Corry Weller

Corry Weller


Corry Weller began her racing career on the motocross track in 2001, after deciding she wanted to play in the dirt with the big boys. Shattering stereotypes and surprising fellow racers throughout the industry, this Arizona native couldn’t get enough of big air, dirty roost, and the thrill of competition.

She knew as soon as she saw her first short-course race in 2006 that she had found her calling. With the help of her husband Jason Weller and their successful UTV business, Corry began racing short-course in 2007 in the highly competitive UTV class, going Pro after only her first few races.

Her driving style drew the attention of many, as did her work ethic at the track. Known for driving smooth, driving smart and being fast, it also wasn’t unusual to see her cleaning off mud or working side by side with her husband and crew on her race vehicle.

In 2010, Corry became the “winningest” female short-course racer in history, barely missing the championship. In 2011, she stacked on the wins and won the championship in the SR1 class - and she wasn’t done making history.

When she’s not in her race battling it out, Corry is easily accessible to her growing number of fans and enjoys the opportunities she has to talk with her fellow race enthusiasts.

 

Race Vehicles:

Can-Am Maverick X3 - Lucas Oil Offroad Series

Yamaha YXZ 1000R - BITD Series

Equipped with: Demon X-Treme Heavy Duty Axles