Cory Winner

Running in the Lucas Oil series competing in the Pro Lite class, Cory is a member of Team GT that plans to find his place on the podium. Watch him this season.
Cory Winner

19-year-old Cory Winner was born into a motorsports invested family. His father started and still runs Fabtech Motorsports, the leader in off road suspension. Being around racing all his life, Cory started racing in 2007 in the Junior Trophy Kart class, moving up to Modified Karts and now onto the Pro classes and is trying his hand at the competitive Pro Lite class. Cory will compete in the Lucas Oil Regional Series and Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series, along with other various events. After a very successful 2016 campaign seeing Cory finish 2nd in the championship and finishing on the podium 7 out of 8 rounds, he and the team look to keep the momentum going with a strong showing in 2017!

Facebook // Instagram:

Cory Winner//@corywinner_67

Top 3 People to follow on social media?

@comical, @kblock43, @black_list

Daily Driver:

2012 Ford F150 with 37" Grabber X3

Favorite Race and why?

Crandon, WI because it is such a fun track to race on. The 100mph speeds and 2 mile track makes for a really exciting race!

Do you have a pre-race routine you go through before heading out into the dessert?

I usually just try to keep myself calm and try not to overthink heading into the race.

What other adventurous activites to you participate in?

Mountain biking and camping

Best place to go off-roading for a weekend?

Ocotillo Wells is always a good spot

If you were going to do a weekend off-road trip, what five essential things would you bring with you?

Water, firearm, fuel, gps, and firewood.

If you could go to dinner with five other people (dead or alive), who would you pick?

Lewis Hamilton, Travis Pastrana, Donald Trump, Steve Jobs, and George Washington

Top three road trip songs in your opinion?

"Pink Houses"- John Mellencamp, "California Love"- 2Pac, "Highway to Hell"- AC/DC

Best road trip you have ever taken?

California to Utah. Spread out over 3 days and 600 miles off-road.

Bonus question: If you could go anywhere on your Grabbers, where would you go?

I think driving through Alaska off-road would be an adventure