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Snowmobile on snowOur website offers various information on snowmobiles and racing.

You will find general information on snowmobiles, statistics on this sport or a list of races snowmobiles past or future (WSA, NHSA, NSRA, ...).

We also offer information on snowmobile manufacturers and the different performance of these engines.

Find all this information in our page dedicated to snowmobile.


Ice and Snowmobile Circuit

Different types of snowmobile racing

Snowmobile racing

The snowmobile can move snow, of course, but also on grass or ice. Races were developed for each of these types of circuit

Grass Snowmobile Circuit

NHSA Grass Drags and Watercross Race schedule, camping and lodging, photo gallery.

Kickin-Grass Pictures, rules, forms, and contact page for the annual snowmobile grass races.

Other snowmobile racing

Wapsipinicon Snowmobile Association The Wapsipinicon Snowmobile Association (WSA), is a non-profit snowmobile club based in Buchanan County, Iowa. The club hosts the WSA 500.

You can find a list of snowmobile racing.

Races are so popular than they have reached online casino where you can bet on your favorite racer like you bet on your cards in poker. This is what makes sport races a all society event and is loved by young and old.

For US gamblers, online sports betting is now legal in the United States since the Supreme Court has struck down a federal law (PASPA) that banned sports betting in almost every state. Now each state can set its own rules for online sports betting.

The internet gambling scene offers a great number of casino and eSports betting websites that offer different types of sportsbook betting. There are lots of sports betting websites like BetUS, SportsBook, OddsMaker and InterTops that are dedicated to casino games and betting on motor races, soccer, hockey, basketball, football and videogames.

Pro Ice News

U.P. Ice Masters 500 February 24-26th, 2012

Escanaba, Michigan is ready to slide into the first annual Midwest Ice Racing Association Ice
Masters 500 February 24-25.

“We have ice,” said Steve Masters, Director for the Bays de Noc Convention and Visitors
Bureau. The ice race had been scheduled to happen earlier in the season, but the warm spell that
took over the Upper Peninsula made it hard to build a race track with the inches of ice needed.
The weather has finally cooperated, and the staff at the U.P. State Fair Grounds and volunteers
from across Delta County have worked hard to prepare the track for the race. “We drilled a test
hole on February 7th, and we have over 12 inches of ice on the 3/8 mile oval track,” added

Organizers for the event include The Bays de Noc Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Delta
County Chamber of Commerce, the U.P. State Fair Grounds, and the Midwest Ice Racing
Association; All share the goal of making this race an annual winter event. “I am excited about
the community collaboration for this event and the potential financial boost to our business
community,” said Vickie Micheau, Director for the Delta County Chamber of Commerce. “I
know when the racers arrive, our residents and the business community will roll out the red
carpet and show the best our area has to offer,” she added.

Recent cancelations around the Midwest and Canada, due to the unseasonably warm weather,
have put a damp on snowmobile racing season. Steve McAlpine, one of the MIRA organizers,
explained, “We just finished racing at the I-500 in Sault Ste Marie, Michigan, and there is a lot
of buzz about the Escanaba Race. Due to race cancelations, racers are eager to be on the track.
The U.P. State Fairgrounds is an outstanding venue to host a snowmobile race.”

Escanaba is stepping up to provide a great experience for the racers and fans alike. The original
race was a Masters 300, but has been changed to become a Masters 500. “The various sprint and
enduro racers will race hard and put on a great show for the spectators. We think that in the
future, the venue with its central location has the potential to become one of the largest races on
the MIRA circuit and possibly the Midwest,” added McAlpine.

“I expect this race to become an annual winter event, similar to the I-500. Our community has
proven to be an excellent host for sport events. We need to put on a great race, get the
community in the stands, put heads in the beds of the motels, and get people into area businesses.
When the event is over we will evaluate the overall event and the impact it had on the
organizations and the community,” Masters concluded.

Gates open at 12 pm on Friday February, 24 and racing will continue under the lights until
approximately 8:30 pm and on Saturday, February, 25 8:30 am – 5:30 pm. Heated concessions
with seating, restrooms, and adult beverages are located on-site across from the race track.
Tickets are $10 per day or $15 for a weekend pass.

Please call 906-786-2192 or visit for more information

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