Ultra4 has a new home
TEAMWORK - DEDICATION - ADVERSITY - PERSEVERANCE
These things have led to the strengthening and commitment of MidAmerica's off-road programs. MAO has purchased the rights to the Ultra4 racing series. We have forged relationships with industry leaders, and our programs are growing stronger each day. To everyone in the off-road community, we want to take this time to say thank you for allowing us to be a part of your culture.
Dave Cole and his amazing KOH staff will focus on the growing powerhouse, King of the Hammers. MAO will concentrate on the Ultra4 series as well as our other programs and events. Protecting and expanding the culture is a priority in both our programs.
As always, the race year will start with King of the Hammers hosting the beginning of the Ultra4 series. Unfortunately, this year we have had to make some challenging race schedule changes as we integrate Ultra4 and MAO together. If that affects you and your racing program, we are genuinely sorry.
The revised full 2022 Ultra4 schedule is below.
Car classes in this series include 4400 Unlimited, 4800 Limited, 4500 Modified, 4600 Stock, Stock Sportsman, and SXS classes include Pro Modified, Stock Production and Open. Select locations and races will also include youth 170 classes.
Every race pays out over $50,000 across the classes and will take place at exciting new and challenging terrains around the country. There will be National Championship points finishers as well as East & West Regional points finishers. Payouts & schedule detailed below.
Official Ultra4 Rules Document Coming SOON
**A USAC license is required to register for an Ultra4 race. Co-drivers and any team members planning to be in the hot pit area of a race must also secure USAC licenses. They are available to purchase for a full year or on a single event basis. Link included on registration page above, or directly by clicking here.**
2022 Points Standings
See images below for national points standings by class. Note that some classes are spread across more than one image. Each class is sorted by national points ranking, with regional leaders noted.