JASON VOSS TAKES THE WIN AT THE VT construction Tonopah “250” Presented by Polaris
In a hard fought battle on a tough course surrounding the picturesque mining town of Tonopah, Nevada, Jason Voss took the overall win in the Ford Powered #1 Trick Truck, besting Corey Keysar by a little less than a minute. Comments from the podium by many racers were how much they enjoyed the course.
Complete unofficial results here:
Congratulations goes to Carty Beal’s God Is Awesome Race Team, as they won the RZR XP® 4 1000, at the driver’s meeting.
VT Construction Tonopah “250” presented by Polaris
Points – Current Points table as of 10/25/17
MCQ Final Points – Final Points with Bonus points 10/30/17 – This has no throw away, which is what the website says, sorry for any confusion.
Lost & Found
Cell Phone was found at Finish line area. Please call us with description to claim.
Maps and GPS
The VT Construction Tonopah “250” presented by Polaris is an epic race in Tonopah, NV in October! Everyone loves the course in Tonopah and the race is a point to point race, one (1) 250-mile loop. All race vehicles will be racing, Motorcycles, Quads, UTV’s, Cars and Trucks! Welcome our new Title Sponsor, VT Construction in Las Vegas, we love you guys, and always Polaris RZR is the best! Two great sponsors, one great race!
The BWDC has been moved for the 2017 racing season, we will not be going to Parker in October, please make all the necessary changes you need to make regarding hotel reservations made. ~ (11/1/16)
VT Construction Tonopah “250” presented by Polaris RZR will be October 19, 20, 21, 22, 2017.
Wednesday, October 4, 2017 – Draw for Start Positions, get your entry form in by the 2nd!
Thursday, October 19, 2017 – Time Trials for Trick Trucks & Class 1500, Welcome Party at the Brewery, Downtown Tonopah
Friday, October 20, 2017 – Registration, Contingency and Tech Inspection, Tonopah Station
Saturday, October 21, 2017 – Race Day
Sunday, October 22, 2017 – Awards Presentation, Tonopah Station
The draw for start positions is October 4, 2017. 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!
Entry List – Please send revisions by Friday October 6th so we can get them in the Souvenir Program
Pit Crew Release – Please have all Pit Crew sign form. BLM will be looking for armbands
Tire Rule – 1 Hour Penalty for flats left on course!
Powerlines – Watch for Powerlines in Pit 3
1st Letter – This has been revised from the one you received in the mail. If you are in Class 6100 please go off this letter!
6100 – Results from June Vote
Car/Truck – Fillable Entry Form
MC/Quad – Fillable Entry Form
Jeepspeed – Fillable Entry Form
UTV – Entry Form
Pit Mileage – This chart will help plan your pits
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 at 3 pm, Location TBD.
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.
Vegas to Reno Incident Update 9/12/17
Alex Kollitz, quad #450 and a truck collided around race mile 256 on 8/18/2017. After several weeks of being in the hospital in Reno, Alex was treated and released to return to his home in Oregon on Aug. 31st.
The Kollitz family and the truck team have been in constant communication since the accident. They are scheduling a meeting in the coming weeks to talk about the accident and come up with some solutions for the future.
The Kollitz family and the entire #450 team express Thanks to all those individuals that helped Alex. From doctors to physicians, racers to event staff, Thank You for all you have done and continue to do for their family. Your thoughts and prayers were answered and we Thank You from the Bottom of our Hearts.
Chris Carlisle, bike #352, a decorated war veteran and long-time off-road competitor, passed away shortly after his accident at race mile 290. A Celebration of Life was held on Wednesday, August 23rd. If you missed it, you can view it at : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJef09Ax3s4&app=desktop
The family has also set up a Go Fund me page. All funds will go directly to Chris’s children.
Please continue to send your thoughts and prayers to the Carlisle family and the Warrior Built Foundation. Like Chris, the Warrior Built Foundation is full of heroes who gave apart of themselves for this great country we live in. Let’s give them the full support of the entire off-road racing community.
The Carlisle family and the Warrior Built Foundation send their deepest appreciation to all those individuals that attended to Chris and have supported them through this very difficult time.