RICKY JOHNSON AND SARA PRICE TO HOST ORMHOF INDUCTION & AWARDS CEREMONY ON OCTOBER 30
Tickets Now Available for Las Vegas Gala


Ricky Johnson and Sara Price will host the 2017 Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame Induction & Awards Ceremony presented by SCORE International, on October 30 at the South Point in Las Vegas.   More than 400 guests--a virtual who's who of off road--including Parnelli Jones, Malcolm Smith, Larry Ragland, and Rod Hall,  will be on hand to welcome the ORMHOF Class of 2017: Dave Ekins, Cliff Flannery, "Baja Bob" Gordon, and Bill Savage. 

Ricky Johnson is an inductee of the Motorcycle Hall of Fame of America and AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame, and is one of the most honored Motocross and Supercross athletes of all time. Moving to off-road, Ricky  was the SCORE Rookie of the Year in 1993, and from 1993 to 1995 he won the Baja 500, racing in Class 8. In 1997, Ricky took home his first Baja 1000 victory, winning again in 2003.   Ricky also raced short course, where he won the TORC Series Pro 2 Championship in 2010. In 2012, he won the Pro 4x4 World Championship and the Crandon World Cup. 
In 2014, Ricky won Frozen Rush, the first short-course off-road race on snow.
@therickyjohnson

This summer, Sara was chosen from 
150 entries as the Next Female Hoonigan
@sarapricemx  @larry_chen_foto
Sara Price is a professional Motocross and Supercross racer, and is the first-ever factory-supported female racer under Monster Energy Kawasaki. She is also an X-Games medalist. Sara earned the 2016 Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame Rising Star Award in the UTV/ATV/MX category, in recognition of her many UTV championships. Sara was also the first female participant in Stadium Super Trucks. In 2017, Sara has been racing the RMP Offroad trophy truck. As the winner of the Next Female Hoonigan, Sara piloted a Fiat Rally Car in the Mt Washington Hill Clumb. She also works as a stunt professional, and has appeared in advertising and films seen nationally and worldwide. 


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IN OUR NEXT ISSUE:
ORMHOF IMPACT AWARD NOMINEES ANNOUNCED
Desert Racing
Short Course | Rock Sports | MX/ATV/UTV | Industry | Advocate

The five nominees in each category for the 2017 ORMHOF Impact Awards, formerly the Rising Star Awards, will be announced in our next issue. The recipients are chosen by the Voting Members of the Hall of Fame, and are announced at the Induction & Awards Ceremony on October 30 in Las Vegas.
VOTING MEMBERSHIPS START AT $25. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS.
ORMHOF ON THE ROAD

ORMHOF Partner Menzies Motorsports Wins the World Cup at Crandon, 2017 Hall of Fame Inductee Cliff Flannery's Field of Dreams

 
They call it The Big House, and Bryce Menzies was certainly the man of the house, sweeping all three races on Sunday, including the Crandon World Cup.
L-R: ORMHOF Inductee and Crandon PR guru Marty Fiolka, ORMHOF Chairman Mark McMillin, Crandon International Raceway President and 2017 Hall of Fame Inductee Cliff Flannery, in the historic Crandon Barn.
The entire town of Crandon came out for a surprise party to honor Cliff Flannery and his induction into the Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame. Here guests are looking at the Hall of Fame display, with the names and photos of the 83 current inductees.
Race week kicks off with a parade down Crandon's main street.
The Crandon Barn is filled with 48 years of memories, including this hood, painted in memory of Cliff's brother, Jack, who was Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2009. 
Saturday morning's rain made for racing conditions somewhere between a mud bog and a demolition derby.
More than 40,000 fans came out for Sunday's clear skies and trucks flying high at Crandon.
 
For more pictures from ORMHOF's trip to Crandon, visit our Facebook page, Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame.
PARTING SHOT
Chevrolet Returns to Off-Road Racing 
Late 1970s: Hall of Fame inductee Walker Evans and co-driver Pancho Weaver racing through the California desert in a step side Chevrolet. Barbara Rainey photo. 
ORMHOF inductee and board member Frank DeAngelo co-drove with Chad Hall, Hall of Famer Rod Hall's son, at this year's Vegas to Reno, winning their class in this Chevrolet ZR2.  Chevrolet Press Room Photo. 
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