SATURDAY, FEB 18TH ONLY!
***"US National Championships 2023" for Iron Man Trail AND Pro.***
Whats this mean? MORE LAPS! MORE PAYOUT MONEY!
PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!
NEW IN 2023: TEK VESTS ARE REQUIRED!
Save yourself time by pre-registering! Registration and tech sheets will be ready for you when you check in the day of the race, no need to fill out any paperwork!
Registration hall will be open from 7:00am - 9:00am. Practice: 9:30-10:30
Driver's meeting: 10:45am
Racing starts at 11:00am
Heats in the am; features to follow.
Please complete the pre-registration by no later than Feb 16th, 2023. (Click on the link below)
YOU DO NOT NEED TO PAY UNTIL RACE DAY!
***For YOUR Safety as well as the other racers you MUST obey the following, or you will NOT be allowed to race:
- You MUST go through TECH, no exceptions!
- You MUST have at minimum, 75% of your helmet covered in orange.
We will ask that you tape your helmet if tech does not approve the amount of coverage.
- You MUST have a tether
SAFETY TEK VEST IS REQUIRED!
Preferably no longer than 4 feet when stretched out
- You MUST have ski loops
- You MUST have a snow flap
- You MUST have working a tail light
- Sled numbers MUST be visible
If we can not see your number as you cross the finish line your laps will not be counted!
Once registration closes... Absolutely no refunds
Single Events: Riders will compete individually, beginning the event on line from a standing start and will be required to compete on a closed, marked slalom 2 mile course. Races will begin by a green flag start, with up to 10 total contestants. Scores will be awarded by order of finish as the participant crosses the finish line. Payout will be listed for each class under “class description”. Trophy awarded to 1st place finishers, except Women's (50% payout and 1st-3rd place trophies) and Junior classes will receive 1st-3rd place trophies. Heats run as necessary.
Iron Man (Pro and Trail): This event will be the over-all singles Champion of the Derby and whose name will be inscribed on the Championship Trophy. Riders will compete individually (5 laps) beginning the event on line from a standing start and will be required to compete on a closed, marked slalom course. Races will begin by a green flag start, with a maximum of up to 20 total contestants; starting position will be assigned by random draw in 2 rows. 100% of total entry fee will be awarded with cash payouts for 1st-3rd place with name inscription for 1st place finisher on the Championship traveling Trophy. Will separate Pro and Trail sleds.