Time starts once any part of the team enters the course. Time will stop once any part of the vehicle breaks the finish plane. If the vehicle hits a finish gate (cone) ten points will be added (see gates scoring).


One point will be issued for a purposeful reversal. A purposeful reversal or back-up is considered when a driver puts the vehicle in reverse or neutral and backs or pushes in the clutch and rolls back, etc. A back is not counted when the obstacle pushes the vehicle back. A reverse in an attempt to save a rollover is considered an infraction and will receive a backing point.


Each obstacle is marked with cones or boundary markers. 10 penalty points will be issued for going “out of bounds”. A cone does not have to fall to be counted, it only needs to be touched at any point, including its base. Cones that fall due to exhaust, wind or unstable rocks will not count as a touched gate. While attempting to clear a gate, a vehicle may not “float” a tire over a cone. Any tire “floating” over the intended vertical plane of the intended location of that cone, even without touching the cone, will be penalized an “out of bounds” penalty.

The course is designed to be driven between the cones. If, while attempting a gate the vehicle is so far off-line that at least 3 tires do not place/travel between the set of cones, they will be declared “off course” and will receive 40 points. Any vehicle bypassing a gate entirely, intentionally or not, will be declared “off course” and receive 40 points.


To ensure fairness, teams are not allowed to “pre-set” rocks. Outside help in rock stacking will not be allowed. One of the largest risks to a spotter is stacking rocks near a moving vehicle. The vehicle must be at a full stop during rock stacking. If this rule is violated, a 10-point penalty will be assessed.

When a team has completed the course, they will be given 3 minutes to “unstack” the course. Any rocks moved, must be returned as close as possible to their original placement. A 10-point penalty will be assessed for failure to “unstack” rocks. Any rocks moved without “placement” i.e., rolled by tire movement, may remain in place.


The vehicle must be completely stopped (including tire movement) prior to spotters touching the vehicle or reaching into the passenger compartment.


A team may use a spotter strap. Spotter straps must be approved at tech inspection.


If the team deems it necessary to winch, a winch-line weight bag must be used on any steel cable. Any winching without a weight bag will be assessed 10 points.


During the event, proper sportsmanship is required. If a competitor or team member promotes un-sportsman like conduct, is rude or abusive to officials, other teams or spectators, they and/or the entire team may be disqualified from the current event and/or future events. Our goal is to promote a respectable sport and promote sponsoring companies in a professional light. Therefore un-sportsman like conduct will not be tolerated.


Judges have the final say in all cases!


The judge has the right, but not the responsibility to advise spotters and drivers of unsafe acts. Any act deemed unsafe by a judge is to immediately be discontinued. Failure to comply can result in an immediate team “point out”.


Drugs and alcohol will not be permitted in any degree during the event.


Points will be tallied at the end of the run. The team with the least points will be declared the winner. In case of a tie in points, the actual time to complete the course will determine the winner. Fastest time will be the tie breaker.



Class 1 Street Stock

33" or Smaller tires

Suspensions must be of a type used by factory

No altered wheel base

No ram or hydraulic steering assist

All factory axles allowed (that came with vehicle originally)

Spring over axle flips allowed

Aftermarket axle shafts allowed

Only one locker allowed but not mandatory. Any vehicle with

two lockers may not compete in street stock class.

Complete factory cage or add-on aftermarket cage is a must, if

the stock roof has been removed or the vehicle has a soft top.

Doors Optional

Tow points one front and one rear is mandatory

No "comp cut" fenders allowed

Body can not be modified for tire clearance

Low range kits allowed, No multiple low ranges

Aftermarket gears allowed

Class 2 Super Stock

34" to 37" tires

No more than 3" longer wheelbase than factory

Modified stock suspensions allowed, No air bags, air shocks, or coil over

suspensions unless factory

Hydraulic assist allowed, No full Hydraulic steering

Aftermarket axles allowed

One locker is mandatory, two lockers are allowed

Complete factory cage or add-on aftermarket cage is a MUST if the stock

roof has been removed or the vehicle has a soft top

Doors optional

Tow points one front and one rear is mandatory

Body trimming and "comp cuts" allowed

All low range kits allowed

Aftermarket gears allowed

Class 3 Super Modified

Any vehicle not fitting within the above classification

All vehicles will be placed in classes after inspection. Class

designation may not reflect outlined specifications upon

event organizers digression.