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Posted by International Roll Racing Association on Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Drivers, start your engines!
The IRRA gives roll racers 18 and over the opportunity to leave the streets, and for the first time ever, to become professional racers. Roll Racing has become a world-wide phenomenon and there are over twenty local roll racing organizations or events worldwide. Instead of starting from a complete stop like traditional drag racing, the heads-up race is started with both cars rolling at an agreed speed (40 mph).
“The IRRA gives the average person the opportunity to be a professional racer,” IRRA President Christopher Harris said. “For years, many have dreamed about being a professional racer, and due to the high cost of owning a dedicated race car, those dreams didn’t come true.
“The IRRA now provides that opportunity. As a IRRA pro, the everyday person has the platform to compete with their own car, earn sponsors and grow their own brand. We want these drivers to be able to share their stories with the world.”
You must have a membership and competition license to participate in the International Roll Racing Association. The competition license is a $99 for a year and gives the driver the opportunity to race at all IRRA events, $100,000 of excess medical coverage, and discounts from participating IRRA sponsors and IRRA apparel.
Racers will compete in four events in 2018 to earn points and be crowned the champion of their class at the end of the season.
A general membership license is $69 for the year. This license will not allow participation in races but will grant holders $100,000 of excess medical coverage, and discounts from participating IRRA sponsors and IRRA apparel.
To become a member of the IRRA, click here.
Want a 3-pack of tickets for 50% off to the inaugural event? Click here for the deal!
This post is sponsored by the Palm Beach International Raceway.