Welcome Racers to the 2020/2021 Red Bluff Outlaws Indoor Winter Series

This season marks the 39th consecutive year of Outlaw Kart Racing in Red Bluff.


Purchase of a Racing License is required to be eligible in the points running. (Please see all fees applicable in the following pages.)

For your convenience we are once again offering Season Passes. Details on the cost and application forms is posted on-line and available now. Note, there are no refunds on Season Passes.

Please be advised, you must be a licensed driver to be eligible for pit parking reservation. Again this coming season all pit parking fees must be acknowledge and paid for by or before October 1, 2020. If you had purchased a pit spot last season that spot will remain yours until October 1st. You are entitled to one pit spot and no purchasing of pit spots for others. An updated pit parking map is on line. Please be advised, if a PIT SPOT remains vacant for more than TWO RACES, spot is FORFEITED AND WILL BE RESOLD.

Attention Drivers:
You may only race in one Division per night.

Age Limitations:
250 Int. Class, 10-18 Born on before 12/01/2020
Open Class, must be 15 or born on before 12/01/2020

There will be a weight rule in all classes

  • 250 Intermediate340-390 lbs  4 Stroke Motors Only.
  • Box Stock283 lbs
  • Open – 450 lbs
  • Open Intermediate –  420 lbs
  • Sportsmen – 475 lbs
  • Beginner Box – Kart Only 185 lbs

The National Racing Association, Inc., dba. Red Bluff Outlaw Karts is dedicated to providing a safe environment for all participants on and off the track. In an ongoing process of evaluation and quality improvement there are revisions which lead to additions to rules, in effort to conduct an organized and structured racing series providing an equal completion platform for all. There are new changes applied to this year’s program updating the rule book. One important note is to be sure to read the rule book in its entirety in order to be well familiar and in compliance with all the rules!

Rulebook – To be read by all drivers, kart owners and pit crew. Adults should be sure their minor drivers understand all rules and regulations. Please carefully read the details in the new Rule Book, and be sure to check the Red Bluff Outlaws’ website for updates and changes – www.rboutlaws.com

Noise Levels – Will be strictly scrutinized and enforced for Open, 250, Open Intermediate Box Stock & Sportsman classes. All classes must comply with state regulations. This is an area that we cannot have any compromises. A specified muffler is available for all of the above mentioned classes.

A standard muffler has been developed that will reduce motor noise in all 4 stroke motors to an acceptable level. It is recommended every effort is made to quiet down your kart. Should you not meet the noise requirement during qualifying at the first point’s race, you must acquire and install the tested and approved (Dr. D) muffler before you may enter the track again for your heat and remainder of the night and throughout the season and beyond. This rule applies to all classes which are subject to noise level compliance.

As per officiating committee, it has been amended; Please read the rule book for detailed information as the bellow points are just briefs

  • Open Intermediate class added.
  • Qualifying will be done in the order of a pill draw.
  • No wrap around side panels.
  • All carbon fiber parts must be approved prior to use.
  • Tail Push bumper vertical rod must be minimum of 10″ from ground.

– 2018/2019 Rule Book Revisions;

Briggs & Stratton 206 motor has replaced the Subaru motor program. Subaru motors are not allowed or supported. Click here for motor rules.

– 2017/2018 Rule Book Revisions;

– 2016/2017 Rule Book Revisions;

– 2015/2016 Rule Book Revisions;

California Starts – it has been amended the 2nd place kart shall have lane choice.

Lapped Karts – No karts shall get their lap back by doping to the back of the pack. All laps must be raced to and earned back. Karts 2 or more laps down shall go to the back of the pack on each ensuing restart. Karts 1 lap down shall remain in position in competition. Should there be a caution 5 laps or less to go even single lap karts shall restart in the back of the pack.

Start Zone –  will be instituted back as per rule book in turns 3 & 4

– 2014/2015 Rule Book Revisions;

RaceCeiver track communication radio –  shall be mandatory equipment in all Box Stock, 250 Int., Open and sportsman classes.

California Starts –  shall be implemented in all event restarts including the lower mains.

DON’T Exit your kart after crashes – formalizing a rule that is already there, if a Kart is involved in an accident and can no longer keep going – and no extenuating circumstances exist such as injury or fire – the driver should not loosen any personal safety equipment until directed to do so by safety personnel or a RBO track official. After being told to exit the car, the driver should proceed  as otherwise directed.

– 2013/2014 Rule Book revisions;

Transponder location – It will be noted so in the rule book that all transponders must be located on the steering column closest to the driver seat. A diagram will be incorporated in the rule book to avoid any confusion.

Lead weights installation – For your safety and the safety of others, all lead weights must be bolted on, painted white with the driver name written on it. (Absolutely not zip ties or wire ties allowed).

Rookie Information: All rookies must register in writing to be eligible, in all classes except Beginner Box Stock Class. Please see new Rookie registration form in the rule book.

Minor Releases – Please be reminded as per our rule book, all minors (everyone under 18 years of age) who enter the pits must have a minor release form on file, completed and signed by the parents. In the event that the parents are not present, they may obtain a minor release form available on our website, then complete it and have the signature notarized or it is required that they submit a notarized letter from the parents authorizing the presenting individual as guardian, thus enabling them to sign the minor release completed at the track.

GOD bless you and we’ll see you at the Races!!
Brandon and Kasey Williams – Promoters of the Red Bluff Outlaws

Email: [email protected]
Tel: 530-806-5265

2019/2020, RBO Winter Series Fees Schedule

In order to purchase a license, you must complete a Competitor’s Licensing Application. Download, fill out the form and print. Mail it in to National Racing Association, Inc., PO Box 720584, Redding, CA 96099 or bring it to the first race.
Download Competitor’s Licensing Application

Entry Fee & Pit Pass
Open, 250 Int., Box Stock, Sportsman classes
License —————- $30.00 (Annual onetime fee only)
Entry Fee ————– $20.00
Driver Pit Pass ——– $25.00
(Unlicensed Racers pay an additional $5.00 per race and are not eligible for point standing)

Beginner box Stock class
License —————- $25.00 (Annual onetime fee only)
Entry Fee ————– $15.00
Driver Pit Pass ——– $25.00
(Unlicensed Racers pay an additional $5.00 per race and are not eligible for point standing)

Pit pass —————- $25.00
Front Gate Adult —— $10.00 ($2 discount for seniors)
Children 6-12 ———- $5.00 (5 & under free)

(Licensed drivers only) Driver season pass – Open, Box Stock, 250 Int., Sportsman Classes
12 Races x $45=$540.00, Discount / -$ 40.00 = $495.00

(Licensed drivers only) Driver Season pass – Beginner Box Stock
12 Races x $40=$480.00, Discount / -$ 40.00 = $440.00

Season Pit Pass ——- 12 Races x $25=$300.00, Discount / -$20.00 = $280.00

Front Gate Season pass
12 Races x $10.00 = $120.00, Discount / -$ 8.00 = $112.00

**SEASON PASSES do not include License fees or West Coast Nationals 

Make all payments payable to National Racing Association, Inc. or NRA, Inc.

Purchase Your Passes Now