Red Bud Rumble
August 13, 2017
TORC's Red Bud
Rumble Round 10 UTV Race Report
In Pro Stock, Jake Lunderby came out of nowhere
at the start, taking the lead and pulling away
from the pack. Meanwhile, Greaves was making up
ground from his fifth-place start, moving to second
before the lap-five competition caution.
Stock SxS / UTV Podium (left to right)
Jake Lunderby (2nd), CJ Greaves (1st),
Ben Enloe (3rd)
On the restart, Lunderby was again quick and
began gapping the field. Greaves caught up to
him and was just waiting for a mistake. That mistake
came on the final lap when Lunderby bicycled his
Yamaha three turns from the finish, handing the
lead and the victory to Greaves. Lunderby was
second, earning his third consecutive podium.
Ben Enloe finished third, grabbing his first podium,
ahead of the Yamahas of Zach Martin and Kenny
Masch. Greaves now owns a 43-point lead in the
Jake Lunderby held the lead for most of
the race with CJ Greaves in chase
Greaves, who has dominated nearly every race
this year, had fits trying to gain on Lunderby.
Trying every line possible, he was prepared to
have his win streak broken.
CJ Greaves made the pass on Jake Lunderby
in the final lap to secure the win as
he remains undefeated in 2017
“That was one heck of a battle,” exclaimed Greaves.
“Jake Lunderby was on the gas. I think if we look
at lap times we’re going to be splitting hairs.
He had a couple of sections where he was faster
than me and I just couldn’t figure out how to
get better. I had to take advantage of the sections
I was faster. He got away after the caution and
I had to do everything I could to get close. I
knew if I kept the pressure on him, he hasn’t
led many laps; It’s a new thing for him. We’re
just going to keep pushing and try to make this
car a little bit faster.”
Lunderby has trained with the Greaves family,
even staying at their house on several occasions.
He made a mistake on the last lap, but was still
pleased with a hard run and a runner-up finish.
Jake Lunderby made a mistake on the final
lap, which dropped him out of the lead
into the 2nd spot on the podium
“I started out front and had clean air, but I
made one mistake,” said Lunderby. “I got up on
two wheels on the last lap, but I was able to
get a second behind my teammate CJ. I knew if
I made a mistake he was going to be right there
on me. So I did everything I could not to make
a mistake, but I guess I tried too hard. That
was an adrenaline rush and it’s hard to keep it
together. I got third yesterday and second today,
so we’re just keeping up that consistency.”
Enloe held off Martin for most of the race to
score the third-place finish. The privateer racer
scored his best career finish here.
Enloe held off some stiff competition
to secure the final spot on the podium,
which was a season first for Enloe
“We’re starting to get it figured out,” said
Enloe. “I stared in the mirror at Zach the whole
time. He was coming hard. The track was new and
no one knew it, so that made it a wildcard. This
makes it all worth it.”
In the Sportsman class, Vince Lamendola won the
race. Points leader Jacob Rosales finished third.
SxS / UTV Podium
There are just five races left on the TORC calendar.
The series will hold a doubleheader weekend at
the Crandon International Off-Road Raceway in
Wisconsin September 1-2, followed a tripleheader
at ERX Motor Park in Elk River, MN September 23-24.