The 2019 PURE UTV OFF-ROAD DEZERT SERIES...
This Series, now going on its sixth year, as a full-on-scheduled series, has become the standard for all other series across the Country.
No doubt, that it is not as sexy as a Baja race or perhaps a race from Vegas to Reno, but the competition is no less fierce, competitive and terrifically challenging.
Just because most of the LAPS, which range from as short at 15-miles to over 75 miles in distance make are no less challenging. and they make up the gamut of races ranging from 150 miles to 300 miles.
More importantly, the 283+ square miles of the California City and surrounding area of the County of Kern desert offers some of the most diverse terrain ever found in one area: From the hard packed roads of the Nevada desert to the rocky hills of both Nevada and Baja, plus, the often most difficult washes, whooped-out trails and some of the most magnificent views of the high desert you will ever see. The only thing missing in our racecourses are the "beach runs" found on the Pacific and East Coasts of Baja. But if you close your eyes, you can almost hear the waves breaking next to you.
The PURE UTV Off-Road Dezert Series is not only a "training ground" for up and coming UTV racers, but it is a great place for many Veterans of the sport to hone their skills, dial-in their vehicles and get the most diverse elements to train for the next "big one."
However, where can you go and race and test and improve and have a great time for the ridiculously low entry fees. You don't have to mortgage your house or skip your kid's next birthday party to race with us.
THE PURE UTV SERIES IS THE MOST AFFORDABLE SERIES AND RACING ANYWHERE IN THE COUNTRY.
But we can't rest on our Laurels, this year we are going to feature some terrific things and are currently working to set up a year-end Fat-Check, to pay the Champions. Stay tuned for more on that.
The seven-event 2019 Series is going to be the best ever and you must be part of it.
Check out the dates, and load them into your calendar. You can't miss one single event.
However, we will count the best six out of the seven events in the Series to compute the final scores.