The interest in vintage snowmobiles lately has been explosive. With a few record season of snowfall following several lackluster years, more and more snowmobilers are pulling the metal out of storage and blowing the dust of the hood to relive the glory days of the sport.
Ontario is one of North America’s most enthusiastic vintage snowmobiling areas and Rob Noakes has been working diligently to support vintage snowmobiling in the area by producing the upcoming Grand Prix de Kincardine vintage snowmobile race.
The race will be held at the Family Funland Go Kart Track on Hwy 21, south of Kincardine Ontario on Sunday, February 22nd, 2009. Note that Saturday will be a practice day for all racers.
Classes are strictly for 1981 snowmobiles and older and include single cylinder stock, super stock and modified, twin cylinder stock and superstock, Master’s Class, Powder Puff Class and more.
This race is open to the public and spectators get in free! Bring your kids out to show them a bit of snowmobile history and to have a great day as a family.
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Presented by: Huron Shores Vintage Snowmobilers and Rob Noakes & Family.