Mudda Cross- Hillarosa

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High Lifter’s own signature event, the Mudda-Cross, is one of the most exciting events!

Called by some to be the Nascar of the Mud Racing world, and in the style of the famous Florida Sippy Hole Races, this event consists of an oval track carved out of hillside and features water depths ranging from 6 inches to nearly 4 feet where 3 or more racers compete head-to-head for 3 laps.

Whether you want to compete or just want to watch, you don’t want to miss the Mudda-Cross!

Cut-off for registering to enter this event is Friday, March 29th at 12pm.

There is a mandatory meeting on Friday, March 29th at 1:30pm before the race begins to go over the rules about the event.

There is a $20 entry fee (per class) to participate in each race. 

 

**Reminder**   

DOT Helmets, boots and gloves must be worn during all competitions as well as long sleeve shirts and long pants. Motocross style boots are not required. No oilfield/construction hardhats or military helmets will be allowed. Boots mean waders, leather work boots, rubber knee boots, motocross boots, lace up boots, etc. over the ankles. This is intended to prevent sandals, flip flops, tennis shoes and any other type of open toe shoe. Racers must wear foot protection that will completely cover the foot and go over the ankle. Any glove that covers the entire hand to the wrist is acceptable.

Entry fee is $20 (per class)
You can register for this event at the information tent before Noon on the day of the event.
Cut-off for registering to enter this event is Friday, March 29th at 12pm.
You will need to collect your winnings at the information booth.

OVERALL RULES

A. Each ATV or RUV is Limited to two classes with the exception of the youth classes where the ATV may be shared between youth/adult.

B. Females may enter any class that their machine qualifies.

C. Drivers may run any ATV that qualifies for the class in which they are registered.

D. All vehicles entered must have a form of retrieval attached. Tow hooks, winches or tow ropes will provide a means for rescue.

E. Drivers may race up a class but not down a class.

F. Starting positions will be determined by random drawing of position numbers during registration.

G. High Lifter reserves the right to place drivers in correct class if driver registered his or her vehicle in the wrong class.

H. False starts will be recognized by restarting the race on the 1st offense. 2nd offenders will be disqualified.

I. Drivers must keep their machines inside of marked race course at all times during the heat. Drivers that are forced off of the track will not be punished for this offense. Drivers who exit the race course will receive a black flag.

J. Drivers, spectators or any other persons may not intentionally touch or aid any other driver during a heat. If extraordinary circumstances arise concerning this rule, the officials will make the final call on this matter.

K. Stock or production aftermarket fenders are required. Fenders may be trimmed up to two inches.

L. Drivers must have their unit at the staging area at the time designated by the officials. Any driver or machine not present for staging will take the risk of being disqualified.

M. Skis and utility attachments to units are not allowed. (plows, seeders, etc.)

N. Youth classes will be staged and ran first unless otherwise noted. Heats will be followed by Lite, Bogger, Pro A, Pro B, RUV, and Super Modified.

O. Anyone who races must be in good health and physical condition may compete.

P. ATV’s may not compete with RUV’s in same class.

Q. ATV substitutions or changes cannot be made after staging begins.

R. It is the driver’s responsibility to stop at the scorekeeper after each heat to report their finishing position to ensure that they are credited with right finishing order.

S. Participants should not consume any alcoholic beverages, drugs, or any other type of contraband on the day of the competitions. Any party found or reported to be under the
influence will be immediately disqualified from competition for that day.

T. Winner of race is determined by the first part of ATV/UTV to break the finish line’s invisible plane, not the driver or driver’s body parts.

CLASSES

Engine sizes based on Manufactures marketed units.
Example: A 2006 Polaris 700 Sportsman 4x4 is a 683cc engine competing in the Super Pro Class Lite Class

A. 0-450cc 2x4/4x4 ATV (marketed as)

B. Tires marketed and made for ATV or RUV use only. No Tracks, paddle tires, automotive tires, or agricultural tires.

C. Up to 3” shock bracket lift or shock pipe lift.

D. Factory frame, a-arms and a-arm locations, swing arms, trailing arms and stock length axles.

E. Must use original factory engine mated to particular unit equipped with original jugs and heads.

F. Must use stock or aftermarket shocks allowing suspension to travel.

G. Engine modifications limited to jet kits, air filter, performance programmers, exhaust and big bore kits.

H. Basic retail parts available to drivers may be used.

I. Participants may custom cut their tires as long as the tire is an approved ATV tire or the event, but cannot add any type of material to the treads.

Bogger Class

A. 451-750+cc 2x4/4x4 ATV (single cylinders only, size marketed as)

B. Tires marketed and made for ATV or RUV use only. No Tracks, paddle tires, automotive tires, or agricultural tires.

C. Up to 3” shock bracket lift or shock pipe lift.

D. Factory frame, a-arms and a-arm locations, swing arms, trailing arms and stock length axles.

E. Must use original factory engine mated to particular unit equipped with original jugs and heads.

F. Must use stock or aftermarket shocks allowing suspension to travel.

G. Engine modifications limited to jet kits, air filter, performance programmer, exhaust and big bore kits.

H. Basic retail parts available to drivers may be used.

I. Participants may custom cut their tires as long as the tire is an approved ATV tire for the event, but they cannot add any type of material to the treads.

Pro Class A

A. 500-1000+cc 2x4/4x4 ATV (marketed as) will include all twin cylinder ATVs 500 cc and up with a 53 inch or less wheelbase.

B. Tires marketed and made for ATV or RUV use only. No Tracks, paddle tires, automotive tires, or agricultural tires.

C. Up to 3” shock bracket lift or shock pipe lift.

D. Factory frame, a-arms and a-arm locations, swing arms, trailing arms and stock length axles.

E. Must use factory engine equipped with OEM cylinders and heads. Billet cylinders and heads are not allowed in this class.

F. Must use stock or aftermarket shocks allowing suspension to travel.

G. Engine modifications limited to jet kits, air filter, performance programmer’s, exhaust and big bore kits.

H. Basic retail parts available to drivers may be used.

I. Participants may custom cut their tires as long as the tire is an approved ATV tire for the event, but they cannot add any type of material to the treads.

J. Pro Class “A” ATVs can only race up to the Super Modified class. They cannot race in the Pro “B” class.

Pro Class B

A. 500-1000+cc 2x4/4x4 ATV (marketed as) will include all twin cylinder ATVs 500 cc and up with a wheelbase longer than 53 inches.

B. Tires marketed and made for ATV or RUV use only. No Tracks, paddle tires, automotive tires, or agricultural tires.

C. Up to 3” shock bracket lift or shock pipe lift.

D. Factory frame, a-arms and a-arm locations, swing arms, trailing arms and stock length axles.

E. Must use factory engine equipped with OEM cylinders and heads. Billet cylinders and heads are not allowed in this class.

F. Must use stock or aftermarket shocks allowing suspension to travel.

G. Engine modifications limited to jet kits, air filter, performance programmer’s, exhaust and big bore kits.

H. Basic retail parts available to drivers may be used.

I. Participants may custom cut their tires as long as the tire is an approved ATV tire for the event, but they cannot add any type of material to the treads.

J. Pro Class B ATVs can only race up to the Super Modified class.

Super Modified Class

A. 0-1000+cc 2x4/4x4 ATV (marketed as)

B. Tires marketed and made for ATV or RUV use only. No Tracks, paddle tires, automotive tires, or agricultural tires.

C. Must use original factory frame and any ATV/RUV engine mated to particular unit.

D. Additional Engine modifications such as alcohol, Nitrous Oxide Systems (NOS), superchargers, turbo systems and big bore kits are allowed.

E. ATV’s may not exceed 6’6” in width and 8’6” in length.

F. Production and custom suspension lifts, extended A-arms, extended swing arm, extended trailing arms and other modifications are allowed.

G. No hydraulic steering or hydraulic powered transmissions or drive train.

H. Participants may custom cut their tires as long as the tire is an approved ATV tire for the event, but they cannot add any type of material to the treads.

RUV Class

A. 0-1000+cc 2x4/4x4 RUV (marketed as)

B. Tires marketed and made for ATV or RUV use only. No Tracks, paddle tires, automotive tires, or agricultural tires.

C. May use factory engine from any ATV or RUV.

D. Passenger must be 16 years of age or older.

E. Engine modifications such as alcohol, Nitrous Oxide Systems (NOS), superchargers, turbo systems and big bore kits are allowed.

F. RUV may not exceed 18” over stock in width or 18” over stock in length.

G. Production and custom suspension lifts, extended A-arms, extended swing arm, extended trailing arms and other modifications are allowed.

H. No hydraulic steering or hydraulic powered transmissions or drive train.

I. Participants may custom cut their tires as long as the tire is an approved ATV tire for the event, but they cannot add any type of material to the treads.

J. Driver and passenger must remain in seat during race. Driver and passenger must keep their arms and legs inside RUV at all times, or they will be subject to disqualification. Only under severe rollover (rollover or crash) circumstances may a driver or passenger exit the RUV.

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