Events/CompetitionsPress Release

NorCal Rock Racing Packs Action Into A Full Day of Racing with $2,000 Guaranteed Pro Purse

RANCHO CORDOVA, CA    SEPTEMBER 27, 2010:  NorCal Rock Racing comes to the Prairie City OHV Area on Saturday October 16th for a one day, edge of your seat, spectacularly aggressive rock racing.  With a $2000 guaranteed Pro Purse, the drivers list will be stacked with high profile racers including the Trent Fab and NorCal Rock Racing buggies.

NorCal Rock Racing is short course racing with large rock piles, dirt obstacles and lots of turns that make it a perfect match for the Ultra4 cars all the way to Sportsman Class trail rock crawlers that want to prove they can go fast through the rocks too.  Entry Fee is $200 Pro Class with 100% Pay Back, and only $50 for the Sportsman class.  At $50 that is the cheapest fun around that you will be talking about for years.

This will be a great spectator event to watch these rock racers go side-by-side on the track in a double elimination racing.  $15 per person and kids 12 and under are free.  Gates open at 7am, practice starts at 10:30am and racing starts at 11am until all racing is finished.

After the race, there will be a fundraiser party benefitting the Rubicon Trail Foundation at Lake Bowl Bar and Casino.  Minimum entrance fee is $5, with 100% of the door fee and a portion of the drink sales going to keeping the Rubicon Trail open and maintained.

2010 Event Dates/Locations: October 16, 2010 – Prairie City OHV Area, Rancho Cordova, CA

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Sponsors: Infint Graphics, Marco Muffler, Rubicon Express, 4 Wheel Parts, JW Jeep, High Angle Drivelines, Performance Cryogentics, Metal Cloak, Capital Curb And Concrete, Goodby Grading, No Limit Fab, Beach Hut Deli

About NorCal Rock Racing NorCal Rock Racing is a series of short course races with large rock piles, dirt obstacles, and lots of turns where rock racers battle side-by-side for $2,000 guaranteed Pro Purse.  Event Promoter, John Goodby, has been a wheeler and competitor, but also brings his dirt work expertise to the track to build an exciting environment for racers and spectators.  For more information, visit

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