The BlueWater Desert Challenge presented by Polaris is October 8-11, 2015. It’s a great two-day race in Parker, AZ. Bring your race vehicle and your boat, because when you aren’t racing you can watch great racing from your boat along the mighty Colorado River! Make sure to attend the great GENERAL TIRE Appreciation Party Thursday night at the BlueWater Cantina! Get to Parker early and play on the river, it’s a great event!
Thursday, October 8, 2015 – Time Trials for Class 1400, 1500, 8000
Friday, October 9, 2015 – Registration, Contingency and Tech Inspection, BlueWater Resort Hotel & Casino
Saturday, Ocotber 10, 2015 – Race Day
Sunday, October 11, 2015 – Race Day and Awards Presentation
2015 Season Points – as of 8/20/15 (updated 9/21/15)
Camburg Award – fastest average speed for every mile of every race
Draw Order – 175 entered, looking forward to seeing you all in Parker for the great BWDC. 22 Trick Trucks, 29 Class 6100 and 30 UTV’s
Entry List – please check your entry to make sure all of the information is correct. If you need to make revisions, or add your 2-3-4 racer, email us at email@example.com and we’ll make the change.
Schedule of Events – subject to revision after registration on 10/9, depending on # of vehicles in each class, but we will do our best to stay with this schedule. (updated 10/2/15 – Race 1 and Race 2 revised, see new schedule)
UTV Survey – we have sent this to every UTV racer, you only get one vote, if you did not receive this survey please email us with your reply, we aren’t looking for a book, we are looking for a yes / no. Thank you! Re: Turbo vs Non-Turbo, there will be a UTV Class meeting after the drivers meeting on Friday night.
FIP – Final Information Packet, all rules and really interesting information, read me!
Main Pit – Diagram
Hot Pit – Diagram
Start Line – Diagram
Contingency – Diagram, driving, parking layout at the BlueWater Resort
Spectator – Diagram, where to spectate
Spectator Regulations – spectators please read these regs, very important
Tire Rule – don’t leave your tires in the desert, time penalty
IRC Order Form – for tracking, all vehicles must have the IRC unit for this race
Pit Crew Insurance – Ins release form, please have all your support members and minors, everyone in your camp to sign this for, bring with you to registration, we will give you pit crew arm bands
1st Information – Letter with general information. Detailed info in FIP (Final Information Packet) on 9/23, day of draw
CT Entry Form – you can type right on the form, download it (print it) and send in with $200 deposit and this will get you in the draw and you’ll receive an FIP with a paid deposit
Class 7100 – Entry Form
Class 8000 – Team Ford Bonus – Yes, Class 8000 will be in the Time Trials. There will NOT be a Time Trials for Class 1000 & 7200.
Camp Fees – at the Main Pit – No Open Fires – please read this letter, great information, spectator info, fire pits must be enclosed
The draw for start positions is September 23, 2015. To get in the draw and your name and sponsors listed in the Souvenir Event Program. Please note, we don’t accept faxes so if you send a fax make sure to send the ORIGINAL ENTRY FORM with a $200 deposit and we will send you your race packet, we want you to have your packet, send in an original form! We hold your packet until we get an original! Remember to write the MAKE of your vehicle in the Make line, if you are racing a Ford they will not pay you unless you write Ford in this line, please fill out your entry forms completely, it makes our lives a lot easier here! If you have the same people race every time print out address labels (follow the information format on the lines) and just stick them on, it’s so easy that way!
Volunteer Form – we are looking for great people to volunteer for a flag position on the course, this is your E Ticket to see great racing!
Vol Ins Form – please send in this form along with your vol form
Pit Crew – Insurance Release Form. DOR (Driver of Record) please have everyone in your pit, including Minors, sign this form. Bring it with you to registration and we will give you pit crew arm bands. The DOR is responsible for the behavior of your pit crew! CRIT is requiring all pit crews to be identified by these armbands!
Helicopter Registration – you must fill out this registration and send it in to our office. Also, you must attend a Mandatory Helicopter meeting on Friday, in the Mohave Room at the BlueWater Resort, at 3 pm.
Vendor Information – If you want to be a VENDOR you must get a Vendor / Business License from CRIT, you can call 928-669-1336, the tax & finance office. OHV Camp Fees and No Open Fires – please read this letter, great information, spectator info, fire pits must be enclosed
River Septic now has FRESH WATER, they can deliver fresh water to you for your RV’s, Swamp Coolers, Etc. $45 per 100 gallons. They also pump RV holding tanks for $25. If you would like your own “Portable Restroom” delivered to your pit you can order for only $65 per unit, for the whole weekend. Call our office ahead to schedule services at (928) 667-0021, or the driver can be reached at (928) 580-9053.
1) If you are racing in an earlier race than your own for a practice lap you will no longer be in Class 1800. Class 1800 is a true sportsman class and we want to give them the opportunity to win the race. A pre-run class is now Class 4700, no trophy’s will be given in this class. YOU MUST use a different transponder than the one you use for your main race, you cannot use the same transponder, it will mess up the scoring program. The scoring program will score you for the Class 4700 race and add that to your main race, it doesn’t work, so you must use (2) different transponders. 20 starting points total, both days.
Minor Form – anyone racing 17 years or younger must fill out this Minor Form. This is a new Minor form and yes you need a separate minor form notarized for each race, bring this form with you to registration. We suggest making 5-6 copies and have it notarized all at once, this will save you 5-6 trips to a notary, but again, we need one form per event.
Spectator Diagram – (not active) this is a great area for awesome spectating, this is where all spectators are directed to go. You won’t see any racing at the Main Pit, as it has a 25 mph speed limit in the pit; this area was designed so you will get to see some great racing!