ROK CUP USA announces change to ROK The Rockies structure

ROK Cup Promotions announces SBR Motorsports park as the new permanent home of ROK the Rockies in Colorado

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Today, ROK Cup Promotions announced that there would be a restructure of the current ROK the Rockies (RTR) format and a new permanent home in Colorado has been found.

“Our last event was my first trip to SBR, and the atmosphere there is why I got into this crazy sport in the first place. The track layout is amazing; very technical; lots of elevation change, just a cool old school track. Yes the track has some years on it and needs some improvements but no doubt one of cleanest facilities I have ever been to, to me this shows the dedication to wanting to make it great and we look forward to working with Lee and his team” said Garett Potter, Director of Operations at ROK Cup Promotions.

ROK CUP Promotions, along with its current RTR racers, think changing the structure to include one home track to build from will be much better for the program and easier for racers to attend the events as it is located just 1.5 hours from the city of Denver. Overall the best decision for the series to grow and develop into one of the best club programs in the country.

“We have seen great results with the Northern California series at ROK Sonoma and I think SBR has the same potential.” Potter continues. “Our goal across ROK programs like this is to make karting fun again, get back to where it began, encourage current racers from all over the state of Colorado to come see what we have to offer, and most importantly add new racers to our beloved sport. We are constantly learning and adapting our series' to ensure we deliver the best possible offering to the karter.”

The remaining races on the ROK the Rockies calendar will take place at SBR. There will be one date change noted below.

Remaining ROK The Rockies SBR dates

August 25-26 (previously 18-19 August)
September 15-16
October 20-21


Micro/Mini $250 - includes one set of race tire
Jr/Sr/Masters/Shifter $270 - includes one set of race tires

New for RTR

Engine rental - Complete including Saturday Practice starting at 1pm and Sunday Race
Micro/Mini $100
Jr/Sr/Masters GP $200
Shifter $300 complete (minus cooling system)

Saturday Bridgestone Party

Free barbecue from 6-9pm food and drinks are on Bridgestone

Last three races will be double points for each round- meaning New comers you are still in the points! Champions will receive ROK the RIO tickets that include, entry, race tires, fuel, oil.

For more information on ROK the Rockies, ROK Cup USA and ROK Cup Promotions, please feel free to contact ROK CUP USA at (407) 476-5635 or [email protected]

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