The payout for the KAR TEK CASH class is $3000 for 1st with 10 cars in class, and a $500 bonus for 2nd place. With 20 cars in class theKAR TEK CASH money for 1st is $4000, with a $500 bonus for 2nd. With 30 cars in class the KAR TEK CASH money for 1st is $4500 with a $1000 bonus for 2nd. NOTE: Last year, 41 Class 1600 cars showed up to do battle at the race.


Race Fuel energy drink has also added money to both class 1600 and class 12. 1st place in 1600 will get a $1000 bonus, and 2nd place will get $500


In class 12 with 10 cars, 1st place will win $3500 with the Race Fuel bonus added and 2nd will get a $1000 bonus. If 10 cars show up in class 12, like SNORE’s last race, the winner will take home $4,500.


1. NETS … Must cover from “A” pillar to “B” pillar…..from top “roof” to bottom “top of body Panel”.

2. CAGE … must be made of minimum 1 ½” x .095  chromoly or “D.O.M.”. Must have corner gussets on main cage, all welds MUST be 360 degrees. A head rest IS required on seat or on cage. Different Classes require larger wall and tubing size.

3. HARNESSES ... Must be NO older than 3 years  from date of present race. Two single shoulder harnesses are required, “NO  V or Y” type shoulder type. Double “D” rings are required…unless harnesses are sewn. All snap type seat belts must have cottor pins or safety wired.  NO twist type latches…must be a “lever latch” type release.

4. FIRE EXTINGUISHER …two (2) required  2 ½ pound “A-B-C” rated hand held fire extinguisher with a capacity gauge. One mounted inside and one mounted outside with a quick type release.

5. FIRST AID … Mandatory items needed as follows;

A… 1 - 4” bandage compress F… 10 – Prep pads treated

B… 2 - 2” bandage compress G… 1 - Eye dressing packet

C… 1 – Triangle bandage H… 10 – Ammonia inhalants

D… 8 - 2” x 3” adhesive pads I… 1 – ace bandage

E… 16 – 1” x 3.375” adhesive bandages

6. FUEL CELL or bladder … fuel cell/bladder must be fully surrounded in a smooth surface casing. The casing must be made of 20 gauge steel, .060 aluminum or .125 marlex. NO MAGNESIUM. Fuel cell must be vented; vent hose must loop past both sides of cell and the end of vent hose must extend past the bottom of cell. Fuel cap must be “Quick fill or a twist type,” non-vented.

7. DRIVE SHAFT … Drive shaft safety loop is required on all vehicles with a drive shaft. Retainer loop could be made of .25” x 2” steel or a 2” wide nylon webbing both securely bolted to frame.

8. LIGHTS … Rear facing lights are as follows; 2 - Brake lights, 2 - tail lights, 1 – amber, 1 - blue “for vehicles racing limited laps”. Brake lights must be only connected to pedal brake switch “no hand controlled switch”. Tail lights must operate with instrument lights or a set of headlights “must not be on a separate switch”, rear facing lights must be on during entire night event or races that extend into the night hours. Amber and Blue lights MUST be connected to ignition switch and must BOTH be on entire event and must be repaired if stopped at a checkpoint.

9. HORNS … Very loud sounding device.

10. NUMBERS … Must be in middle on vehicle inline with driver “middle of vehicle”. In a 12” x 12” square back ground as follows Black square with White numbers or 12” x 12” White square with black numbers….this is required! Number sizes are as follows; 4” front “visor area”, 8” side numbers “inline with driver”, 6” rear facing.

11. HELMETS … a SNELL approved helmet with the “SA ” 2000 or a “SA ” 2005 SNELL label inside the helmet. “M” rated helmets will no longer be accepted.

12. DRIVING SUITS … Clean one-piece suit with no holes (including pee holes or cooling tubes) or rips. Highly recommended is a multi-layer one-piece driving suit.

13. CARBURETOR SPRINGS … a must, two springs where a single spring would go.

14. FLARES AND TRIANGLE … safety traffic triangles are required.

15. FIREWALLS … are required for all vehicles were a fuel cell is used. Normal location would between drivers compartment and fuel cell.


Jason Coleman

1/2- 1600

Chuck Harvey

Champ Car

Robert Johnson

Stock Bug

Mike Boone


Bryan Freeman

12 (Overall Winner)

David Greenhill


Cody Rash


T.J. Flores


T. Scott Evans


Travis Bozzano


Steve Alexander


Todd Wyllie

Unlimited Truck

Kyle Milligan


Dave Wilson


Greg Crew

Unlimited Sportsman

Billy Shapley

Limited Sportsman

Eric Ludian


Karman Cussack



The 2010 SNORE Awards will take place at the South Point Casino and Hotel on January 8th, 2011.

Doors will open at 5:30 and Dinner Served at 6:15

Tickets will be:

$60 a person

$550 a table ( Table of 10)

$65 at the door


For Room reservation please call 866-791-7626

Group Code- SNORE and the rate is $85.00 per night plus tax

PLEASE RSVP with Brittany Burgos by December 31st 2010. Tickets and Table MUST be paid in Advance by January 2nd, 2011


Brittany Burgos


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There has been some talk that racers are not aware that we have an online forum for race related discussions. Our forum is called "Checkpoint Forum" and it can be found by going to the communications menu on the left side of the site. Or by clicking the above image.

The SNORE Board of Directors have unanimously agreed to welcome the popular UTV class to race with us.

This new and growing class will have the opportunity to show us what they are made of starting at the always exciting Rage at the River December 10th- 12th. They will also be joining us for the infamous Battle At Primm February 19th - 20th.

SNORE looks forward to seeing these "Super Side by Sides" clawing their way through the pack of Class 9's, 5-1600's and the ever popular Stock Bugs.??WELCOME UTV RACERS!  See you in Laughlin.

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