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 2010 PSR Rules & Schedule

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PostSubject: 2010 PSR Rules & Schedule   Tue Dec 08, 2009 9:13 pm

General Rules and Regulations

All classes, except for the open class, will be determined by the Advertised CC’s and the number of cylinders in the ATV.




DOT Helmets with chin guard (motocross style) and over the ankle foot ware must and gloves be worn during any competition as well as long sleeve shirts and long pants.


PSR reserves the right to make rule changes or decisions as it sees fit to promote fairness in the competition. All decisions by PSR are final.


All entrants must sign a waiver in advance releasing PSR and sponsors from liability. A parent or guardian who will execute the waiver must accompany entrants less than 18 years of age. No one under the age of 16 may participate.


Race Committee will have final decision on any call that is disputed during the race.


If a racer receives a first round bye they will not be required to run through the pit and will not receive heat points.


If a rider registers for the wrong class that rider will be moved to the appropriate class and given the opportunity to race. If a race unit exceeds a class then it will be bumped to the next highest class. If it doesn’t meet that class, it will be bumped to the next highest class. In other words, it will be allowed to run in the smallest class it qualifies for – not automatically raised to the highest class. No refunds will be given if the rider chooses not race.


Entrants may enter any class that they are not disqualified from entering. In other words, a racer can race in their class or in a higher class. You cannot race down a class.


Each ATV can only race twice at each event. No Exceptions!


J. Skimming will NOT be allowed in any class.

The feature race will always have three racers. If two racers race for the 3rd spot in the feature race, the winner will be the Wild Card. The Wild Card heat winner will not receive any points in the Wild Card heat but will be eligible for points in the feature race.


Riders must be at least 16 to enter PSR events.


In the event that any participant is observed operating his or her machine in an unsafe or unsportsmanlike manner they may be disqualified and excluded from competition or banned from future events.


All ATVs and RUVs entered in an event must have a means of attaching a tow rope to the ATV or RUV should it become disabled or stuck during the event. It shall be the responsibility of the racer to attach the tow line to the race vehicle. Regardless of whom attaches the tow line, the racer assumes full responsibility should additional damage occur.


Starting line position is determined by poker chip numbers the racers draw during registration. The lowest number drawn for the first heat will start the race from the left lane. The second lowest number in the next position to the right and so on. This process will be repeated for as many riders as are in the given heat. Subsequent heats and rounds will always line up left to right in the order lowest number and heat run. For example, whoever wins the first heat will have the left lane again in the second round.


If a rider commits a false start, (leaving the gate early) the rider will receive a warning and the race will be restarted. If a rider commits a second false start, this rider will be disqualified and the race will be restarted.


Boundaries of the mud bog will be clearly marked with flags, stakes, and/or banners. Participants who partially leave the course with any portion of their ATV or RUV will be disqualified. If the racer is pushed out of bounds the line official will make the ruling and that ruling will be final.


All racers arriving at the starting line must be ready to race without any work being done to the race unit. Work may not be performed on the race unit staged at the starting line. This does include allowing up to 2 minutes to start the engine if it dies.


Other than incidental contact by other racers, no person may touch the participating ATV/RUV during the race. If any other party touches the participating ATV/RUV during the course of the race, the rider will be immediately disqualified. An example of this is a racer’s friend thinking he is in trouble and jumping in to keep the unit from turning over without the racer wanting or asking for help.


Participants may push their ATV if they become stuck. There is no one foot rule.


All occupants of RUVs must stay in the RUV cockpit throughout the race. If the RUV becomes stuck or disabled neither the driver nor the passenger may get out to push for safety reasons.


Every racer assumes full responsibility and liability for racing. Racing is a dangerous sport, even with all the safety precautions that are taken.


Participants should not consume any alcohol beverages, drugs or any contraband on the day of the competitions. Any participant found under the influence of alcohol or drugs may be immediately disqualified from the competition and future races.


Class Rules
CCs are determined by the Adverted CC’s


Mud Bog

Open Class

Any ATV may participate. All ATVs must run ATV tires specifically designed and marketed for ATV use. No tracks, automotive tires or agricultural tires are allowed to run in this class. Paddle tires designed and marketed for ATVs will be allowed to run in this class. Participants may custom cut their tires as long as the tire is an approved ATV tire for the event, but cannot add any type of material to the treads. Axle paddles, wheel paddles and dual wheels will not be allowed in this class. Any engine modification can be made, but the engine must be an ATV engine. Motorcycle, snowmobile or other engine conversion is not allowed. The ATV cannot exceed 6’6” in width and 8’6” in length measured tip of tire to tip of tire. Nitrous Oxide is permitted in the open class. Turbos are allowed in the open class



The following rules will apply to all other classes except for the RUV and Women’s Class

Class Rules

The following rules are for the Pro A, Pro B, Bogger and Lite Classes. Both IRS and SRA style ATVs will run in these classes. No Aftermarket jugs or intakes will be allowed to run in these classes.

All ATVs must run ATV tires specifically designed and marketed for ATV use. No tracks, automotive tires, cut tires, paddle tires or agricultural tires are allowed to run in this class. ATVs may run up to 3” of total lift. One replacement control arm is allowed on each corner but stock length axles must be retained. You cannot replace both upper and lower control arms on any one corner. Standard engine modifications are allowed to include over bore kits, jet kits, pipes, air filter, etc. as long as the total cc limit is not exceeded for the class. This class will not allow special fuels such as alcohol or nitrous oxide. Turbos are not allowed to race in this class. Axle paddles, wheel paddles, dual wheels, extended swing arms, extended a-arms, solid bars replacing shocks, etc. are not allowed in these classes. No frame modifications are allowed that will change the overall length or width or will change the factory position of the axles forwards or backwards (no sweeping axles forward or backwards and no relocating differentials). These classes are designed for ATVs to race with what is considered traditional or standard mud racing accessories readily available to the average rider. Any ATV entered in this class that is determined by the race officials to exceed this description will be moved up to the first appropriate class.


Pro A Class

The Pro A Class will include all twin cylinders ATVs 500ccs and up with a 53” wheelbase or less (including 53”).


Pro B Class

The Pro B Class will include all twin cylinders ATVs 500ccs and up with more than a 53” wheelbase.


Bogger Class

The Bogger Class will include all single cylinders ATVs 500ccs and up.


Lite Class

The Lite Class will include all single cylinder ATVs that are 499ccs and below and all ATVs with a foot shift from the factory.


RUV

This will be an open class with the same rules that apply to the ATV Open Class. This class can carry a passenger but is not required to carry a passenger. The passenger must wear the same safety gear and must be at least 16 years old and sign all waivers. The driver and passenger must stay in the RUV cockpit during the race. Neither the driver nor passenger may exit the RUV at any time during the race to push or pull for safety reasons. This includes hanging arms and or legs from the vehicle during the race. If the RUV is about to turn over, the driver or passenger may assist in preventing the roll over but may not push. The race official’s decision on this will be final.


Women’s Open Class

· The Women’s Open Class will be an open class race for women with the same rules that apply to the regular ATV Open Class.


Summary of Classes

Lite 0 - 499ccs and all foot shift ATVs
Bogger 500 and up (Single Cylinder only)
Pro 1 500 and Up (Twin Cylinders 53” wheelbase or less)
Pro 2 500 and Up (Twin Cylinders over 53” wheelbase)
Open must be atv engine
RUV must be atv engine
Woman must be atv engine

2010 PSR Schedule

Date Location Track
February 20th High Lifter Off-Road Park Mud Bog
April 10th Lower Place Motorsports Mud Bog
May 15th High Lifter Off-Road Park Mud Bog
June 5th Whiteheads Red River Mudbog Mudda-Cross
June 26th Lower Place Motorsports Mud Bog
July 24th Whiteheads Red River Mudbog Mudda-Cross
August 21st Lower Place Motorsports Mud Bog
September 11th Splendora Motorcross Park Mudda-Cross
September 25th High Lifter Off-Road Park Mud Bog

*Dates are subject to change and pit type subject to change

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PostSubject: Re: 2010 PSR Rules & Schedule   Tue Dec 08, 2009 10:02 pm

whos this psr for mark??? is this highlifters PSR or what.. kinda confusing me cause ive never heard of just a PSR...
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 PSR Rules & Schedule   Tue Dec 08, 2009 10:17 pm

Yes....they call it PSR. Pro Series Racing. They have always called it that for short. Here is a link...you can see where Scott calls it that.

http://forum.highlifter.com/tm.aspx?m=3861045&mpage=1#3861867

I will edit the original post so it does not confuse people....I am not 100% sure they are going to call it HLPSR...and use the HL part.

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PostSubject: Re: 2010 PSR Rules & Schedule   Tue Dec 08, 2009 10:24 pm

allright i figured that what you were talking about but ive only heard it called h.l.p.s.r ... like under their forum tab that says high lifter pro series racing..
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 PSR Rules & Schedule   Thu Dec 17, 2009 8:24 am

the first race of the year for this is actually down here in florida........at the motoplex......great place......and looks like they are putting on a heck of an event that weekend......

http://www.atvsgonewildonline.com/
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PostSubject: Re: 2010 PSR Rules & Schedule   Thu Dec 17, 2009 10:06 am

BigDaddy wrote:
the first race of the year for this is actually down here in florida........at the motoplex......great place......and looks like they are putting on a heck of an event that weekend......

http://www.atvsgonewildonline.com/

Thanks Big Daddy...but that one is just a Regular HLPSR. It's not part of the local points series "as they call it" that HL is sponsoring. I guess you could say that its just one of their sanctioned races. Thanks for the help though....thats the reason I left if outta the points series schedule. Outta the 9 races that they posted for the series....at the end of the season they are letting the racers drop two races...I guess the worst ones. They are totaling the points for 7 of them. HL will still be doing HLPSR like the one down your way....it just won't be included in the PSR points series schedule.

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PostSubject: Re: 2010 PSR Rules & Schedule   Mon Jan 04, 2010 2:33 pm

UPDATE....the first points race on Feb. 20th at HL's park had to be canceled.

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