West Palm Beach, Fla. (December 30, 2018)– In the International Roll Racing Association’s (IRRA) ongoing effort to continue to pioneer the sport of professional roll racing, they have restructured their classes and points system for 2019.
With the first change, the IRRA is removing the drivetrain classification for the different licensing types. “All drive train types will now race each other.” States IRRA President, Chris Harris, “This change will increase the competitiveness of the various licensing classes. Even with this change, racers are still separated by all motor & unlimited classifications, as well as licensing speed.”
The second change to the IRRA is the addition of the Class 3 license. This license is for cars who do not trap over 115 mph. “We understand that all drivers want the opportunity to compete whether they have a 700hp car or a 150hp car. The Class 3 license will allow lower powered cars and drivers to compete in our professional race series. Everybody wants the opportunity to be a professional racer, and this license builds on that idea. Harris continues, “We are always evaluating our organization, so we can continue to evolve and give the racers and fans the best experience possible. We are very excited for the second season of the IRRA and the continued growth of our racers and the entire organization.”
ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL ROLL RACING ASSOCIATION
The International Roll Racing Association (IRRA) is the world’s first sanctioning body for the sport of roll racing. The IRRA gives roll racers the opportunity to leave the streets, and for the first time, become professional racers. Whether you’re a roll racing veteran or a beginner, we have a class for you. Whether it’s a backyard build or a built by a shop, everybody has a chance to step into the spotlight and become a professional roll racing legend!