In a collaborative effort with Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah, the Lucas Oil Regional Off Road Series expands its commitment to grass roots racing to the Utah region.
As part of the Lucas Oil Regional Off Road Racing Series, the Utah Region joins the Southern California, Arizona Regions and the Arizona Short Course Championship, in continuing efforts to promote and develop grass roots short course off road racing. As the Lucas Oil team assumes day to day operations of the Utah series, they will be working with their Southern California and Arizona counterparts to develop uniform rules and safety standards for exciting new classes, as each region develops. While the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series rulebook will be utilized for existing short course off road racing classes, new classes will create opportunities for off road racers at all levels to compete safely in short course off road racing.
These range from Super Lite and Pro Lite to Full Stock Truck and Desert Buggy. Classes and races held will be determined on participation and entries. All cars that meet the series’ safety requirements will be placed in an appropriate class based on performance potential.
Current classes are as follows
During a Lucas Oil Regional Utah weekend, classes are combined into three Run Groups: Big-Bore, Small-Bore and Open-Wheel/Sports Racer. The Run Groups are structured so that vehicles of similar performance potential are grouped together.
Each race weekend is a one-day (Saturday) event, with a mandatory drivers’ briefing, a practice session, a qualifying session, a heat race and a feature race on each day. An hour-long lunch session is scheduled each day, and trophy ceremonies follow the racing at the end of each day.
All Lucas Oil Regional events also include an optional test/practice day on the Friday afternoon of the race weekend, using whatever track configuration will be raced on that weekend.
*Denotes payout class. Minimum of 6 vehicles required for payout. Prices subject to increase if not pre-registered online.
Minimum of 6 vehicles required for payout.
See "Entry Fees" for Payout Classes.
If you want to race in an Lucas Oil off Road Regional event, you are required to have a racing license.
All forms are available online at www.LucasOilRegionalUtah.com
All participants must register at the Miller Motorsports Park upon arrival. Registration will be open from 9:00 a.m. until noon. Every participant must take their vehicle through Tech Inspection prior to driving on the track.