Delta Proving Grounds
Use this link to generate a map to locate the Delta Proving Grounds inside the Millard County Fair Grounds.
Next event May 22-23, 2015. Weekend camping $10, free admission for spectators. Weekend race entry all events $99. Single Day race entry $45 for UTV and 4×4. ATV entry single day $25. Lawn Mower entry single day $20.
Friday night (May 22) Dusty Sexton and the crew from Sexton Off-Road will be cooking up BBQ ribs for the Judges, teams, and sponsors. Dusty is providing the labor and YUKON is buying the fixings! By the way, it’s free!! Be there after the competition is over!
OSRC pre tech and 4×4 show-n-shine will be at Armor Powder Coatings on May 9, 2015 at noon (UTVs welcome). Bring your rigs to the show and shine (OSRC registration not required). Register and tech for Old School while your there and receive an added bonus for early registration. Early registrants are allowed to pick their starting order. That’s right, if you want to be by your friends or run last, tech early this year at Armor Coatings! Free lunch and trophies provided by Armor Coatings. Armor Coatings is located at 6068 S. Redwood Road, Taylorsville, UT.
OSRC 2015 rules including Side-by-Sides (SXS) on the rocks and 42″ tires for the Legend class are available in the rules section. Courses will be hard enough to be challenging, yet still doable for each class. Click on rules to see the rules for your class. Please use Google Chrome if the rules PDF will not open in Internet Explorer.
Baggs Testing and Rentals sponsored the trophies!
Kingone has donated a 4000 pound UTV winch to the winner of the UTV class!
Delta Proving Grounds in Millard County is an excellent Rock Crawling and Rock Racing track that mixes dirt track racing with rock crawling. Next Race is May 2014. Contact Craig Stumph for more information at 801 367 1395.
Event organizer Craig Stumph explains the event in this short, action packed clip.
Delta Proving Grounds is the Premier Off-Road Track in the Intermountain Area. Competition Classes are listed below:
Wildly modified rigs that are too much for the other classes.
This is the front engine tube buggy class.
Modified trail vehicles that may not have a tubular chassis. These vehicles have front mounted engines and generally resemble a production vehicle.
Street Stock Class
Just what the name implies, these vehicles can be driven on the street.
Trail worthy JKs are what this class is about.
Formula Toyota or F Toy Class
These highly modified vehicles use Toyota running gear in a modified chassis.
Stock UTVs Welcome.
No rules developed yet.
Blades must be removed.