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2017 Event Winners

Congratulations to all the teams at this years event! I have complied a list of the winners and attached the scores.

Overall Event Champion- Cameron Harris (Crawl + Rock X)

Pro Unlimited Crawl

1. Steve Nantz

2. Todd Young

3. Cody Waggoner

Pro Modified Crawl

1. Tate Elquist

2. Jessie Haines

2. Dennis Volkoff

Trail Buggy Crawl

1. Brent Jolley

2. Colton Cook

3. Jerry Cook

Legend Crawl

1. Cameron Harris

2. Tyler Harper

3. Nate Hurst

Stock Crawl

1. John Bennet

2. Brian Twyman

3. Devon Parson

UTV Crawl

1. Alex Burgman

Pro Unlimited/Pro Mod/Trail Buggy Rock X

1. Jessy Haines

2. Calvin Ninow

3. Chad Schoonover

Legend/Stock Rock X

1. Cameron Harris

2. Nate Hurst

3. DNF

UTV Rock Cross

1. Kyle Wells (Polaris)

2. Devin Worthen (Can Am)

3. Weston Jones (Polaris)

Overall Winner

Event Points 1-3

Rock Scores

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2017 Judges and Officials

Dear Judges and Officials,

Thank you for your dedicated service at the rock crawl. The Judges work hard and without them the event could not go on! Rock crawling has been in decline for the past 10 years. OSRC with your help has helped the sport make a comeback over the last nine years. Thanks so much for your help this year!

Sincerely,
Craig Stumph

2016 OSRC Officials
Course 1. Bob Adams and Ron Westlund
Course 2. Eldin Ellis and Brian Tetrick
Course 3. Jake Stumph and Josh Springer
Course 4. Dan and Brooke Cressal
Course 5. Blake North, Stephany Mckee, and Ski Mckee
Course 6. Rick Whiteside and Jeff Christensen
Course 7. Ian Morris and Ian Wilson
Course 8. Steve Edmunds and Ron Jensen
Alternates: Troy Tasker and Josh Springer

Event Marshals
1.Brian Cannon
2.Mike Stumph
3.Craig Stumph
4. Marc Bryson

Tech Inspectors
1. Brian Cannon
2. Marc Bryson
3. Wayne Dailey

Rock X Flaggers
1. Johnathan Lovell
2. Anthony Anderson
3. Colton Cook
4. Blake North
5. Mike Stumph
6. Brian Cannon
7. Brian Tetrick
8. Brad Young

Announcers
1. Matt Westrich
2. Brent Blake

Scoring
1. Lisa Stumph
2. Valery North
3. Sherrie Daily
4. Laura Kersy

Lawn Mower Tech and Marshals
1. Bob Adams
2. Bob Adams (course design)

Spotter Challenge
1. Greg Mulkey

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How to Find the Delta Proving Grounds

Delta Proving Grounds

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 27 & 28, 2016. Weekend camping $20, free admission for spectators. Weekend race entry all events $125. Single day race entry $75 for UTV and 4×4. Rock Cross only $45. Lawn Mower entry single day $20.

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2017 OSRC Trophies, Cash, and Prizes

2017 brings the 11th anniversary of the OSRC. With that comes new trophies, cash awards, and prizes.

Cash will be awarded to the winners!

Over $5,000 in contingency prizes awarded to OSRC winners by Raceline Wheels, 4 beadlock wheels, five sets of buy two wheels, get two free wheels gift cards.

One pair of Demon UTV Axles worth over $400

One complete set of LUX Rock Lights (eight pack) worth over $200

One Ryco Street Legal Kit for UTV or ATV worth over $300

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Event photos

Media Interview with Robby

Media Interview with Robby

Awards

Awards

Kieth Shurtz

Kieth Shurtz

Spectators

Spectators

Wheels Up

Wheels Up

Spectators

Spectators

Dave Poulsen and Gary Taylor

Dave Poulsen and Gary Taylor

Coming Down to Dad

Coming Down to Dad

Reppeling

Repelling

Nemisis

Nemisis

Vendor

Vendor

Down the Tube

Down the Tube

Topping the Tube

Topping the Tube

The Tube

The Tube

Matterhorn

Matterhorn

Awards

Awards

 

 

 

 

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The Old School Rock Crawl

Delta Proving Grounds is the Premier Off-Road Track in the Intermountain Area. Competition Classes are listed below:

Unlimited Class
Wildly modified rigs that are too much for the other classes.
Pro Mod
This is the front engine tube buggy class.
Legend 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.
JK Class
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.
UTV Class
Stock UTVs Welcome.
ATV Class
No rules developed yet.
Lawnmowers
Blades must be removed.