NRRA RULES

TEAM RACING REQUIREMENTS

2020 SRRS SCORING & POINTS POINT SYSTEM PER HILL

1st ---- 50 points
2nd ---- 47 points
3rd ---- 44 points
4th ---- 42 points
5th ---- 41 points
6th ---- 40 points
7th ---- 39 points
8th ---- 38 points
9th ---- 37 points
10th ---- 36 points
11th ---- 35 points
12th ---- 34 points
13th ---- 33 points

14th ---- 32 points
15th ---- 31 points
16th ---- 30 points
17th ---- 29 points
18th ---- 28 points
19th ---- 27 points
20th ---- 26 points
21st ---- 25 points
22nd ---- 24 points
23rd ---- 23 points
24th ---- 22 points
25th ---- 21 points
26th ---- 20 points

27th ---- 19 points
28th ---- 18 points
29th ---- 17 points
30th ---- 16 points
31st ---- 15 points
32nd ---- 14 points
33rd ---- 13 points
34th ---- 12 points
35th ---- 11 points
36th and below ---- 10 points
Attempting a Hill ---- 10 points
Breaking the beam ---- 5 points

2020 SRRS SAFETY & EQUIPMENT

- Roll cage tied into the frame. If roll cage is damaged or dented and jeopardizes the structural ability of of the cage, SRRS officials will determine if the rig is safe to race.

- SRRS RII System is required for Bouncer Class. You must have the RII System installed and working during the drivers meeting. No sharing allowed. For more information CLICK HERE

- 5pt. Harness is the minimum requirement for seat belts.

- DOT Helmet must be worn (and buckled) at all times.

- SRRS RII System is required. (Contact us to purchase this system)

- Hans/neck brace is required. Foam neck braces do not qualify.

- Any failure to meet these safety rules may result in a penalty

- Wrist Restraint or window nets/roof panels are required. Any arm that can extend beyond the roll cage must be secured by a wrist restraint.

- Fire suit must be worn while racing. 2 layer minimum.

- Wrist Restraints or window nets are required.

- Eye protection required

- All occupants must be secure before the car moves

- 39 inch or bigger tires

- Must have manual kill switch that shuts off fuel pump and ignition With one switch, and is easily reached by the driver and passenger.

- Must have 2 working fire extinguishers, one within easy reach of the driver

- Media must be approved by SRRS for access, and have green, orange, or yellow media vest.

- Barriers will be used to keep spectators back, and if you are across the line, then you will be escorted from property. Safety has always been top priority for SRRS, and we will enforce these safety rules above everything else.

- If we put a time on a hill, its to keep someone from trying for a long time and still not making it. If it looks like you may still climb it we will allow you continue for a short time after the time limit.

- Must have roll over valve in the vent hose for fuel cell.

- A catch can or proper venting system must be used for vented fluids (Steering, transmission,etc)

- Registration closes 2 weeks prior to each event. This is to allow us to film the pre race show and draw the running order. Late registration may be allowed but will be an additional $100 added to the entry fee. Running order for late entries will be decided by the SRRS team. We may decline late registration depending on number of entries.

- It is up to the race team to make sure your rig is ready and passes tech inspection. SRRS officials make the final decision to pass or fail a race rig. We will do tech inspections starting Friday before the race, and will continue to inspect rigs up to 1 hour before drivers meeting. If your rig fails tech then you have until one hour before the drivers meeting to bring your rig up to code. So if you are unsure about your set up, make sure you get there early so you will have time to make repairs before the final tech insp.

- There shall be NO consumption of Alcohol

- ALL vehicles are subject to a tech inspection at any time and discharged from competition if deemed unsafe or doesn’t meet the requirements.

- A competitor found to have consumed alcohol during the competition (you must abstain until you’ve completed your last pass) will be discharged from the race that day.

UTV CLASS SAFETY AND EQUIPMENT

- 6 point Roll cage tied into the frame. If roll cage is damaged or dented and jeopardizes the structural ability of of the cage, SRRS officials will determine if the rig is safe to race.

- Wrist Restraints or Window nets/Roof Panels are required.

- Hans/neck brace is required. Foam neck braces do not qualify.

- 5pt. Harness is the minimum requirement for seat belts.

- DOT Helmet must be worn (and buckled) at all times.

- Fire suit must be worn while racing. 2 layer minimum.

- Must have 1 fire extinguisher easily reached by the driver.

- Eye protection is required.

- All occupants must be secure before the car moves.

- Registration closes 2 weeks prior to each event. This is to allow us to film the pre race show and draw the running order. Late registration may be allowed but will be a $200 entry fee. Running order for late entries will be decided by the SRRS team. We may decline late registration depending on number of entries.

- Media must be approved by SRRS for access, and have green, orange, or yellow media vest.

- Barriers will be used to keep spectators back, and if you are across the line, then you will be escorted from property. Safety has always been top priority for SRRS, and we will enforce these safety rules above everything else.

- If we put a time on a hill, its to keep someone from trying for a long time and still not making it. If it looks like you may still climb it we will allow you continue for a short time after the time limit.

- It is up to the race team to make sure your rig is ready and passes tech inspection. SRRS officials make the final decision to pass or fail a race rig. We will do tech inspections starting Friday before the race, and will continue to inspect rigs up to 1 hour before drivers meeting. If your rig fails tech then you have until one hour before the drivers meeting to bring your rig up to code. So if you are unsure about your set up, make sure you get there early so you will have time to make repairs before the final tech inspection.

NRRA RC Class

The goal of this race series is to duplicate the race atmosphere and performance of 1:1 rock bouncers. RC rock bouncers need to resemble 1:1 rock bouncers in every way. From the tires to the chassis. If event coordinators feel the driver/builder has failed to do that, you will not be allowed to participate.

RULES

**MUST BE SHAFT DRIVEN**
Examples of Acceptable rigs: Axial Bomber, Wraith, Yeti, G-Made GOM, Losi Rock Rey (excluded: Slash, Revo, UDR, Yeti XL, SCX10, SCX10 ii, short course vehicles etc…)

***Custom RC Rock Bouncer Chassis’***
- Must be a round tube or solid rod chassis, either plastic or metal.

- The chassis must resemble a rock bouncer or Ultra 4 car.

- Twin Vertical Plates (TVP) are not allowed.

- Comp RC Crawler chassis’ are not allowed.

- Short course cars are not allowed. However, a chassis builder can build a chassis, and use the drivetrain and suspension from a donor vehicle. For example, the drivetrain and upper and lower A-arms, differentials, etc. from a Tekno short course car. Excluded examples would be the body, chassis plate, and shock towers. If you have questions about this, contact event coordinators for clarification.

- Max Tire size - 6”

- If you go out of bounds, you can re-enter the course in the same place or lower down on the hill, you can not progress out of bounds.

- No hand of God
Fixability

- In 1:1 rock bouncer racing, the driver can fix any issues with his buggy, and continue up the hill, but can receive no outside help. For the RC class, if you experience trouble (i.e. your battery comes unplugged), the driver can fix the issue, but the buggy will not be moved or rolled back over to work on it.

- Further, parts can be swapped out in between hills (i.e. swapping out a broken axle).

- If you’re not ready and it’s your turn, you will be put at the back of the line. If you’re still not ready, when the entire rotation goes through, you will get a DNF for that hill.

- Tires CAN be swapped out (example: putting boggers on the back) in between hills.

DRIVER ORDER

The drivers order will be picked the week before the race. It will consist of drivers who have signed up for the year and who have pre-registered online. IF you fail to pre-register, you can still register the day of the race. The price will be $40 (please bring exact change). At the start of the race, the driver who drew number one will have the option of making the late entries go in front of him. The late entries order will be the last entry will go first and the rest will be in order in which they signed up.

DISPUTES/Questions

- Any and all disputes must be handled in a professional manner at all times.

- Any and all disputes must be handled by email to Drivers@SouthernRockRacing.com within 48 hours after the last race day of the event where the occurrence took place.

- SRRS will respond within 72 hours of any request of a dispute. Include any information that will help us determine a decision.

- Any failure to maintain a professional conduct may result in a penalty or disqualification.

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