New rule clarifications regarding stock bug and class nine. Please make sure to review.

The last race of the year will be held in Laughlin, NV December 12th.

Welcome Racers to the all new SNORE 3.0 website. This has been my 6th year working for SNORE. I have got to say that it has been a lot of work, but I have enjoyed every minute of it.  This website is the 3rd re-design I have done for SNORE and it is the best yet. Over the past few weeks I had the pleasure of working with Ken Flippin Jr. on this project. I applaud him for all his hard work and creative ideas. This website was built with a powerful software that has brought SNORE out of the dark ages and to the top of internet technology. The website has an incredible back end system that will help myself and SNORE update the website faster and easier. Please let me know if you encounter any issues that might help me improve our website.

 

Thank you,

Greg Boyer

661-201-6226

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SNORE to receive credits for past BLM overcharges.  Don Wall SNORE President has reached an agreement through dogged communications with BLM officials to get back monies collected for permit fees.  Left over monies have been found and will be returned in the near future.  More info as it becomes available...

Southern Nevada Off-Road Enthusiasts (SNORE) will hold a rally at the local offices of Senator Harry Reid, 333 Las Vegas Boulevard South , Wednesday, August 26, 2009, 4 p.m. (local time).

 

This segment of the off-highway vehicle (OHV) community is protesting the closure of a tortoise habitat and historical racing area during the scoping period of the proposed Silver State Solar Project located between Primm and Jean Nevada (south of the Ivanpah Airport), on 7,840 acres.

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CALIENTE, Nev. - The annual Dusty Times 250 here May 8-10 had a little of everything ranging from a heart-warming meet and greet at a local elementary school to non-stop action on a 60-mile course in an event that featured water, trees and something called "Oh My God Hill" that drops into the back side of this fascinating 100-year old town situated northeast of Las Vegas.

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