Ultra4 Racing partnered up with the Southern Rock Racing Series to debut the TITAN All-Terrain Cross Country Championship Presented by HCR this past weekend at Windrock Offroad Park in Tennessee. In addition to the high horsepower and high flying action of the rock bouncers of the Southern Rock Racing series, spectators got a bonus show of the speed and capabilities of the endurance racers from Ultra4.
Torrential rains and mud continued to be the theme for east coast racing and Windrock was not an exception. Despite the rocky terrain of the park, course conditions were a mix of both thick and soupy mud. Mixed with steep climbs and descents, narrow trails and sharp switch backs, the course put all the drivers to the test trying to keep their UTVs together in the fast paced multiple mile course.
Start order was randomized and each racer took off the line in 30 second increment starts for the two hour race. Paul Wolff was second off the line and pushed to the front physically shortly into the race. Wolff never let go of his position after gaining the lead, taking the most aggressive lines available and pushing his Can-Am hard throughout the race, grabbing his second podium of the weekend after placing second in the bouncer competition.
Michael Lee came in with a close second place finish. Lee was pushing hard in his Polaris RzR throughout the race, particularly closing the gap during the last half of the race.
Jamie McCoy rounded out the top three in his Can-Am to land on the podium. James Cantrell and Justin Barth all finished top five to pick up points towards the season championship of the seven race series.
View the full gallery of the first ever TITAN All-Terrain Cross Country Championship race presented by HCR. The next Ultra4 race is scheduled for April 12-13, 2019 for the US Gear Tear Down in Tennessee at Adventure Offroad park in South Pittsburg, TN.