­THE TIME TRIALS ONLY – DECEMBER EVENT IS JUST ONE MONTH AWAY!

By November 16, 2017News, Time Trials

November 16th, 2016 – Corona, CA. The Yamaha Time Trials Only event is coming up quickly with just one month until our fourth event! Entries are rolling in quickly, with some of the most talented drivers in the industry ready to mix it up on the track and enjoy a great weekend.

Taking place on Saturday, December 16 2017 at the world famous Glen Helen Raceway, The Time Trials is a timed event, testing speed and performance over a 1.3 mile off road course featuring obstacles, jumps, high speed straight-a-ways, banked corners, and desert sand wash terrain. Like prior Jump Champs Events, The Yamaha Time Trials Only is open to all drivers and types of vehicles with plenty of designated classes, there is a fit for everyone and every vehicle!

Thanks to our partnership with Yamaha, those who do not have a vehicle to enter can get their kicks by signing up and getting behind the wheel of the Yamaha YXZ1000R. The Yamaha YXZ1000R will again be on display and open to test them out. Knowledgeable and experienced Yamaha Sales Staff will also be on hand to answer any inquiries about the machines specifications & performance capabilities.

Haven’t sent your registration in yet? There is still time! Simply fill out your information in our REGISTRATION FORM and submit payment to get your name on the official entry list! To those who have entered already, THANK YOU!

ABOUT THE JUMP CHAMPS

The Jump Champs main focus is gathering the fans, the enthusiasts, the recreational off road vehicle or UTV owners and giving them a place to show off their vehicles and driving ability. With featured events such as The Jump Champs, The Time Trials, and The Desert Drags are contest of skill which allows for the most participation with very affordable entry fees. This event has been long overdue and we are excited to team up with sponsors, big name racers and the iconic Glen Helen Raceway to bring this event to the masses. The goal is to bring the average spectator out to be part of the event, instead of sitting in the stands.