The ZEUS experiment has a three-level trigger system to select electron-proton interaction events from a large anticipated background of proton beam-gas. The first level decision is formed using pipelined hardware processors clocked at the 96 ns beam crossing frequency. A vital component of this decision is discrimination against upstream events using tracking detector information. The processors use three-dimensional space points measured in the central tracking detector to find pointing tracks over most of the θ range, and include forward tracking detector information to improve the resolution and angular coverage in the proton forward direction. The processor design status and performance simulation results are presented.