National Rock Racing Association, SRRS, CRRS, NRRS
The National Rock Racing Association has been bringing you the highest level of professional off-road motorsports since 2012. Competitive rock crawling and hill climbing evolved very quickly in the Southeastern U.S. into what’s now commonly known as “Rock Bouncing”. Scoring points by completing obstacles with slow precision wasn’t enough for the pioneers of rock bouncing, they wanted to run those obstacles and extreme hills as fast as possible. As the terrain changed, so did the rock crawlers they were piloting. The horsepower increased, and the chassis and suspensions morphed into finely tuned, incredibly robust race machines.
The National Rock Racing Association was formed to give these extreme competitors an organized venue to show the world what they love doing. The off-road parks that we raced in became an integral part of growing the sport by working with us to provide the most challenging hills that the drivers could hope to race, as well as carving out the most spectacular viewing areas to watch the action. Both the NRRA Bouncer and UTV class race format and rules can be found here: RULES One of the concerns of extreme Rock Bouncing is the inherent danger associated with the sport.
The NRRA has been the leader in promoting driver and spectator safety on a number of levels. There are countless safety equipment mandates for both the drivers, their equipment, and their buggies. Even though there is a high level of confidence in the devices, precautions, and procedures that are in place today, the National Rock Racing Association along with the NRRA will continue to keep safety our number 1 goal.
As the sport of Rock Racing gets bigger every day, you can count on the National Rock Racing Association to continue bringing you the most exciting action with the best drivers in the world.