KING OF THE KASTLE CLASSES & RULES

UTV Classes

  • ’Recreational/Dune UTV First Time Racer (any factory built UTV) Limited to 200 entries

  • Sportsman 900 (600-900cc)

  • Sportsman 1000

  • Sportsman 1000 Turbo

  • Sportsman Women

  • Pro Production 900 (600 to 900cc)

  • Pro Production 1000

  • Pro Production Single Seat (RS1)

  • Pro Production 1000 Turbo

  • Pro Modified 1000

  • Pro Modified 1000 Turbo

  • Pro Unlimited

  • Experimental / Electric / Hybrid

KING OF THE KASTLE CLASS DEFINITIONS

REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL CLASSES

  • Helmets: Helmets must be of the type approved by the Snell Memorial Foundation with a Snell or DOT sticker attached.

  • Fire Suit: One-piece fire suits are mandatory. Fire suits must meet the requirements of SFI 3.2A/1 or better along with gloves and racing shoes or boots. No motorcycle riding gear allowed.

  • Fire Extinguisher: Portable 2.5-pound fire extinguisher readily accessible to the driver. ABC type or equivalent fire extinguisher. A second 2.5 pound fire extinguisher must be mounted at the rear of the vehicle.

  • Safety Harness: All classes require a 5 point harness.

  • Safety Nets: Approved safety nets are mandatory on all vehicles.

  • ADA - KoK welcomes all ADA drivers. As this us a remote desert event each ADA driver must have a non ADA co-driver. ADA codrivers are allowed in all classes.

  • HANS type devices are recommended, or a minimum of neck roll is required.

  • Roll Cage: A well designed and built after market roll cage made for racing is required for all Pro classes. Cage must attach in a minimum of 6 points. Sportsman - Factory cages are not recommended. Factory cages will be allowed if modified or reinforced and tied into the frame at at least 6 points. Gusseting of the factory cage is highly encouraged.

  • Roofs - all Pro vehicles must have an approved metal roof. Sportsman may run an approved stock roof.

  • Doors: Lockable side protection doors must be mounted in a way to not be able to pop open during racing. Factory doors with a secondary locking mechanism are approved.

  • Ignition: Ignition switch and all electric fuel pumps must be labeled and easily accessible from inside and outside the vehicle.

  • NO nitrous or other pressurization / injection type system allowed.

  • Fuel system - Stock fuel system OK, No aftermarket auxiliary fuel tanks allowed, Aftermarket replacement fuel tanks in stock location allowed with 12 gallon max capacity and Fuel cells with bladders allowed but no more than 12 gallons, are allowed for the sportsman class. Approved fuel cells with bladders with, no capacity limit, are allowed for the Pro classes.

  • Battery - all batteries must be securely mounted and the positive terminal taped.

  • Mirrors - all vehicles are required to have at least 1 rear view mirror.

  • Skip Plates - any skid plate is allowed and highly reccomended. All skid plates but be securely attached.

  • Wheels - each wheel on the vehicle including all spares must have the vehicle number on the wheel.

  • Tires - any tire allowed up to 35” in diameter. Single tire per corner.

  • Horns - all vehicles required to have an audible signaling device. A very loud portable air horn may be allowed.

  • Rear Warning Lights - a flashing green or blue light and a steady amber are required on all vehicles. No exceptions. If a light fails you will not be allowed to continue racing. Additional detail will be announced.

  • Spark Arrestors - all vehicles are required to have a USFS approved spark arrestor.

  • Number Plates: Vehicles must display correct vehicle number in the correct size and color.

  • OR OHV sticker - all vehicles are required to display a current OR OHV sticker.

  • First Aid: Weatherproof first aid kit must be carried in the vehicle.

  • Breakdown Safety Devices: One battery-operated red flashing beacon or one red reflective breakdown triangle device.

  • Radios - all vehicles must have a VHF radio. KoK will be utilizing Wxman - 151.625 as the emergency channel. You must advise KoK of your frequency and a cell number. Your frequency must be written on the LH side of the roof.

  • Survival Supplies: All vehicles must carry at least one day of survival supplies and one-quart of water per occupant or rider.

  • Pitting - all vehicles may only pit in the approved pit location. All fueling must be done on a fueling mat, vehicle must be grounded, not running and a person manning an approved fire extinguisher. No shorts allowed in the pits.

 

Changes / updates / revision - The KoK inspector will have the final say on all entries. KoK reserves the right to split or combined classes to accommodate similar classes of vehicles. KoK reserves the right to revise and update all rules.