This class in the GNCC series was
aimed to get local riders attracted to
the sport at all the different venues
the series stops at every two weeks.
Chances are, within a 50-mile radius
of each track, there are probably
thousands of small to mid-sized 4x4s
sitting in garages or working around
the property that can feasibly be
raced on any given weekend.
The rules for this class are simple:
you have to run a production 4x4
machine that came standard with
front and rear racks and is under
580cc. The cc limit was set at 580,
so guys with Polaris Sportsman 570s
could have at least one piston overbore and still be legal.
Other machines you could run in
❏ Racing is an expensive proposition.
It seems like no matter what class you
run, you are always racing against
guys with a bigger budget. Well, there
is a group of guys in the GNCC series
who are trying to build up the 4x4
Lites class in hopes of keeping it a
level playing field without breaking
the bank and attracting more riders to