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WSAW -- Though it did delay the racing for a bit, frigid temperatures weren't enough to slow down the snowmobiles at Tomahawk Speedway Saturday. Dozens eagerly watched the machines - dating back to and older - speed around the course during the Tomahawk Pro Vintage Snowmobile Racing. Speedway co-owner Andrew Bartelt said the sleds help the Tomahawk area stay busier in the colder months.
For oval racers try a tighter secondary and as little engagement preload as you can get. And most people will tell you I'm seriously whacked in the head for saying this, but if I was going to go grass dragging, I'd locate an original hex clutch and set that up just for racing. All swappers in attendance are asked to set-up around the perimeter of the display area and not within the snowmobile display lines.
No Hans devices. No padding. When drivers accelerate to speeds exceeding miles per hour on the straightaways, your heart will race…. Please check out the I website for further updated information on the 52nd Annual I Snowmobile Race.
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The Winnipeg to St. Paul I is a legendary race in the world of snowmobiling. It was perhaps the first big money, big exposure race to enter the sport.
The snow that fell Saturday outside the Blue Moose in East Grand Forks provided a perfect setting for the collection of wintry, North Country nostalgia displayed outside the bar and restaurant. The event was open to sleds and older. Organizers held the first vintage show in East Grand Forks nine years ago. The event then was put on hiatus for a couple of years before being revived in