive display and sits high up in his classes with mains starting.