Keegan Kincaid finished the 2021 series in style, winning the Pro 2 title in the Championship Off-Road Series, but it was his win in the 2021 Crandon World Cup in front of his hometown crowd that sealed the deal on his recognition as an Impact Award honoree in the Short Course category. Going into the weekend Keegan was third in points. He won the race, secured the championship, and received the first-ever Championship Off-Road "Fan Favorite" award.
The Crandon World Cup format is unique in racing. The Pro 2 trucks are given a head start, while the higher horsepower Pro 4 trucks start in a second wave behind the Pro 2s. The interval between the Pro 2 and Pro 4 start is calculated so that the Pro 4 trucks attempt to catch the Pro 2s on the last lap. Kincaid was able to hold off the Pro 4s and earn the title as the 2021 Crandon World Cup champion.
Going into the weekend Keegan was third in points. He won the Cup race, secured the championship, and received the first-ever Championship Off-Road "Fan Favorite" award. To cap off an incredible September to remember, Keegan and his wife welcomed a new baby, a daughter, to their family just a few days after the Crandon World Cup. Nothing can top that, but we'd like to think that adding an Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame Impact Award is the icing on Keegan Kincaid's remarkable September cake.