Dirt Riot Mountain Series Round 1, May 18th – Buckskin Hills Motorsports, Vernal, UT

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DRIVER REGISTRATION

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Buckskin Hills Motorsports Park
6700 E Brush Creek Rd
Vernal, UT 84078

Tickets Available Here

Standard Prices

Use Discount Code: DIRTRIOT19 to get 20% off most ticket prices
Tickets also available at gate

$15.00 Adult 16+
$5.00 Children 8-15
Kids 7 & Under Free
Military discount (with ID) $5.00 off gate price

Tickets Available Here
Spectator Info

Friday, May 17th

Registration: noon to 4:00 p.m.

NO Pre-running

Parade lap at 5:00 p.m.

Saturday, May 18th

Driver’s Meeting (ALL) 8:00 a.m. – If you don’t attend the driver’s meeting and passed tech you will not race.

Qualifying After Drivers Meeting

Two races – will split classes based on safety and overall speed

Awards After 2nd race.

Working with Bonneville Off Road Racing (BORR)
18 mile course
Up to 140 miles, approx. 8 laps
Anyone wishing to run in BORR for points can sign up for that separately and run races simultaneously

Dogs must be on a leash.
No open fires.
Spectator camping available.
Wristbands required for all onsite

About Dirt Riot

What is Dirt Riot Endurance Racing? In short, Awesome! If you are looking for the most fun and competitive off-road racing series that anyone from weekend wheelers to professional race teams can compete in, you have found it. Dirt Riot sets up races all across the U.S. each course and location brings new challenges for competitors. The courses typically range from 4-8 miles in length and each race is timed for 1-3 hours, depending on class, the team that completes the most laps in that time wins. Push your rig too hard and you will not last the full race, drive too mildly and fall behind the pace. The key is to learn the track and know your rig’s capabilities. Spectators will enjoy seeing competitors drifting corners, hitting jumps, and taking on difficult rock sections. Dirt Riot has the same race classes as Ultra4 as well as a few more to allow anyone to bring their rig out and compete. Most trail rigs can pass inspection with little to no modifications. This is perfect for a club trail day, challenge your club members to a full race then stay and watch the pros race on the same course you just did.