W.E.Rock W.E. Rock Eastern Series Round 1, April 7th-8th – K2, Mason, Texas

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W.E. Rock Eastern Series Round 1, April 7th-8th – K2, Mason, Texas

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K2 (Katemcy Rocks)
4869 W Hwy 29
Mason, TX

6.2 Miles from Mason Town Square


Spectator Camping – with or without hookups needs to be arranged with the park directly, contact randy@kruseranches.com
Team/Pit parking is free if no hookups, contact park for hookups.
4Low Reader’s Ride is on Friday, April 6th – cost is same as wheeling at the park, can purchase onsite.


BUY TICKETS

Use Discount Code: WEROCK18 to get 20% off most ticket price

SPECTATOR INFO

Standard Prices

$25.00 Adult 16+ 2-day pass
$15.00 Adult 16+ 1-day pass
$5.00 Children 8-15
Kids 7 & Under Free
Military discount (with ID) $5.00 off gate price
NO Dogs.


DRIVER REGISTRATION

Friday April 6th

Tech & Registration
9:00 am 4Low Reader’s Ride – cost is same as wheeling at the park, can purchase onsite.
4:00 pm to 8:00 pm -> Tech and Registration
8:00 pm -> Judges Training


Saturday April 7th

7:30 am -> Judges Training
9:00 am -> Drivers Meeting
9:00 am -> Spectator Gates Open
10:00 am -> Competition Starts


Sunday April 8th

9:00 am -> Spectator Gates Open
10:00 am -> Competition Starts
Shootout at end of Competition
Awards immediately following


About W.E. Rock

The sport of World Extreme Rock Crawling or W.E. ROCK as it is known to our fans is all about challenging driver and machine. Competitors build amazing vehicles to drive over the most extreme obstacles our world renowned course designers can dream up. You will see vehicles perform maneuvers you never thought possible. Conquering large boulders, steep climbs, rock ledges and massive drops, all while avoiding strategically placed cones. Depending on the class the competitors choose to compete in their vehicle must follow some basic build rules and safety requirements. The rules are designed to keep each class fair while allowing the builder freedom to engineer the most competitive vehicle they can. Once on the course the driver and spotter have 10 minutes to navigate 3-4 gates (set of cones) without hitting any cones and as few backups as possible. Each cone hit or backup they take adds points to their score and the team with the lowest score wins. The courses are designed to provide the most action for the spectators throughout the weekend and force drivers to push what they have built to the limits.