Leduc's personality and dominance has made him favorite with fans of the series. Leduc is witty and excited on the microphone, which will help draw more interest to the sport.
Thanks to interactions with spectators from vendors and series officials, LOORS has experienced a surge in popularity. Short track racing of all disciplines have suffered in recent years due to an inability to draw a younger audience, but LOORS is working to bypass the same fate.
Much like motocross, series sponsor Rockstar deploys a crew of promo girls to every round.
Brian Deegan is the defending champion in the Pro Lites class, and charged from behind to take the win after a thrilling battle on Saturday.
Lake Elsinore was considered Deegan's home track, has he lives just down I-15 in Temecula. His fan base has followed the Mulisha leader to short course racing and the brand is a sponsor to many teams and drivers.
RJ Anderson is the young hotshoe in the popular Pro Lite division. Anderson powered around Deegan early in Sunday's 17 lap feature and went on to win the stacked class.
Deegan brings his trademark intensity and desire to the sport, and trains the same way many professional motocross racers do to cope with the heat. The Elsinore event's temperatures were in the mid 80's all weekend, which along with the wind, dried the track quickly.