Nor Cal Rock Racing’s Championship Series(NCRR) has been named a 2013 Griffin King of the Hammers qualifier. Bringing another chance for 2 lucky Ultra4 teams to qualify for the 2013 KOH and make some money along the way to this prestigious race. There is $2000 allotted for Pro purses at each of the 3 rounds. For those of you that are unfamiliar with NCRR, it’s a 3 race series held on June 2nd, August 4th, and September 29th. The event is held at Prairie City SVRA in Rancho Cordova, CA, which is just 20 miles east of Sacramento. Classes include 4400, 4500, 4600, side x side stock and modified, along with sportsman, and street legal classes.
These races are an uncompromising test for Ultra4 teams to evaluate and challenge their cars at high speeds while still have to navigate through rock sections on a 3-4 mile course. The course has a little of everything, including rocks, jumps, whoops, quick turns, and some new obstacles for this year. Every round is a new challenging course allowing you to race side by side with up to 10 cars in a 3 moto format and really know what your vehicle and your team is capable of.
To qualify for the 2013 KOH spots you have to sign-up for all 3 rounds and the top 2 series points leaders take the spots home. If they are already qualified then those spots will go to the next qualified team. NCRR has been known to pull some biggest names in Ultra4 with the the top 2 teams from 2011 finishing respectively just out side of the top 20 at the 2012 Griffin King of the Hammers.
Nor Cal Rock Racing was founded by one of your own, Ultra4 racers, John Goodby history of racing and track building that exceeds 20 years. The races are known to be as much fun for the spectators as they are for the teams that are racing. He always keeps the spectators in mind when designing the courses so everyone can see all the action. For more information please visit their website at: www.norcalrockracing.com or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note; all qualified team vehicles in the 2013 King of the Hammers must be able to pass the King of the Hammers tech inspection in order to compete in the race.