Racing can be serious business. And for those of you who like that, there are two good places for you to go this weekend. First, the Beausejour 50th Anniversary in Manitoba. This is going to be a party that just doesn’t come around except once every 50 years or so. Glenwood Minnesota is also having their vintage race again – nice facility and a good organization.
But for the rest of you… how would you like a chance to just race your vintage sled as it is? No fancy studs, carbides, expensive parts or the like? Then have I got a deal for you!
Run what you ‘brung! this weekend in Fargo North Dakota, ISOC is running the second phase of their three leg vintage snocross series, and you won’t want to miss it! Because these races are on fairly deep snow, you really need no special anything on your sled. You can just drag out what you got and test your skills against your buddies!
They have classes for: Fan leaf springers, 1989 or earlier, open leaf springs from 89 or earlier, fan IFS 89 or earlier, open IFS 89 or earlier and 1995-2005. By the way, if you just read those classes, you pretty much just read the rules as well. It really is designed to be super easy for you to come to the races, fire up that sled and go – just like they did in the days before they started racing on ice.
If you can’t make it this weekend, ERX in Elk River MN has the same thing on March 11th. C’mon out and see what you can do! For more information, you can download this PDF from ISOC. Or contact [email protected]. See you there!