CORONA, California (October 4, 2013) – Ryan Beat didn’t set out to become off road racing’s version of a football triple-threat, it just happened that way.
Beat’s plan was to spend this season racing his Pro Lite truck and competing for a class championship in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series presented by GEICO after finishing second in 2012. He said that didn’t work out, however, because “we had some bad luck with parts failures and got a couple of black flags at the beginning of the season that really ruined the season for us,” and he is 16th in the standings with one round of points racing left.
The 26-year-old former Supercross racer from Menifee, California, also is 14th in Pro 2 and 10th in Pro 4 as he prepares for the final weekend October 25-27 at Lake Elsinore Motorsports Park, and that’s the part of his season that wasn’t planned.
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Ryan Beat takes on triple duty for rounds 7 and 8 of the Lucas Oil Off-Road Series. This was Ryan’s first time racing the Pro 2 but with one race under his belt in the Pro 4 category which lead him to a 3rd place finish at the Challenge Cup 2012, along with victories in the Pro Lite class.