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    2019 Rules

    To be fair, we wanted to update our race rules so that everyone has the same information to follow.

    FORMAT INFO

    1.     Hill Killin’- Hill Killin’ is exactly what the title says. Extreme hills that are not for the faint of heart. If you are looking for woods course this is not your format. All Courses will be difficult with challenges such as rollover risks, off camber spots, ledges, rocky terrain, loose dirt, and vertical sections. You can expect fun courses that are climbable but will test your machine and your guts!

    2019- Hill Killin’ points series for Rock Bouncers and UTV Racers. Each event will consist of 2 passes. This may be on 1 hill or 2 hills depending on the park and terrain. There will be 5 events, but only 4 total that will count towards the points. The winner will be determined by fastest overall combined time for the day. Each finishing spot will corollate with that positions points to be tracked all season to determine who the Pro Rock Champion will be! Come race and collect all the points you can to be crowned the best of the best! Can you hang with the best?

    A. Points Example-

    1.     John Doe – 100 points

    2.     Jim Doe- 94 points

    3.      James Smith- 89 points

    4.     Tripp Lecroy- 85 points

    5.     Brandon Cameron- 82 points

    6.     Timmie Davis- 80 points

    7.     Cash Pullen- 79 points

                            And 1 point each consecutively for each remaining position

    B. Number of Racers- 50 max per class per event

    C. The Tape Is a guide and there is no penalty for breaking tape, but you must not avoid any obstacles that are part of the race course outlined in the Driver’s meeting.

    D. The Timers being used are Farm-Tec Dual timing system with a primary and a backup in case of failure. Display screens will be present at all events for the primary timer. In the event of the main timer fails the secondary time will be used.

    E. If there is no time on either timer the Driver must make another pass to receive time.

    F. You will Be allowed 120 to 180 seconds on each course. When time expires you must leave the hill without further damaging the race hill for other competitors.

    G. Any tire compound or tire 37” or taller will be allowed for 2019. NO BOLTS

    2.     Knockout- Knockout Racing is the most extreme race format on the planet. Combine Hill Killin’ with multiple competitors on a hill fighting their way to the finish line first to advance to the next round. Knockout is a double elimination bracket style race. There can be as little as 2 racers and as many as 10 racers per heat where space allows it. This is a wild, action packed, no guts - no glory format that will leave you pumped up and begging for more!

    a.     Max limit of racers per class is 32.

    b.     Double Elimination Bracket style

    c.     The winner of the loser’s bracket can race in the finals against the undefeated drivers. If it is only 2 drivers the Loser Bracket Winner must bet the other driver twice to win.

    d.     Pays top 4 spots.

     

    3.     Short Course- There is no greater thrill than lining up against other competitors for wheel to wheel, high speed, high flying action. Short course racing is a ton of fun and always gets the crowd on their feet. Tracks generally have multiple laps consisting of whoops, jumps, table tops, tight turns, fast corners, straight-away areas, and sometimes water obstacles.

    a.     Max limit of racers per class is 32.

    b.     Double Eliminations Bracket style

    c.      From 4 to 12 racers at a time on per Heat.

    d.     Loser Bracket winners can race in the finals for the main event purse.

    e.     Pro UTV class may have NA and Turbo class restrictions depending on number of racers.

    4.     Survival- Survival racing is our own unique brand of Endurance racing. Racers can expect to have all limits stretched, all skills tested, and all weak points in their machines found. Courses will consist of rocks, ledges, tight woods, open straight-away, uphill, downhill, side-hill, steep climbs, water crossings, mud, and any other obstacle we can find to test their limits!

    a.     Max limit of racers per class is 50

    b.     Racers will qualify with timing systems to determine start order

    c.     All races will be lap races or corrected time which will be specified in the driver meeting.

    d.     All cars must pass tech to be allowed to race by a Pro Rock/Pro UTV official

    e.     The race lengths will be as follow per class: (may be subject to adjustment)

                                                   i.     Pro Rock Stock Class- 1hr

                                                  ii.     Pro Rock Modified- 1hr

                                                iii.     Pro Rock Unlimited- 2hrs

                                                iv.     Pro UTV Unlimited- 1hr

    5.     Team Challenge- The Team Challenge is designed to have a group of 6 racers minimum working together to compete in a series of events to see who can come out victorious! The events are subject to change at each event. Below is an example of how the points system works and the events we used in 2017.

    a.     There may be certain requirements also to the teams, such as at minimum one female racer and one person under the age of 15.

    b.     All team members must compete in at least 1 event. 

    c.      Minimum of 5 teams, max of 8 teams

    General Safety Rules for all Classes

    1.     Roll Cages

    1.1.  Material

    1.1.1. All roll cages shall be constructed of at minimum 1 ¾” DOM tubing.  Structure bars shall be at minimum .120 wall thickness.

    1.1.1.1.          UTV Factory Roll cages must have supports or gussets added in pillar corners.

    1.1.2. All roll cages must be constructed of steel. No aluminum tubing or other materials shall be used in roll cage construction.

    1.1.3. All tubing shall be in sound condition at the start of the race. Compromised tubes must be cut out and replaced

    1.2.  Construction

    1.2.1. Roll cages must be connected in at least 6 points to the factory frame.

    1.2.2. All tie ins shall be free of cracks or defects.

    1.2.3. Roll cage/bars must provide at minimum 3” clearance from the occupant’s helmet while strapped in the seat with all safety gear on. 

    1.2.4. All welds must be free of cracks and defects prior to start of the race.

    1.3.  Roof

    1.3.1. Vehicles must be equipped with a steel/aluminum roof covering the occupants of the vehicle



    2.    
    Seats and Driver restraints

    2.1.  Driver Restraints

    2.1.1.  All vehicles shall be equipped with a 4-point harness for driver/co driver minimum (5 points highly suggested)

    2.1.2. Harness must be connected to the roll cage of the vehicle

    2.1.3. Harness must be in sound condition

    2.1.4. Harness shall be less than 3 years from the date on the harness

    2.1.5.Harness must be quick release style

    2.1.6. Harness shall be worn every time the vehicle is in motion

    2.1.7. Harness shall not be sewn together shoulder straps to lap belts.

    2.2.  Seats

    2.2.1. All seats must be attached to the roll cage

    2.2.2. Mounts shall be free of cracks or defects

    2.2.3. Aftermarket suspension or containment style seats are required for all classes (i.e. Suspension style, ISP, Kirky)

    2.2.4. All seats must have pass-thru slots for harnesses.

    2.3.  Window Nets

    2.3.1. Must be securely attached to the vehicle with a quick release style latch

    2.3.2. Must be capable of keeping occupant contained in the vehicle during a roll over

    2.3.3. If you do not have window nets Wrist Restraints are required on both arms Driver and Co-Driver.



    3.    
    Fuel System

    3.1.  Fuel cell

    3.1.1. All vehicles will be required to have aftermarket fuel cell (Survival Classes Only)

    3.1.1.1.          UTV machines excluded from rule 3.1.1

    3.1.2. Fuel cell must be mounted with bolts or straps.

    3.1.3. Fuel cells are required to be constructed with internal bladder

    3.1.4. Must have non-vented style fuel cap

    3.2.  Vents

    3.2.1. All vents must be routed in a way not to allow fuel to be spilled in the event of a roll over

    3.2.2. Must contain a one-way check valve and a ball valve style shutoff that is accessible from outside the vehicle.


     

    4.     Firewalls

    4.1.  Firewalls

    4.1.1. All vehicles must have a full firewall to protect occupants from the event of a fire

    4.1.2. Firewalls shall be free of any holes

    4.1.3. Must be constructed of steel or aluminum

    4.1.4. Firewalls shall separate the passenger compartment from engines, transmissions, transfer cases, and fuel cells.



    5.    
    Lights and Sirens

    5.1.  All vehicles are required have at least one forward facing light

    5.2.  All vehicles are required to have a working brake and tail light (Survival only)

    5.3.  All vehicles are required to have one rear facing amber light that must remain on anytime the vehicles ignition is in the on position.  (Survival Only)

    5.4.  All Survival machines are required to have a horn or siren to be heard at no less than 100 ft with engine running



    6.    
    Recovery Equipment

    6.1.  All vehicles are required to have a winch capable of helping self-recovering a vehicle in the event of a roll over

    6.2.  Winches should contain a synthetic rope

    6.3.  Mobile winches are allowed



    7.    
    Wiring

    7.1.  Wiring must be routed in a safe and secure manure .

    7.2.  Vehicles must have a shut off switch that kills all power

    7.2.1.Switch must be mounted where it can be reached by the driver/co-driver while fully restrained in vehicle

    7.2.2. Switch shall be labeled with on/off positions



    8.    
    Safety Equipment

    8.1.  Fire Extinguishers

    8.1.1. Vehicles shall be equipped with minimum of One fire extinguisher. (2 Are preferred)

    8.1.2. One must be located within reach of driver/co-driver while fully restrained in vehicle

    8.2.  Safety kit  (Survival Classes Only)

    8.2.1. One safety kit must be located within reach of driver/co-driver while fully restrained in vehicle

    8.2.2. Safety kit should include first aid and also food and water in the event of a lengthy wait for recovery



    9.    
    Numbers

    9.1.  Shall be highly visible from any side of vehicle.

    9.2.  To request a number please email joey@prorockracing.com (first come, first serve basis)

    10. Driver Safety
    10.1 Helmets
    10.1.1. DOT or Snell approved Helmets must be worn at all times
    10.1.2. Must be no visible cracks or flaws in helmet at start of race
    10.1.3. Helmet must have a functional chin strap.
    10.1.4. Helmet must have a visor or goggle system for eye protection
    10.2 Neck Restraint
    ​10.2.1 All drivers and co drivers must have a Hans style neck restraint system or similar on at all times
    ​10.2.2 No neck rings will be allowed
    10.3 Fire Suit
    ​10.3.1 All drivers and co drivers must have an SFI rated fire suit to be worn at all times
    ​10.3.2 Fire Resistant gloves and foot wear are highly recommended
    10.4 Radio System (Survival Mandatory)
    ​10.4.1 All Vehicles should be equipped with a radio system to be reached by race control
    ​10.4.2 All Vehicles should have a radio to call for help in the event of an emergency
    10.5 Window Nets or Arm restraints are required for all occupants.

    11.   Fluid Containment

    11.1     All vehicles must contain catch cans capable of containing all fluids in the event of a roll over

     

    Pro Rock Survival Class Rules

    Stock Class Rules

    MUST MEET ALL GENERAL SAFETY RULES

    1.     Vehicle Construction

    1.1.   All vehicles shall be construction from a factory manufactured base of at least 1,000 units

    1.2.   Vehicle must contain the full factory frame from center line of front axle to center line of rear axle.

    1.2.1. Frame must retain all factory dimension for width and height

    1.2.2.  Extensive Modification to the factory rails are prohibited

    1.2.2.1.          Repair and reinforcement is allowed 

    1.3.   Frame must be from the same make and model as the body.

    1.4.   The vehicle must have a grill/hood/side body panels that resembles the factory vehicle used for construction

    2.     Engine

    2.1.   Engine must be from the same make and model as the frame.

    2.1.1. Swaps between different years of same make/model are allowed

    2.2.   Any and all modifications to the factory engine are allowed i.e. Forced induction, nitrous

    3.     Transmission

    3.1.   Any and all transmission can be used

    4.     Transfer case

    4.1.   Any and all transfer cases can be used

    5.     Axles

    5.1.   Any and all axles assemblies can be used

    6.     Suspension

    6.1.   All suspension shall be "factory type” for model/make of frame

    6.1.1. Vehicle suspension shall be the same orientation it left the factory with.

    6.1.1.1.          Long arm style suspensions are allowed.

    6.1.1.2.          Suspension components that locate the axle must be attached to the factory frame. 

    6.2.   Shocks

    6.2.1. One shock per corner of the vehicle

    6.2.1.1.          Shock shall not be capable of supporting vehicle weight unless equipped from the factory (I.E. coil overs).

    6.2.1.2.          Air bumps are not considered a shock

    6.2.1.3.          Shock shall be no larger than 3” measured diameter or 16” measure travel

    6.2.1.4.          Bypass style shocks are allowed

    7.     Steering

    7.1.   Steering shall be in the orientation as factory make/model of frame

    7.1.1.Steering boxes must be located in the factory position

    7.1.2. Full hydraulic steering is prohibited 

    8.     Tires

    8.1.   Any and all tires are allowed (stickies and race only tires are allowed)

    8.2.   Tire inflation systems allowed

     

    Modified Class

    MUST MEET ALL GENERAL SAFETY RULES

    1.      Vehicle Construction

    1.1.   Vehicles construction

    1.1.1. Engine must be located in front of the occupants. Back of motor shall be no farther back than the front of the occupant’s seats

    1.1.2. Must have two seats mounted side by side.

    2.     Engine

    2.1.   Any and all automotive based engines shall be used

    2.2.   Any and all modifications to the factory engine are allowed i.e. Forced induction, nitrous

    3.     Transmission

    3.1.   Any and all transmission shall be used

    4.     Transfer case

    4.1.   Any and all transfer cases shall be used

    5.     Axles

    5.1.   Any and all axles assemblies shall be used

    6.     Suspension

    6.1.   Any and all solid axle suspension designs shall be used.

    6.2.   Shocks

    6.2.1. Shocks directly attached to the axle assemblies

    6.2.1.1.          Vehicles allowed two 2.5” diameter/14” travel shocks per corner if attached directly from chassis to axle assemblies.

    6.2.2. Shocks not attached directly to axle assemblies on any part of the vehicle (i.e trailing arms)

    6.2.2.1.          Vehicles allowed One shock 3.5” diameter/16” travel per corner

    7.     Steering

    7.1.   Any and all steering orientations shall be used

    8.     Tires

    8.1.   Any and all tires are allowed (stickies and race only tires are allowed)

    8.2.   Tire inflation systems allowed

     

     

    Unlimited Class

    MUST MEET ALL GENERAL SAFETY RULES

    1.     Vehicle Construction

    1.1.   Any and all vehicle design/orientation can be used

    2.     Engine

    2.1.   Any and all engine can be used 

    3.     Transmission

    3.1.   Any and all transmission can be used

    4.     Transfer case

    4.1.   Any and all transfer cases can be used

    5.     Axles

    5.1.   Any and all axles assemblies can be used

    6.     Suspension

    6.1.   Any and all suspension design can be used

    7.     Steering

    7.1.   Any and all steering orientations shall be used

    8.     Tires

    8.1.   Any and all tires are allowed (stickies and race only tires are allowed)

    8.2.   Tire inflation systems or liners allowed

    Pro UTV Survival Class Rules

    Pro and Pro/AM

    MUST MEET ALL GENERAL SAFETY RULES

    1.     Vehicle Construction

    1.1   Any and all vehicle design/orientation can be used

    1.2  The Machine must be under 15’ long, 85” wide, and weigh under 2800 pounds to meet UTV class requirement, all others will race in the Unlimited Full Size class.

    2.     Engine

    2.1  Any and all Powersports engine can be used

    2.2  No full Size automotive engines will be allowed

    3.     Transmission

    3.1  Any and all Powersports transmission can be used

    3.2  No full size automotive vehicle transmissions will be allowed

    4.     Differentials

    4.1  Any and all Powersports manufactured UTV specific differential can be used

    4.2  Any direct replacement aftermarket UTV specific Differential is allowed

    5.     Axles

    5.1  Any and all independent axles assemblies can be used

    5.2  No Straight Axles

    6.     Suspension

    6.1  Any and all suspension design can be used except straight axle setups

    7.     Steering

    7.1  Any and all steering orientations shall be used

    8.     Tires

    8.1  Any and All tires allowed

    8.2  Any and all tire liners, inflation's systems, or tire balls allowed