Alumi Craft Racers Sweep Rage At The River Class 10 Podium
December 18, 2018
SNORE’s final off road race of the year has become a hugely popular event bringing out large vehicle counts. Sanctioned by SNORE (Southern Nevada Off Road Enthusiast) and co-hosted by MORE, this year’s event saw almost 400 entries and nearly 30 alone in the Class 10 division. Two days of off road racing in close proximity to casinos planted on the shores of the Colorado River, they don’t call it Rage At The River for no reason. Feeling the vibe and seeking out thrilling competition, Alumi Craft racers swept the Class 10 podium both days with Brock Heger capturing back-to-back wins and earning himself 2nd overall fastest out of all competitors.
Heger has been an impressive standout highlight in all of off road racing, and many are taking note. All Class 1 racers, the Trophy Truck Spec drivers and the whole field of Class 10 buggy guys are scratching their heads in disbelief. When a Class 10 Buggy can put up lap times comparable to unlimited class trophy trucks or flat out beat them, it is hard not to notice who is behind the wheel.
Brock started the weekend out very fast qualifying 1st in the division and 6th overall behind famed Class 1 racer James Dean who set the pole with four other top-notch Trophy Trucks filling in the top 5. Heger would run a flawless race, 5 laps on Saturday & 5 laps on Sunday, with zero issues hindering the Alumi Craft.
“We ended up winning Class 10 and got second overall!” Heger stated. “I was really aiming for the overall win but Harley Letner in the Concrete Motorsports Trophy Truck got me by about 2 minutes! Thank you to everyone who makes this possible espcially Jake Velasco. JV Race Prep has got this Alumi Craft Race Car dialed-in, and flat out fast.”
Connor McMullen’s in the #1024 Alumi Craft placed 2nd in class and his overall combined time for the weekend was 1 Hour, 54 Minutes, and 5 seconds; approximately 2 Minutes, 20 seconds behind Heger.
Broc Dickerson in the #1023 Alumi Craft was actually second fastest in Class 10 on Saturday and scored the 3rd place podium for the weekend. Dickerson’s combined time was 5 seconds behind McMullen for an all Alumi Craft Class 10 podium sweep.
Off Road Racing is labeled as an extreme sport but the drivers speeding over the desert floor will testify they are simply piloting a high tech purpose built machine. The purpose is to safely and reliably carry the occupants to the finish line as fast as possible. Drivers like Brock Heger have found the fastest way to the finish line is with an Alumi Craft Race Car. Give Alumi Craft a call at to find out more about our race products and services.