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Chicky Barton Wins First ULTRA4 Race

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Chicky Barton Ultra4 220x146 Chicky Barton Wins First ULTRA4 RaceHOT SPRINGS, AR – April 15th, 2014: Chicky Barton claimed his first ULTRA4 victory at last week’s GenRight ULTRA4s at Superlift Park race. With 44 registered drivers, the race was the largest 4WD Hardware Eastern Regional ULTRA4 race to date.  Barton, in his new independent front suspension (IFS) vehicle,qualifed fifth on Friday, and seemingly never let off the throttle the entire race, managing to stay close to the front of the pack until taking the lead and never looking back.

 

 

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Healy Finds Redemption at Arkansas RCV ULTRA4 Race

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

 373 Healy Finds Redemption at Arkansas RCV ULTRA4 RaceAugust 17th, 2013 – Hot Springs, AR: The 4WD Hardware ULTRA4 Eastern Regional Series came to a finale last weekend  at the RCV ULTRA4Race at Superlift ORV Park in Hot Springs AR. 2010 King of the Hammers winner, Loren Healy started the race in the pole position after qualifying first on Friday and never looked back. Healy had not planned on racing in Arkansas, however, after experiencing DNFs in Indiana and Utah, he made the decision to make the trek to Arkansas. Read More→

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2011 Superlift ORV Park Schedule

Friday, January 21st, 2011

2011 Superlift ORV Park Events Schedule

Off-roading in Hot Springs began in the late 1970’s with people ‘wheeling on a multitude of timber company logging roads, and utility company right-of-ways. Over the years this “unofficial trail system” grew into an impressive array of trails. It was great while it lasted… in 1999 the landowners closed access to the area and put the property up for sale.

In 2001, a group of off-road businessmen, enthusiasts and conservationists purchased the acreage with the intent of developing the nation’s premiere off-roading destination, while preserving the land’s natural beauty.

The Park includes the majority of the original trail system, and new trails and obstacles with varying degrees of difficulty are continuously being built on every terrain type imaginable — hill climbs (both “finesse” and “horsepower required” types), mud pits, rock gardens, water crossings, you name it. All trails are mapped and posted with difficulty ratings for the various vehicle types, so you always know your location, and what to expect terrain-wise. Read More→

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Jeep JK at Superlift ORV Park

Friday, September 1st, 2006

thumbs 01 morning trailer Jeep JK at Superlift ORV Park Anyone paying attention knows that Jeep’s 2007 Wrangler (JK) is about the hottest thing to hit the four-wheeling market this year. Being all-new means that every aftermarket company in existence is scrambling to come out with goodies for it. While some of those companies will be late arrivals, others will be early on the scene. Of those early birds, some will have advantages over others.

One of those with an advantage is Superlift. Our pals down South have some pretty good ties with the folks at DaimlerChrysler, as well as AEV. Those relationships allowed the Superlift gang some early access to the new JK. In fact, some of the testing was even done at Superlift’s ORV Park in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Read More→