The SoCal Sand Drag Association (SCSDA) will be holding their first event of 2020 January 31st – February 2nd in San Jacinto, CA. They will be continuing to support the UTV community with their SXS classes as follows:

Pro Outlaw UTV

SCSDA Pro Outlaw UTV RZR

This class is all about bragging rights. Think you have a fast SxS? Then prove it! This class is for the biggest and baddest UTVs out there. Specs include:

• Unlimited configuration, must be a powersports engine
• Must have UTV style body
• Heads-Up
• Pro Tree

Total Entry Fees for Pro Outlaw UTV: $170 ($100 class entry + $20 safety surcharge + $25 weekend camping fee + $25 racer entry band)

Sport UTV

SCSDA Sport UTV Honda Talon

The everyday man’s UTV class. Budgets don’t matter here. You’ll see everything from stock farm UTVs to mildly built dune set-ups. With bracket racing everybody is on a level playing field.

• 4.80 seconds & slower
• Must be a powersports engine
• Must have UTV style body
• Bracket race
• Sport Tree

Total Entry Fees for Sport UTV: $120 ($50 class entry + $20 safety surcharge + $25 weekend camping fee + $25 racer entry band)

Adult UTV

Adult UTV Racers are also welcomed to compete in the additional car classes:

  • Pro 1: 3.10 – 3.74, Pro Tree (Cash Purse + Trophy) – $100 class entry
  • Pro 2: 3.74 – 4.25, Pro Tree (Cash Purse + Trophy) – $100 class entry
  • Pro 3: 4.26 – 6.00, Pro Tree (Cash Purse + Trophy) – $100 class entry
  • Sport 1: 3.50 – 4.50, Sport Tree (Trophy Only) – $50 class entry
  • Sport 2: 4.51 – 6.00, Sport Tree (Trophy Only) – $50 class entry
  • Pro Car Gambler: Open Field, Pro Tree (Cash Purse Only) – $75 class entry

Youth

SCSDA Mini UTV RZR 170

Junior UTV racers can race in the Junior Dragster Categories. These are bracket race style classes allowing all competitors to be on a level playing field:

• Bracket race
• Junior Dragster 1: Ages 9+ (Trophy Only)
• Junior Dragster 2: Ages 8 & Under (Trophy Only)
• Junior Dragster Showdown (Cash Purse)

Total Entry Fees for Junior Dragster 1 or 2: $70 ($45 class entry + $25 weekend camping fee) * Note entry includes (2) weekend armbands

Total Entry Fees for Junior Dragster Showdown: $75 ($50 class entry + $25 weekend camping fee) * Note entry includes (2) weekend armbands

**Camping, armband, and safety surcharge fees need only be paid once. If entering multiple classes, you do not need to pay these fees again.

Racer registration and entry fee payment will be available onsite at the race entrance gate. Pre registration is available online at socalsanddrags.com (no prepayment).

General Spectator Admission: Available on-site only

$10 – Adults (Ages 13-Up)/ Day or $25/ All 3 Days
$5 – Kids (Ages 5-12)/ Day
Kids Ages 4-Under are FREE!
$25 – Pit Parking
$25 – Spectator Camping/ Day

Partnering with Motorsports Safety Solutions (the best first-response team in off-road), event sponsors like Talley Metal Supply, multiple food vendors, and Cruisin T’s for awesome event merchandise, the SoCal Sand Drags continue to provide the premier sand drag racing experience. Sand drag racing began just down the street from the current San Jacinto track in the 1950s and continues to be an integral part of the greater Hemet Valley. SCSDA offers top notch sand drag competition for all vehicle types and driver/ rider experience levels. Boasting a family friendly environment and camping for racers and spectators alike, sand drag racing with the SoCal Sand Drag Association is unmatched.

Track Location:
23333 Soboba Rd
San Jacinto, CA 92583
Visit socalsanddrags.com or @socalsanddrags on Facebook for more information.

Safety Regulations:

Arm Restraints/ Window Nets:
Arm restraints and or window nets will be required for all Pro Outlaw UTV competitors (Sport UTV will not require arm restraints or window nets, but it is highly recommended). All arm restraints must be worn and adjusted in such a manner that the drivers’ arms or hands cannot extend outside the roll cage. Arm restraints shall be combined with the driver restraint system such that the arm restraints are released with the driver restraints.

Brakes:

All UTVs must be equipped with a minimum of (2) functional
hydraulic axle brakes, or (1) large functional brake if mounted on live axle. No go-kart brakes. No excessive lightening or drilling of brake components is allowed.

Clothing:

All vehicles quicker than 3.75 are required to have a full fire suit (jacket, pants and gloves). Jacket and pants must be minimum sfi rated 3.2a/1 and gloves 3.3/1. Jacket meeting sfi rated 3.2A/1 required for vehicles running 4.25 and quicker or any vehicle with nitrous. Neck brace mandatory while running 4.25 and quicker. All drivers are required to wear a minimum of a long sleeve shirt or non-nylon jacket, long pants, boots and gloves. All riders must have eye protection! Any rider faster than 3.5 seconds will be required to have full riding leathers or nomex 2-layer fire suit. No nylon clothing of any type will be allowed.

Exhaust Systems:

All exhaust must be safely directed away from the vehicle and driver. No flex pipe is permitted.

Floorboards:

Floorboards are mandatory on all vehicles where it is necessary to keep the drivers feet within the frame. Floorboards may be made of securely mounted aluminum, expanded metal, steel or screen. No fabric or netting is allowed.

Fuel Shut-Off:

A fuel shut-off is required on all vehicles fitted with an electric fuel pump or pressurized fuel system. This shut off must be plainly marked and easily accessible to the driver or person outside the vehicle.

Helmets and Eye Protection:

NHRA approved helmets are required for all competitors (snell or dot approved). Full-face shield or shatterproof goggles are required for all open vehicles. Sunglasses or eyeglasses are not considered protection.

Kill Switch:

All vehicles must have a plainly marked kill switch that is easily accessible to the driver or person outside the vehicle. All cars started by other than the driver from the driver’s position must have a positive ground attached to the coil(s) or mag(s) to prevent accidental starting when not intended.

Roll Bars and Cage:

UTVs without locking doors (aftermarket or factory) must have a bar on the driver side. We will not accept anything smaller than 1-inch .095 mild steel for the main frame for vehicles 3,000 pounds or lighter. All vehicles 3,001 pound or heavier and quicker than 4.50 seconds will require a full cage and must be a minimum of 1 ½-inch OD .095 mild steel or 1 ½-inch chromoly .065.

Seatbelts, Shoulder Harness, Head and Neck Device:

All vehicles that are driven in a driver’s compartment or area are required to have quick release-type safety belts and shoulder harness (5-way belts minimum). Arm restraints all open cockpit cars are required to have arm
restraints. Belts must be fastened to the frame or roll cage with minimum 5/16-inch hardened steel bolts. All belt fittings must pull in a direct line with predetermined impact. Under no circumstances are the belts to be mounted with a bolt through the webbing. All stock vehicles may use stock seat belts and shoulder straps.

Staging Devices:

Any staging device must be rigidly and securely mounted to the vehicle. It must be a minimum 16 inches long and extend from the front of the vehicle rearward to the front wheels. If the vehicle stages with the body panels or undercarriage it could result in a red light foul. It is up to the driver to make this choice. There is no recourse in a staging foul. No electronic staging device, which is keyed to or triggered by the starting or timing system, is allowed. Such a device in the vehicle, working or not, is grounds for disqualification. Delay boxes will be allowed.

Welds:

All frames and roll cages must be adequately welded. The quality of the weld will be visually inspected. Grinding of welds is not permitted.

Wheelie Bars:

Any vehicle exhibiting big wheel stands will be required to have a wheelie bar. Excessive wheelies are a rule infraction and are subject to disqualification. The wheelie bar must support the weight of the vehicle and driver when jacked up by the wheelie bar. Four bar construction is highly recommended.

Refer to the full rule book for additional race procedures and rules here.

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