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2021 RULES

DRIVERS AND CO-PILOTS (ALL CLASSES)

  • If race officials feel that the driver or co-pilot are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, they will not be allowed to race.

  • All occupants of the race vehicle are required to abide by the same rules.

  • Fire suits are required and must have an SFI 3.2A/5 rating or better and be in good working order.  Fire suits that are damaged by rips or tears and or stained with petroleum based products must be discarded and replaced.  One piece fire suits are highly recommended and preferred over a two piece design.

  • Fire retardant or 100% cotton undergarments are required if wearing a two piece fire suit.

  • SFI rated racing gloves are required to be worn.

  • SFI rated shoes or slip on leather boots are required. 

  • SFI rated socks are required.

  • Snell SA2010 or SAH2010 or SA2015 or EA 2016 or SA2020, FULL FACE helmet with attached visor.  Visor must be maintained in the closed position while racing.  An air pump is highly recommended to prevent fogging of visor.

  • Neck protection must be a HANS or HYBRID type device.

  • Drivers must complete a race in the same vehicle in which they start a race with.

  • If a Driver feels another Driver has interfered with their run, the Driver has the option to shut down their rig immediately and wait for race personnel to determine if they can re-run.  If the Driver continues the course, then that time is counted.

  • If a Driver’s race vehicle is not able to run the course, the driver has until 1 minute past the last run of their class to get his car to the starting line and run the course without incurring a DNS (Did not Start).

UNLIMITED CLASS VEHICLES

  • Minimum allowable tire size is 37-inch diameter. No bolted tires or chains are allowed.

  • Master kill switch must be clearly visible from outside vehicle and accessible from all occupants of vehicle.

  • A 2.5 lb or equivalent fire extinguisher accessible by the driver and or co-pilot.  Ends in 2022

  • A 2.5 lb or equivalent fire extinguisher accessible from outside vehicle is required.

  • 2022 - A fire suppression system is required with nozzles at the fuel cell and engine.   If the suppression system is discharged, the vehicle will not be allowed to race until the unit is recharged.

  • A winch rated for the vehicle is recommended.

  • Roll cage must be tied into the main frame of the vehicle. Roll cage must be structurally sound and be capable of protecting all occupants of the vehicle during any crash.

  • 5-point harnesses are required and must be tied into the main frame of the vehicle. Harnesses must be in good working condition.

  • Side window safety nets OR arm restraints are required for each person in the vehicle.  

  • Window nets must extend from behind shoulder to 6" past the elbow while the occupant is strapped into their seat.  Window nets must be installed on the inside of the roll cage to prevent damage during a rollover.  Window nets must be able to be released by occupant unassisted in an emergency situation.  Window nets must be installed in a way to prevent detaching during normal racing.  Zip Ties, Rope, Tape or Velcro are NOT allowed to attach window safety nets.  Window net spring bars are highly recommended. The bottom must be secured with attachments that are stronger than the net itself, such as steel hose clamps or window net bar.  Single seat vehicles must have window nets on both sides of vehicle. 

  • Arm restraints must be worn properly and clipped into harness.  Arm restraints must be worn on the upper forearm close to the elbow and clipped into harness latch.  If arm restraints are utilized, the driver must visually show they are attached and adjusted properly to the start line judge before being allowed to start.

  • The roof of the vehicle must be designed so that limbs cannot protrude through during a rollover event.  It is highly recommended that the roof of the vehicle be covered with either a permanently attached solid panel on the inside or outside of cage or window net type material on the inside of the cage.

  • The fuel cell must have a roll over check valve installed.  Fuel vent line must extend from fuel cell to one side of vehicle across the width of the vehicle, and down to the belly of vehicle or below the fuel cell, whichever is lower. 

  • 2022 - The fuel cell along with fuel pump must be separated from the cockpit by a firewall.  If the fuel cell and or pump are inside the cockpit, the fuel cell and pump must be surrounded by an enclosed firewall to prevent fuel from leaking into cockpit.  Fuel cell with bladder is highly recommended. Rule is still under discussion.

  • All occupants in vehicle must be protected with an attached skid plate to prevent objects from entering cockpit.

  • If the vehicle catches on fire, the vehicle will be retired from racing the remainder of the day.

  • A visual inspection will take place at the starting line, to make sure that the vehicle is safe as well as to assure that all occupants of vehicle are properly secured.

 

SXS CLASS VEHICLES

  • ​Drivetrain must be “UTV”, “SXS” or “Powersports” branded.

  • A 2.5 lb or equivalent fire extinguisher accessible by the driver and or co-pilot.  Ends in 2022

  • A 2.5 lb or equivalent fire extinguisher accessible from outside vehicle is required.

  • 2022 - A fire suppression system is required with nozzles at yhefuel cell and engine.  If the suppression system is discharged, the vehicle will not be allowed to race until the unit is recharged.

  • A winch rated for the vehicle is highly recommended.  However, it is not required.

  • Roll cage must be tied into the main frame of the vehicle. Roll cage must be structurally sound and be capable of protecting all occupants of the vehicle during any crash.  Stock roll cages are NOT advised.

  • 5-point harnesses are required and must be tied into the main frame of the vehicle. Harnesses must be in good working condition.

  • Side window safety nets OR arm restraints are required for each person in the vehicle.  

  • Window nets must extend from behind shoulder to 6" past the elbow while the occupant is strapped into their seat.  Window nets must be installed on the inside of the roll cage to prevent damage during a rollover.  Window nets must be able to be released by occupant unassisted in an emergency situation.  Window nets must be installed in a way to prevent detaching during normal racing.  Zip Ties, Rope, Tape or Velcro are NOT allowed to attach window safety nets.  Window net spring bars are highly recommended. The bottom must be secured with attachments that are stronger than the net itself, such as steel hose clamps or window net bar.  Single seat vehicles must have window nets on both sides of vehicle. 

  • Arm restraints must be worn properly and clipped into harness.  Arm restraints must be worn on the upper forearm close to the elbow and clipped into harness latch.  If arm restraints are utilized, the driver must visually show they are attached and adjusted properly to the start line judge before being allowed to start.

  • The roof of the vehicle must be designed so that limbs cannot protrude through during a rollover event.  It is highly recommended that the roof of the vehicle be covered with either a permanently attached solid panel on the inside or outside of cage or window net type material on the inside of the cage.

  • The fuel cell must have a roll over check valve installed.  Fuel vent line must extend from fuel cell to one side of vehicle across the width of the vehicle, and down to the belly of vehicle or below the fuel cell, whichever is lower. 

  • 2022 - The fuel cell along with the fuel pump must be separated from the cockpit by a firewall.  If the fuel cell and or pump are inside the cockpit, the fuel cell and pump must be surrounded by an enclosed firewall to prevent fuel from leaking into cockpit.  Fuel cell with bladder is highly recommended.  Rule is still under discussion.

  • All occupants in vehicle must be protected with an attached skid plate to prevent objects from entering cockpit.

  • If the vehicle catches on fire, the vehicle will be retired from racing the remainder of the day.

  • A visual inspection will take place at the starting line, to make sure that the vehicle is safe as well as to assure that all occupants of vehicle are properly secured.

Safety Tech Inspection & Emergency Exit Procedure

 

As of 3/29/2021 Point1 Off Road Racing, LLC will require all racers to pass a Safety Tech Inspection prior to being allowed to race.  The safety tech will be a one time per year inspection where personal protective/safety equipment as well as the race vehicle will be inspected.  Minor infractions will be given time to correct.  Major infractions will not be allowed to race.  A visual inspection will be performed before each race.  Any issues found during the visual inspection may cause you not to be able to race.

 

During the tech inspection, we will require you to strap into the vehicle and will do a timed emergency exit procedure.  This test will be done with all safety gear on.

 

EMERGENCY EXIT PROCEDURE

 

  1. Place vehicle into Park.

  2. Kill the power to the vehicle with the master safety switch.

  3. Remove the steering wheel.

  4. Unlatch harness and/or arm restraints.

  5. Unlatch window net if applicable.

  6. Climb out/away from the vehicle.

 

 

 

 

Point1 Off Road Racing, LLC Reserves The Right To Make Corrections And To Interpret The Rules As They Deem Necessary

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ENTRY FEES & PAYOUT INFORMATION

DRIVER ENTRY FEE

 

  • Unlimited Class is $200.00 per race.

    • Includes Driver plus one entry into park.

  • UTV Class is $150.00 per race.  

    • Includes Driver plus one entry into park.

  • Discounted entry fee ends the Sunday before race day.

  • There are no refunds or rain checks for entry fees.

 

PAYOUTS

  • Unlimited Class Guaranteed Payouts.  End of season points payouts for 1st, 2nd and 3rd.

  • 1st:  $3,000  |  2nd:  $2,000  |  3rd:  $1,000

  • 4th:  $400  |  5th:  $300  |  6th:  $200  |  7th:  $100  |  8th:  $100  |  9th:  $100  |  10th:  $100

 

  • SXS Class Guaranteed Payouts.  End of season points payouts for 1st, 2nd and 3rd.

  • 1st - $1,500  |  2nd - $700  |  3rd - $400 |  4th - $200  |  5th - $100

  • Top 10 Unlimited Class and Top 5 SXS Class will return to run a 3rd course for a combined time of all three courses during a race.  Top 5 SXS will race immediately following SXS heats.  Top 10 Unlimited will run after top 5 SXS.

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