Dominating the SuperLite Championship series, youth racer Sheldon Creed captured his sixth win of the 2012 Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series after his round 10 effort at Southern California's Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, California. After a fiercely-contested race that saw numerous front runners swap lead positions in a quest to conquer the 13-truck field, Creed has piloted his A.M. Ortega Construction/Trench Shoring/Fox Racing Shox/Eibach Springs/Method Race Wheels SuperLite to a whopping eight podium finishes on the year. Metal Mulisha's Ryan Hagy, piloting the General Tire/Rockstar Energy Drink/4 Wheel Parts/Vallie Construction/Makita SuperLite, captured second for the race beneath the lights, his fifth finish in that spot and sixth podium finish of the season.
The vibrant SuperLite Arrive & Drive racer from London, Max Hunt, improved the stellar performance he posted after last night's race by moving up one position to third atop the podium. A seasoned road bike racer in Europe, Hunt was captured the excitement of broadcast television cameras after only completing his second off-road race of his career.
Posting his most captivating performance to date in SuperLite Arrive & Drive racing, Cody Rahders snatched a commanding lead in lap four behind the wheel of his Toyo Tires-clad Superchips/K&N/Black Rhino machine. Rahders won the fast lap of the race for his lap seven performance, when he logged a 53.149-second lap and an average speed of 54.187 miles per hour. mandatory mid-race restart, Rahders had stretched his lead to a one-second gap. Upon restart, as the stacked pack funneled into turn two, Rahders caught the noted rut, which sent him recovering from a two-wheeled maneuver that set him back to fourth. After working his way back to second during the white flag lap, he spun out in turn four to finish seventh.