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Snowmobile drag racing comes to town


If you’d like to get out and find something fun to do in this winter weather, you might want to check out the snowmobile drag races next weekend.

The Cedar Springs 500’ Snowmobile Drag Races will premier Saturday, February 28, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Cedar Springs Drag Way, located at 13540 West Street, Cedar Springs. “This event will feature four at a time Snowmobile Drag Racing, with teams from all across the U.S. and Canada racing snowmobiles, with engines producing over 600 horse power, and delivering speeds in excess of 125 mph, in a distance of 500’ and that’s hauling the mail,” said organizer Jimmy McHugh.

On Saturday, February 28, at 4 p.m., the Cedar Springs 500’ will feature “The Stud Boy KING of the SNOW championship” event. This race will feature all the chrome plated 600 horse power go fast snowmobiles, in a shoot out battle for the Stud Boy King of the Snow championship crown.

A similar snowmobile drag racing event was held a few years ago in Sand Lake.

A similar snowmobile drag racing event was held a few years ago in Sand Lake.

“The Cedar Springs 500’ Snowmobile Drag Races are not just limited to pro drag teams,” explained McHugh. “The average trail riding snowmobiler can participate also. The event is located right next to the White Pine snowmobile trail #5, so you can ride or trailer your snowmobile to the event and race your snowmobile just like the pro teams do, without having to own a pure Drag Racing Snowmobile. All trail Snowmobiles are welcome to participate. The cost to race your Snowmobile is $20 per Snowmobile, which allows you to make as many passes down the track as you like.

Spectator admission is $10 per person. Kids 12 and under are free.

For more information on the Cedar Springs 500’ Snowmobile Drag Races please contact Jimmy McHugh @ 616-260-4382 between 8am and 8pm EST.

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