Ultra4 Rounds Out Its Inaugural Nitto Triple Crown of Off-Road at Crandon World Championships [Gallery]

The final race of Ultra4's Nitto Triple Crown of Off Road happened at the Crandon World Championships. Opening an Ultra4 class during this iconic racing weekend provided a unique opportunity for Ultra4 racers. Of course, the racing was intense as ever—whether it was Team Nitto driver Shannon Campbell sending his car tumbling or record-breaking crowds there to cheer drivers on.

Crandon Shannon Campbell

When it was all said and done, Jason Scherer claimed victory, his second of the season—leading him to win the first annual Nitto Triple Crown of Off-Road. The Triple Crown, started at the beginning of this year, included a motos-style points system which included King of the Hammers, the Mint 400 and Crandon. Just behind Scherer, Loren Healy finished in second, followed by Casey Currie in third.

Crandon Loren Healy

Up next is the National Championships in Reno, Nevada. Erik Miller, Wayland Campell and Josh Blyler are all vying for Ultra4's 2018 national championship, with Shannon Campbell and Derek West not far behind them. It’s sure to be an exciting race to the finish!

Crandon Wayland Campbell

Stay tuned to Driving Line for full coverage of Ultra4 all season long!

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