Lucas Oil and the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series presented by GEICO are pleased to announce they have finalized a 5-year agreement with the Gila River Indian Community to continue bringing the world’s best short course off-road racing to Wild Horse Motorsports Park in Chandler, Arizona.
The facility was formerly called Firebird International Raceway.
“This is terrific news,” series director Ritchie Lewis said. “It’s a good spot for us and we’ve had some great racing there. We’re looking forward to building on that tradition and strengthening our relationship with the great fans and businesses in the Chandler area.”
The track has been a fixture on the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series schedule and was the site of this season’s opening event March 15-17. It has been closed since March 30 while undergoing reorganization and repairs and will reopen soon under new management.
Dick Hahne, a former Daytona International Speedway executive, has been hired to oversee the facility for the Gila River Indian Community.
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