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ROAR Seeking Host Facilities for 2023 National Events

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ROAR Nationals

Announcement from ROAR Racing:
www.roarracing.com

ROAR is seeking proposals from facilities interested in hosting the 2023 ROAR National Championship events.

ROAR National Championships are the most important and prestigious championships held in the US and Canada. They are “center stage” for racers across the US and Canada to come together and compete for the title ROAR NATIONAL CHAMPION. Selected events each year also provide a path for competitors in the US and Canada to qualify for IFMAR World Championships. Submitting facilities should be a ROAR Affiliated Club/Track (https://roarracing.com/join.php).

ROAR will be holding 7 National Championship events in 2023. The suggested or typical time frame for each event is noted in parentheses along with expected or typical number of racers. Facilities making proposals should be certain they can accommodate the expected number of racers.

  • 10th Scale Carpet Onroad National Championship (early March, 100 racers)
  • 10th Scale Electric Carpet Offroad National Championship (early spring, 125-150 racers)
  • Fuel Offroad National Championship (mid June, 150-200 racers)
  • Electric 8th Scale Offroad National Championship (includes 1/10 4wd SCT) (mid July, 75-100 racers)
  • Electric Paved National Championship (late July, 60-100 racers)
  • 10th Scale Electric Dirt Offroad National Championship (mid to late August, 125-150 racers)
  • Fuel Onroad National Championship (October, 100-150 racers)

Facilities interested in submitting proposals should carefully read the ROAR National Guidelines and complete the Nationals Bid Template. Please provide all the requested information. Add any additional information you feel helps to present your track as the best choice to host the event. Host tracks must be ROAR members. Proposals should be received by September 30th in order to receive full consideration. Proposals received after September 30th may be considered if agreed by a majority of the Executive Committee.

Proposals should be sent via email to compdir@roarracing.com. Questions can be directed to that email address or call Jeff Parker @ 956-453-6704.

ROAR National events are run by the ROAR Race Management Team at the selected host track. ROAR is responsible for conducting the event and the host track is responsible for providing the infrastructure needed for a National caliber event (including adequate broadband access) as well as providing any sales of specified products, concessions, etc. Host tracks are required to provide a minimum of 2 people to assist the Race Management Team. ROAR provides all trophies for the event at ROAR’s expense.

Per existing National Guidelines, compensation for host tracks typically includes:

  • A minimum of $1500 for hosting the event (paid by ROAR)
  • An additional $1000 if entries exceed 125 (paid by ROAR)
  • An additional $30 for each entry over 190 (paid by ROAR)
  • All income from event sponsorships
  • All income from the sale of controlled or specified products
  • All income from concessions
  • All income from any pit / table rentals
  • All income from event memorabilia (T-shirts, hats, etc)
  • All income from open practice days prior to the RMT managed portion of the event
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