By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Off road racer Kyle LeDuc has passed away. He was 42.
An official cause of death has not been determined yet. However, he was battling cancer before his death.
“Our hearts are heavy today,” Champion Off Road said in a Facebook post. “Kyle Leduc has lost his battle with cancer and passed away at age 42. A seven-time Pro 4 champion, with over 100 career short-course wins, Kyle earned his fan-favorite status with a blend of envelope-pushing driving ability, relentless competitive fire, and a flair for the dramatic.
“On the track, he regularly astonished, impressed, and inspired us with breathtaking battles and heartstopping moments. Losing an off-road racing icon creates a void in our sport, our community, and our hearts. Our thoughts are with the entire Leduc family and Kyle’s team, partners, and supporters. #99strong #99forever 💚”
He also competed in the Stadium Super Trucks and the TORC: The Off-Road Championship series.
”This breaks my heart 😞, RIP Buddy, you will be missed in so many ways, personality, work ethic, Crazy Talent, and a great Dad,” Johnny Greaves said in a Facebook post. “Prayers go out to your family. 🙏”
This is the second death within the Championship Off Road community since September. That’s when Cory Podolski had passed away following an event in Wisconsin.© 2007-2023 The Capital Sports Report. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcasted, rewritten, or redistributed.