We are excited to have PCI Radios join us as the title sponsor for the PCI Radios Fallon 250. PCI is the official radio sponsor for ULTRA4 and will be on site this weekend to help drivers with any communications needs they may have.
The Fallon 250 marks the final regional race of the 2017 ULTRA4 Race series. For the 3rd consecutive year, VORRA and ULTRA4 drivers will race together over Labor Day weekend in the Fallon, NV. More than 120 drivers are registered between VORRA and ULTRA4. This will be the final showdown in the Western Regional series for the ULTRA4 Classes. The only spectator area will be at the start/finish line. This is not nearly as spectator friendly as the Nitto Nationals will be Reno, NV.
Important BLM update!
Due to heightened fire risk
No campfires allowed
Welding in cleared areas only
Smoking only inside of a closed vehicles
Reminder For Teams!
Have you ordered your Yellowbrick Tracker? Yellowbrick Trackers required for all classes: Cost is $95.
New for 2017, Yellowbrick trackers will be required for all classes at Fallon. This is a tracking service we have wanted to use in prior years, and the trackers are available this year for labor day. For those unfamiliar, Yellowbircks are a GPS tracker that allow race ops, teams and family to track a driver’s location throughout the race. These are the same trackers used at King of The Hammers. No mounting hardware is necessary for these trackers they can attach to your pillar with zip ties.
The Fallon 250 is an approx. 250 mile desert race.
The race is 6 laps of a 41 mile loop. There are no rocks, it is an endurance desert race. ULTRA4 Limited and UTV classes will be racing the morning race with VORRA’s production and UTV classes and the ULTRA4 4400 classe will be racing an early evening into night race. Lights will be required for 4400s just as they are at King of The Hammers.
Main Pit Location
For those wondering where the main pits will be located, please click the links above. The first link shows from Stockman’s Casino in Fallon. The second link gives you the pit location only. The actual address for the Start / Finish is on an unnamed road, but Google Maps shows the turn at Salt Wells on US 50, which is 15 miles SE of Fallon. From the Salt Wells exit, it’s another 2 miles South on a dirt road to the Start / Finish area.
Drivers that have committed and paid for the 2017 ULTRA4 Western Regional series are already registered for the Fallon 250. If you wish to race the Fallon 250 as part of ULTRA4 (points and purse payouts) and have not yet registered, click here to register for the Fallon 250
Please note, there will be a $100 late fee for any drivers registering after August 28th or on site!
Registration for VORRA Classes is as follows:
Class 1/2-1600, 9, T, 10, UTV – $600
Sportsman: – $500
Please note: Prices will be the same as 2016 and not reduced as they were at Hawthorne.
Course Inspection & GPS
Course Inspection is open Thursday after Pit move in and Friday until MIDNIGHT. Maximum speed is 35 mph, and you must obey all Nevada laws.COURSE INSPECTION IS AT YOUR OWN RISK.
*A GPS download of the course will be available on site at registration, please bring sd card with you to registration.
There will be 2 pit locations available. A team with one pit vehicle/crew CAN compete at this race. One of the pit locations is manned solely by a professional desert race pit team, ProPit, teams that wish to utilize this pit will simply need to pay the crew $25 for their assistance and can drop off necessary supplies to them on Friday during Registration/Tech.
It is highly recommended that you utilize ProPit as access to this area is from Check 2 via the Race Course ONLY PRIOR TO START OF RACE. During race, the only access in or out is Dixie Valley side through Rawhide, if you send a pit crew there they will likely be there all day from 6am-12am. ProPit will be available Frday on site at the start/finish area for sign ups and to drop off equipment. Please note that this is an independent service provided; all inquiries should be made through ProPit.
ALL TEAMS – Bring tarps or mats to be used for fluid containment under vehicles in pit areas and during times that spills are likely to occur. A clean-up kit is also required, and can be as basic as a shovel and heavy-duty trash bags capable of containing soil affected by a small spill. Spills greater than 1 quart must be reported to Race Officials or a BLM Representative.
All ULTRA4 drivers and co-drivers MUST have either annual or single use USAC insurance purchased. Pre-purchasing your USAC insurance saves tons of time on site. Please visit www.ultra4license.com
to purchase your insurance before the race!
Pit Crew Costs
$25 per pit crew band. $20 goes towards port-a-potties and dumpsters in the pits as well as leveling and grading work to expand the pit area. $5 goes to USAC Insurance.
Schedule of Events
Camping is dry camping only and is on a first-come-first-served basis. As this is an endurance desert race pits will be tight in the main pit area. Pit bands are required for those camping in the main pit area.
The race course is approx. 30 minutes from Fallon. Camping is free for those with bands. There are many lodging options along the 50 in Fallon.
Hotels in Fallon include:
Holiday Inn Express
55 Commercial Way
Fallon, NV 89406
1830 W Williams Ave
Fallon, NV 89406
Americas Best Value Inn & Suites
1051 W Williams Ave
Fallon, NV 89406