Rocky-Point-Racing-4-10-13GILBERT, AZ: This weekend is the perfect time to head to Rocky Point, enjoy a afternoon poker run, a day of desert racing and then the warm and sunny beaches!  The Arizona Desert Racing Association continues it’s second season with the Thunder on the Beach Shootout desert race in Rocky Point Mexico on April 26th and 27th.  Friday’s Poker Run is open to anyone from 4-6pm for only $10 per vehicle.  Saturday’s race will be broken down into Sportsman classes in the morning at 9am, and Pro classes in the afternoon at 1pm.  “I can’t even stress how nice this area is.  It is on the other side of the border, but we have done a lot to ensure everyone’s safety, and the safety of your vehicles,” said Tim Jones, President of the Arizona Desert Racing Association.  “Trust me, it is worth it. The Sand Beach Resort area in Rocky Point is incredible.  I have been down there a couple of times setting up the course and it is going to be really cool.  It will be a 20 mile loop of fast sections with fun twists including a sand hill and a short course track in the infield.”

“Just like all of our races, this will be a fun, yet challenging race course for drivers.  We welcome all levels of drivers and have positioned our series for new racers to get their feet wet in the morning classes and the big boys to come out and make some dust in the afternoon class, all at a reasonable and affordable entry fees,” continued Tim Jones.

Rocky-Point-Racing-4-10-13GILBERT, AZ: The Arizona Desert Racing Association continues it’s second season with the Thunder on the Beach Shootout desert race in Rocky Point Mexico on April 26th and 27th.  Friday’s Poker Run is open to anyone from 4-6pm for only $10 per vehicle.  Saturday’s race will be broken down into Sportsman classes in the morning at 9am, and Pro classes in the afternoon at 1pm.  “The Sand Beach Resort area in Rocky Point is incredible.  I have been down there a couple of times setting up the course and it is going to be really cool,” said Tim Jones, President of the Arizona Desert Racing Association.  “It will be a 20 mile loop of fast sections with fun twists including a sand hill and a short course track in the infield.”

“Just like all of our races, this will be a fun, yet challenging race course for drivers.  We welcome all levels of drivers and have positioned our series for new racers to get their feet wet in the morning classes and the big boys to come out and make some dust in the afternoon class, all at a reasonable and affordable entry fees,” continued Tim Jones.