CORR Faces Potential Collapse – Is The End Near?
Los Angeles, California (October 23,2008) Championship Off Road Racing showed its true hand on Monday afternoon, after CORR’s Cissy Baldwin perhaps showed one of the best poker faces in recent history. XR Promotions, LLC., also known to the world of off road motorsports as CORR/Championship Off Road Racing, reached out to sponsors and wealthy race team owners for some financial help in an effort to save the final race weekend of the 2008 season by asking race entities to pony up a total of $2.2 million dollars in order for them to host the final race weekend of the season.
Predicted many times over the past three years, the inevitable collapse of the premier closed-course sanctioning body, CORR, appears to be very near as the 2008 season comes to an end. The final three rounds of racing were expected to decide championships in almost every class and now it seems that the organization, led by Jim Baldwin, is on the brink of disaster.
This past Monday afternoon, CORR CEO, Jim Baldwin, spoke with CORR’s primary sponsors and invested race team owners asking them to put together a $2.2 million dollar package in order for CORR to host the final race of the season at Chula Vista, California on December 5, 6 and 7, 2008.
THIS COULD REALY SUCK.