Kyle earned a repeat trip to the Hall of Fame Impact Awards in the Short Course category for his remarkable 2020 season. Kyle won five Pro 4 races and the Championship Off-Road Pro 4 series title, earning his 100th win along the way. To cap his championship season, Kyle took home the Crandon World Cup win in 2020.
In 2021 Kyle expanded his impact on the sport of off-road, adding Extreme E to his resume. Kyle signing with Chip Ganassi Racing to campaign an electric SUV in remote parts of the world with his Extreme E teammate Sara Price. Extreme E is an FIA-sanctioned international off-road racing series that uses spec electric SUVs, with the goal to raise awareness for climate change. The series also promotes gender equality in motorsports by mandating that all teams consist of female and male drivers who share equal driving duties.
2016-2019 Archive: Kyle told his dad, legendary off-road racer Curt LeDuc, that he wanted to race off-road. Curt replied, “If you want to race, then you’d better build yourself a truck.” And Kyle did just that, building a successful career of his own along the way. Kyle is in contention for the Pro 4 title in the 2019 Lucas Oil Off Road Nationals. This is familiar territory for LeDuc, who is a five-time Pro 4 Class Champion, four of those being consecutive from 2014 to 2017. He is also a four-time winner of the prestigious Lucas Oil Challenge Cup and the 2015 Driver of the Year. LeDuc has his sights set on winning championship number six in 2019 and hitting the mark of 100 overall career wins. With a recent win at Glen Helen, his odds of winning championship number six are looking better all the time.
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