2008 Pro-2wd World Champion, 2nd in 2008 Amsoil Cup
Championship runner-up three times
19 short course wins since 2000


Ross Hoek has been racing off-road for 16 years, getting his start back in 2000 in the CORR Super Stock class. In his first season, he earned multiple wins and finished second in the points. In 2008, after moving to the PRO 2WD class, he brought home the PRO 2WD World Championship.

He now races TORC in PRO 4WD and is a podium contender under the Ross Hoek Motorsports banner. He finished sixth in the points in both 2015 and 2014, racing a championship winning truck originally built for the Greaves family team.

The Michigan driver has raced multiple categories in off-road, including a Super Truck run in the early 2000s that saw him earn multiple wins and a runner-up championship finish.

He is supported in his efforts by wife Cathy Hoek and daughters Tori and Teran. When he isn’t racing, Hoek works at the CNC machining business he owns, Impres Engineering Service.


Hobbys: Scuba Diving
Truck Body Style: Toyota

2017 Season

5th: PRO 4 Championship
1-PRO 4 Podium Finish

2016 Season

6th: PRO 4 Championship
1-PRO 4 Podium Finish

2015 Season

6th: PRO 4 Championship

Racing in PRO 4WD, Hoek took seven starts and scored a best finish of fifth. He finished sixth in the championship.

2014 Season

6th: PRO 4 Championship

A full PRO 4WD season campaign in 2014 netted Hoek a pair of podiums. He finished third in races held in Crandon, Wisconsin, and at his home track in Bark River, Michigan. He finished sixth in the TORC PRO 4WD championship.

2013 Season

10th: PRO 4 Championship

Racing his first season in a new truck originally raced by the successful Greaves family team, Hoek moved into the PRO 4WD championship. He finished 10th.

2012 Season

Racing PRO Light, Hoek started the season with a podium finish in Round 2 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. He finished seventh in the PRO Light Championship.

2011 Season

PRO Light Championship: 12th
Best finish: 4th (Red Bud and Crandon)

2010 Season

PRO Light Championship: 4th
Best finish: 2nd (Fall Crandon)