2016 Crandon Cup World Champion

Runner-up in the 2015 season in the PRO 2WD class, he earned 12 podiums -- including six wins.

​In 2014, he won five consecutive PRO Light races and earned his first PRO 2WD victory in his second-ever points start.


Born and raised in the heartland of off-road racing, Crandon, Wisconsin, native Keegan Kincaid has spent much of his life at off-road tracks. He spent his childhood watching from the sidelines as his father scored seven titles over 20 years. He took up racing himself in his early 20s, when he launched his first PRO Light campaign. He won his first championship title in only his second year of competition, when he took the PRO Light crown in 2013. Last season, he upgraded to a more powerful truck and began his campaign on the PRO 2WD class. He proved immediately that he would be a contender, winning in only his second race. He kept the pressure on championship winner CJ Greaves all season long and finished runner-up in the points. Mechanically inclined, Kincaid works on his competition vehicle alongside his father and the rest of his team at the family’s shop. He returns this season to battle for the title.


Favorite venues: Crandon and Bark River

2017 Season

3rd: PRO 4 Championship
2-PRO 4 Wins
11-PRO 4 Podium Finishes

2016 Season

2nd: PRO 2 Championship
10-PRO 2 Podium Finishes
5-PRO 2 Wins

2015 Season

2nd: PRO 2 TORC Championship
12 Podium Finishes
6 Wins

2014 Season

​2nd: PRO Light Championship
6 Podium Finishes
5 Wins, all consecutive

2013 Season

2013 TORC Pro Light Champion with a remarkable 5 wins and 11 podium finishes.

2012 Season

In his rookie season, Keegan finished 5th in points with 10 top-5 finishes.

2011 Season

The fire was lit when Keegan was given the opportunity to jump into battle at The Off Road Championship Series (TORC).