Neosho Cup Races

Snowmobile Races

Saturday February 13, 2016 10:00 AM

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Lakecross Format

Our Lakecross format is both fun and challenging to race. The race course is approximately 2-3 miles long and laid out on an unplowed lake. The track is very curvy with some man made jumps and whoops, but most of the course is left untouched to develop its own challenges as the day goes on. This mixing of lake enduro and snowcross style makes for fun racing for Pros and Amateurs alike, as the skill of the driver is tested more than machine set-up. Racing is “head to head” with 6-10 sleds racing at a time. Races are from 3-5 laps long so there is plenty of track time, with heat races to qualify for Finals at the end of the day. A “run what ya brung” format is used so stock and modified machines are allowed, as classes are divided by displacement of the engine-see list below.

Safety equipment is required (tether cord, Saf Jac, and a quality helmet). ALL sleds will be safety inspected.

********** MUST BE 18 or OLDER TO RACE *********

******16-17 YEARS OLD CAN RACE ONLY WITH PARENT OR GUARDIAN  PRESENT AND SIGN WAIVER******

Also Racers ... Please note :

Racers -remember that if you are racing in any of the "Trail" classes; Pro Trail, Amateur Trail studded 0-500, Amateur Trail studded open, Trail Un-studded or Team Trail you cannot lower your sled. This means no shortened or spaced down shocks, no chaining or strapping down the front (ski) suspension. It is ok to adjust your sled down by backing off spring preloads, pulling stock location limiter straps down, or lowing using any stock adjustments. Changing springs or sway bars is also ok. We will be pulling up on front bumpers to check that all of the front suspension travel appears to be available.

Sleds found not to have sufficient front travel will be given the option to change it (before it's raced a trail class) or run in Semi Pro. If the sled has been raced (in a heat or last chance) and then found out to be illegal, will be bumped into Semi Pro or the sled will have to be made legal for the even the possibility to continue in a Trail Class. Anyone found intentionally cheating, ie; changing the sled after it's been "Teched" or checked, will be kicked out of that class w/o any refund of entry fees.

We will be spot checking sleds in the staging lanes again this year.

There are only a few limitations for our "Trail" Classes; no lowering, no comp or sharpened wear bars (don't grind them!) and no ice picks or sharpened trail picks (including Woody's Modified (sharp) carbide picks). You can run as long or as many traction products as you want, you can modify your engine, have a pipe -heck, you can run a turbo if you want, just obey our few simple rules, please.

If you have any questions, please call me before race day, I want everyone to be able to race their class and have a good time.

Mike Wiedmeyer, Race Chairman 262-629-9575
Information call Mike's Motorsports 262-629-9575

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Similar race format as the 2014 year.

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