The 2023 Red Bull Scramble Is Coming

Red Bull announces next year’s schedule.

The Red Bull Scramble is grassroots racing in all corners of the country.Red Bull

Red Bull has announced the 2023 Scramble and the side-by-side race series will look a little different next year. There will be eight races spread around the country for amateurs and professionals alike, but each event will be part of the new National Scramble Series Championship. That means competitors will vie for points in a season-long title across two classes. The Pro class is, fittingly enough, for professional racers while the Sportsman class is designed for amateur drivers and their rigs.

Red Bull says there’s a third championship title up for grabs: the Ironman Championship. While the point systems are identical for the Pro and Sportsman classes, points in the Ironman Championship will go to the one driver from either class who completes the most Scrambles.

The season will run through December of next year, when the final event takes place in Glamis, California. While the calendar is packed with familiar events, including the Ice, Snow, Stone, and High Desert Scrambles, Red Bull has added three more races to the schedule. The Ranch Scramble in Texas, Beach Scramble in New Jersey, and Solstice Scramble in Alaska are all fresh next year. Check out the full schedule below.• Jan. 28, Red Bull Ice Scramble in Okoboji, Iowa

  • Feb. 18, Red Bull Snow Scramble in Copemish, Michigan
  • April 1, Red Bull Ranch Scramble in Decatur, Texas (New)
  • May 6, Red Bull Beach Scramble in Wildwood, New Jersey (New)
  • May 20, Red Bull High Desert Scramble in Nephi, Utah
  • June 24, Red Bull Solstice Scramble in Anchorage, Alaska (New)
  • Sept. 16, Red Bull Stone Scramble in Huntsville, Tennessee
  • Dec. 9, Red Bull Sand Scramble in Glamis, California

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