When does registration open?
RMMR registration starts at midnight between New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. So, right after you kiss your sweetheart “Happy New Year”, you better get online and get registered, especially if you want a spot in the Autocross or Open Track both to be held at Pikes Peak International Raceway.
Is there on-site registration?
No, all registration must be received on or before June 1st via mail or online.
How do I know if my registration went through?
Once you’ve completed and submitted the registration form and made your payment via Paypal you should receive two email confirmations: one from our website and one from Paypal.
If you don’t receive these emails you are NOT registered. First, check your SPAM folder to ensure they didn’t end up there. If you’ve confirmed the emails were not received, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you get the email then you are 100% registered and mailed confirmations with additional information will start going out by the 1st week of February.
Can I register for only the autocross or open track?
Each car is required to pay the event registration fee of $60 to participate in any aspect of the RMMR. Your registration includes access to the Show n’ Shine on Saturday.
Does my Mustang belong in the modified class?
Unlike some shows, RMMR does not necessarily place a car into the Modified Class if it contains parts that could not or would not have been installed when it was built. Cars with aftermarket parts such as wheels and tires, non-original paint colors, or non-stock upholstery are permitted in the stock classes as long as the changes are minimal.
The decision as to which class to enter your Mustang in is left up to the owner, with the RMMR committee having the final say if a question arises concerning if car is entered in the correct class.
Here are some guidelines to help with the decision as to which class your Mustang belongs:
- Does the body retain the same outline as when it was built? Additions of body kits, non-stock hood scoops, and/or spoilers that greatly change the basic outline of the body, or the cutting of the hood to clear a supercharger would put the car into the Modified Class.
- Does the main body parts function as on a stock car? Lift off hoods, tilt front ends, and “Lambo” style doors are examples of changes that would place the car into the Modified Class.
- Is the Mustang purpose built? Although your Mustang can be street driven the addition of a full roll cage, drag racing tire package, or a pro-touring style tubbed body would place the car into the Modified Class.
- Some other things that would place the Mustang in the modified class would be a graphics style paint job, a change to the power train such as placing a newer EFI engine in an early car or an engine that was never installed at the factory such as a 460 in a Mustang II, or a major change to the suspension such as rack and pinion steering in and early car.
- If you are still unsure about which class your car belongs please contact RMMR for guidance.
How do I get an event t-shirt?
All registrations received before May 15th will receive a free event t-shirt. Those who register May 16 – June 1 will not receive a free event t-shirt.
How can I order event photos?
John can be contacted directly at 303-232-4878 or John@AssociatedPhoto.com
What’s the refund policy?
As long as you let us know by June 1st we will give a full 100% refund less the 3.99% PayPal fee plus $10.00. No refunds will be given after June 1st. By the first week in June, we have all the event and registration materials boxed and on the way to the host hotel in Colorado Springs, which is too late to refund or make any significant registration changes.
Open Track / Autocross
Can I register for only the autocross or open track?
Each car is required to pay the event registration fee of $60 to participate in any aspect of the RMMR. Your registration includes access to the show n’ shine on Saturday.
How many cars can register for the autocross and where will it be located?
Autocross is sold out at 225 drivers and it will occur on Friday at the west parking lot at Pikes Peak International Raceway, located 16650 Midway Ranch Road, in Fountain.
Do I need to work the autocross?
We will require that all drivers participating in the autocross work a 2 hour shift either before or after they’ve competed. In the past we’ve always “asked” for drivers to volunteer for a 2 hour shift. It is now required. For us to put on a quality autocross, we will need to have enough workers to keep all flowing.
NOTE: ALL DRIVERS MUST REPORT FOR THEIR WORK ASSIGNMENT. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN AN AUTOMATIC “DID NOT FINISH” AND THE LOSS OF THEIR TIMES FOR TROPHY CONSIDERATION. YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY FUTURE RMMR AUTOCROSS.
The RMMR Committee is committed to ensuring a high quality event. With your cooperation, this will be a wonderful event.
Are helmets required for the track and autocross? Are loaners available?
The RMMR has a limited number of loaner helmets available at a first-come first-served basis. Drivers and passengers in either the open track day or the autocross must wear a helmet when on the track. The use of head socks will be required for anyone borrowing one of the RMMR loaner helmets. The RMMR will have head socks available for RMMR participants that need to use our loaner helmets.
Is RV camping available at PPIR?
Yes, RV Camping is available at PPIR starting on Wednesday and ending on Friday of our event week. Participants wanting RV Camping must contact PPIR (719 382-7223) directly to secure a spot.
Are garage rentals available at PPIR?
Event participants can rent a garage at PPIR for our Thursday and Friday events. There are a limited number of garage spaces available. Rentals will be on a first-come first-served basis. To reserve a garage space, participants will need to contact PPIR (719 382-7223) directly to secure their reservation.
Are pop up tents fair game at the autocross/track?
Pop-up tents are not permitted at the Open Track Day or Autocross in the staging area.
What if I forgot to pickup my award?
The RMMR does the best it can with an all volunteer staff to ensure all participants receive their awards, please try to pick them up at the event. The RMMR will do their best to get your award to you in a timely manner. It is best if you pickup your award at the event. If you are a winner of a award in one of the events at the RMMR and did NOT pickup your award at the event, you can contact Bob or JO and pay the shipping cost or stop by their office to pick up your award. You have 60 days from the conclusion of the event to contact the RMMR committee by email of a trophy issue. If the RMMR is not notified after 60 days the participant forfeits their award. RMMR is not obligated to provide unclaimed awards or registration materials after September 15th.
When is the Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup? (RMMR)
RMMR is always on Father’s Day Weekend in June. This year the 35th Annual Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup is June 15 – 17, 2023 and will be split between Cripple Creek and Colorado Springs, Colorado. Registration will open January 1st.
What time does the Friday evening social start and where is the location?
The Friday Night social will be FREE to all registered participants and will include light refreshments and beverages starting at 6pm – 8:30pm at the Heritage Center, 9283 S Highway 67, Cripple Creek, CO 80813.
Are pop up tents fair game at the autocross/track/show n’ shine?
Pop-up tents are not permitted at the open track day or autocross in the staging area. Nor will they be allowed during the Show n’ Shine.
How many cars can be parked and where will the Show n’ Shine be located?
The Show n’ Shine can accommodate up to 500 mustangs. The show will occur along Bennett Ave (Main Street) in Cripple Creek.