: Amazing to believe that the Dirt Riot 2015 regular season of racing is coming to a close this weekend at a brand new location in Grand Junction, Colorado.  The final race is a highly anticipated double points race, allowing racers to earn series points for both the Mountain and Southwest series, along with National Points. The National Points race will conclude at the National Rampage on September 26th in Bridgeport, Texas.  Fast racing action starts at 9am and will go until at least 4pm with awards immediately following on Saturday August 22nd.

“This is a brand new location and course for us, the racers and spectators,” said Rich Klein, President and founder of W.E. Rock Events.  “The spectator areas are easy to access and see nearly all areas of the course which is about 3.5 miles with a mixture of short course and desert sections mixed with big elevation changes.  For our racers, the course closest in style would be Ram Off-Road Park in Colorado Springs.  It is going to be a very fast course with a lot of technical areas as well.”

Looking at the Series and National points standings, there are heated battles in most classes in each series.  A few drivers that don’t typically race in the Mountain or Southwest series are making the trip to maintain their National standings. Dig in here:

Drivers that are pre-registered to race include Pro 4400 4×4 drivers Goodall Racing Kenneth Goodall, Crazy Goat Racing Jim Horne, Lovell Racing Roger Lovell, High Torque Motorsports Jeremy Schneider, Black & Blue Todd Seawell and HomeGrown Racing Ben Swain.  Additional Pro pre-registered drivers are 4500 4×4 Muddnutt Kevin Rants and 4600 4×4 Team Four Corners 4×4 Jason Kaminsky.

The very competitive SuperMod Trail class already has a large line-up pre-registered to race including Fetch Racing Steve Fetch, 409 Racing Jayson Mitchell, NF Motorsports Greg Neff, Rock Assault Crawlers Eric Roscoe, Pandemonium Motorsports Chad Schoonover and Tyler Racing Paul Tyler with Family Wagon Racing Shawn Rants in Stock Trail.

Pre-registered for the Pro UTV class is American Rock Rods Chris Barnett, Redfish Racing Brian Fisher and Undertakers Racing Frank Minice.  Additional UTV’s registered are Never Give Up Racing George Andrews and Goodall Racing Logan Goodall.

Many more are scheduled to attend, and you are also welcome to join.  With only some simple safety requirements, anyone is welcome to come and race!

Admission is $15 for adults, $5 for ages 8-15, children 7 and under free and Military with ID get $5 off. Order your tickets now:  There are vendors, food and amenities on site. We encourage you to bring chairs and shade structures. There is camping available onsite.  For additional details go to

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