WHERE TO RIDE & RACE YOUR UTV: KING OF THE ELEMENTS

CHASING THE TRIPLE CROWN BECOMES KING OF THE ELEMENTS

SXS SPORTS KING OF THE ELEMENTS SERIES

Created in 2019 by Johnny and CJ Greaves, Monster Energy and SxS Sports, the $150,000 UTV Series tested racers’ skills and speed on ice, supermoto and short-course tracks. Now called the King of the Elements, the 2020 series starts March 6th at Eagle River and will have new rounds at Dirt City, 141 Speedway and ERX Motorsports Park, all in Wisconsin. Classes include Pro Stock, Pro Mod, Sportsman and Mini classes, and Kawasaki and Yamaha include the series in their 2020 Racer Rewards and Blue Crew Programs.

Get your dirt-track tires studded for the Arctic Derby Dash March 6-7, 2020.

The Arctic Derby Dash is touted as one of the ultimate UTV challenges and is the first race in the Monster Energy Chasing the Triple Series. Racing on a frozen lake with studded tires and sliding at speeds of 80+ mph is the ultimate frozen rush. Pro-class entries are $300 if registered by March 3rd, Sportsman entries are $100, and SxS Mini (5-12) entries are $50.

Flat-track skills will be tested at the Arctic Derby Dash and 141 Speedway rounds.

The Spring National is next on June 4-5 at a brand new Dirt City Motorplex at Lena, Wisconsin. Racers will test their short-course skills and have two days of close-quarter racing. Entry fees are the same each round, and there are pit/camping fees of $25 per weekend for 20×40-foot spaces and $50 for 40×80. Spectator camping is $25 (20×40). There are late fees after May 18th, and registration closes on June 4th.

Is this THE Ricky Carmichael, the Greatest Of All Time motocrosser? Combined short-course and cross-country skills will be tested at Dirt City and ERX Park rounds.

True to the Chasing the Triple Crown format, the King of the Elements next converges on 141 Speedway in Francis Creek for dirt-track action September 18th. Register before September 8th, as late fees are imposed up until the cut-off on September 18th at 12:59AM EST.

Lastly, ERX Motorsports Park hosts the final King of the Elements round on October 2nd with a track combining short-course, cross-country, rally and obstacle course for an all-discipline, all-terrain challenge.

Awesome trophies, race and series purses and manufacturer contingencies are up for grabs at the King of the Elements.

Pro class champions earned a $20,000 series bonus in 2019, and Kawasaki and Yamaha are offering contingency support for Teryx KRX and YXZ1000R racers. Kawasaki is putting up $14,600; a Pro Stock win is worth $1,500, and a Sportsman win pays $500. Yamaha offers $12,500 total with a Pro Production 1000 or Pro Mod win earning $2,500 and a Sportsman win earning $1,000. Maxxis Tires, Rugged Radios, VP Racing Fuels, Vision Wheel, Race Driven and Can-Am are also supporting sponsors.

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SXS SPORTS KING OF THE ELEMENTS SERIES

1. Mar. 6-7…Arctic Derby, Eagle River, WI

2. June 4-5…Dirt City Motorplex, Lena, WI

3. Sept. 18…141 Speedway, Maribel, WI

4. Oct. 2…ERX M/S Park, Elk River, WI

Contact…www.sxssportsracing.com

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