These rules are your responsibility to know and understand.
NO DRINKING ALCOHOL until you are done racing or driving any track work vehicles!!
Your entire sled must be WORTH $500 or LESS for all classes except Slow Leafer Class. Slow Leafer is limited to a $300 sled WORTH.
This includes cosmetics and seat. (Cosmetics included is new going in 2022).
Wear items such as hyfax, carbides, oil, belts, and spark plugs are outside of the $500 budget.
All Snowmobiles must be model year 1990 or older. This includes entire chassis, suspension, and engine. Suspension must be 1990 or older geometry; upgraded shocks and springs are allowed. (Adding suspension to this is new going into 2022)
Maximum track lug height of 1" measured from outside of track belt (side that touches the snow) to the tippy tip top of the lug.
All sleds must have 2 engine kill switches. One must be a functioning tether switch and the other must be an easy to see and use kill switch, not key. No exceptions. Tether must be attached, not held in hand, to rider whenever the engine is running. (The killswitch in addition to the tether is new for 2022).
Liquid cooled must be 440cc or less.
Fan or free air cooled must be 600cc or less.
Slow Leafer class the engine size must be 400cc Fan or smaller. Some Free Air exceptions are allowed. 400cc or smaller Free Air sleds: Arctic Cat Jags, Polaris Colts.
Examples of sleds that are illegal for Slow Leaf are El Tigres, TXs, GPXs, or TNTs. 340 Exciters are also not allowed, reasons being that they produce far more horsepower than all the other sleds in the slow leafer class and they are worth well over $300 running and driving.
Fast Leafer it's the same limits as the sleds for the Main, ya know, except that they have to be leaf sprung front ends.
Puffs, Farts, and Double Junk snowmobiles follow same rules as Main class sleds.
Juniors follow Slow Leafer snowmobile rules.
Any time a snowmobile track is spinning off the ground, it must be on a track stand (unless of course catching some sweet air on the race track) . No person may hold the sled up by hand while track is spinning. It is recommended that the track stand at least have a 'backboard' to keep flying snow and track debris from getting shot across the pits.
All sleds must have a working tail light. Battery operated setups are cheap and easy to install if you're sled's wiring is crap.
No studded tracks!
All METAL ski loops must be completely covered in thick foam.
No exoskeleton framework, a sensible front and rear bumper is allowed.
All racers must wear a chest protector or tekvest. No exceptions!
All sleds must be numbered, three digit maximum, with a highly visible 6” or greater number/text height on both sides of the machine. White background with Black lettering, or Black background with White lettering. (Black/White requirement lettering is new for 2022)
It benefits you as racer to make your number as highly visible as you can so track workers can easily count your laps and place you properly.
Drivers Meeting is @ 9:00am sharp. If you miss or are late to the drivers meeting you do not race. Just like other events one person will not be allowed to hold up the show for everyone else.
Any racer under 18 must have a parent or guardian sign waivers for you to race.