Policy and Notes
Please read the following carefully. If you have any questions or need clarification, please do not hesitate to contact Crystal Lopez at (432) 336-2264 or email email@example.com.
It is important to remember that the
The BBORR is more of a technical driver’s challenge than a straight road course like the Nevada races. There are 59 turns in the last 50 miles leading to Sanderson. They are composed of many elevations changes and are made up of all types of turns to be found on any road course, anywhere. These turns make it a real challenge to meet your average class speed – in any division. Please keep in mind when you decide on your entry Division and Class.
Refunds and Transfers
IMPORTANT: By signing the entry application and thereby entering the event, you are certifying your understanding and acceptance of these terms. It is important that if you do not understand one or any of the above state policies and/or need clarification, that you contact the Big Bend Open Road Race Administration.
BBORR will make every effort to insure that the event will be started and completed in a timely manner. There may be occasions where Acts of God or Government Intervention may prevent the start and/or completion of the Event. If such an occasion were to arise, BBORR cannot issue refunds or rain checks.