SXS ENGINE BUILDERS

Updated approved engine builders able to tag motors are:

MARK QUEEN
QUEEN RACING – LAKE HAVASU CITY, AZ
928-302-0986

CURTIS SPARKS
SPARKS RACING – BAKERSFIELD, CA
661-872-4343

JOHNNY CROSS
CROSS MOTORSPORTS – RIVERSIDE, CA
951-333-5084

CHRIS HAWK
BENCHMARK PERFORMANCE – TOMONA, CA
760-484-0986

BRYAN CARR
CARR ONE FABRICATION – LAKE ELSINORE, CA
951-833-8061

WORCS Racing
3709 El Dorado Ave N.
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86406
435-635-1597
Heather@podiumpromotionsllc.com

ALL SXS STOCK CLASSES WILL NEED ENGINE TAGGED

Due to the influx of protest and time being spent on protest, all SXS stock classes will need to have their engine tagged no later than September 30th, 2021. Kits will be available for purchase at R-6 Cedar City. Engine builder and racer will be held responsible for tagging the motors and will need to return a liability waiver to myself either by mail, email or in person at R-7 Glen Helen.

Kits will include:

Polaris: Kits can be purchased at registration for $35.

  • Engine tag, numbered and assigned to racer
  • Bolts X2
  • Waiver of liability, and proof of tagging

Can-Am, Yamaha and Hisun: Kits can be purchased at registration for $10.

  • Engine tag, numbered and assigned to racer
  • Waiver of liability, and proof of tagging
  • Bolts not included and will need to be purchased separately

Honda: Kits can be purchased at registration for $10.

  • Engine tag, numbered and assigned to racer
  • Waiver of liability, and proof of tagging
  • Bolts not included and will need to be purchased separately, Chris from Benchmark can be contacted at 760-484-0986 for assistance in tagging motors.

Classes include:
Pro Stock
1000 Stock
Youth 250 Stock 6-8
Youth 250 Stock 9-12
Youth Limited Stock
Youth 600 Stock
Youth 1000 Stock

Engine tags need to be untampered with once on the motor and need to be placed so tech director can visualize engine tag during tech inspection. If a tagged motor is protested, racer will be subject to tear down the motor, if motor is determined to be illegal, said racer will lose all series points. If a tagged motor is found to be illegal, said engine builder will no longer be able to tag engines within the WORCS Racing Series.