Mont du Lac Competition Info

January 21, 2020

Mont du Lac Hillcross and Race of Champions on March 28th, 2020:
 
Final racer registration will be Friday Night from 6 to 8 pm CT at the Lodge at the bottom of the hill.  For the past 25 years, the MASTERS has never taken registration the day of the race.  If you cannot register that Friday Night, send in the attached HILLCROSS Registration by Thursday, March 26th too:  MASTERS, % Mont du Lac Registration, 610 Greenland Road, Ontonagon, MI 49953.  You are invited to stay around after registration concludes for the order of the Time Trial qualifying.
 
We are going to give every Hillcrosser 2 timed qualifying runs.  The Top 8 racers will advance in their class to a 2-sled race up the hill.  Highest (fastest) sled will go against the lowest seed,  1 vs 8, 2 vs 7, 3 vs 6, 4 vs 5.  Winners advance to the Class Final.
 
We will have 2 distinct and separate lanes that the racers have to stay in.
 
From 8:00 am CT to 8:30 am we will have Practice runs.
 
We will have a Mandatory Hillcross Drivers Meeting right at 8:30 am CT on Saturday Morning, with qualifying to begin at 9:00 am CT.
 
After ALL qualifying is over we are going to have a  Mandatory Race of Champions Drivers Meeting.  After the Drivers Meeting and during the Hillcross Quarterfinals we will have TNT (Test N Tune) for the Snow Drag Racers for a half hour.  Then we will be grooming the Snow Drag Lanes.
 
We will run the Hillcross through the Semi-Finals.  After the Semi-Finals in Hillcross, we will be going to the Race of Champions, and run them right up to the Semi-Finals.  While we are running the Race of Champions, we will be re-grooming the Hillcross for the Hillcross finals.
 
While we are running the Hillcross Finals, we will be re-grooming the Race of Champions.
 
At the end of the Pro Mod 600, Pro Mod 850 and TOP GUN Finals, we will go directly to the Non-Turbo Shoot-out, then the Turbo Shoot-out.
 
By going back and forth between the two forms of drag racing, we are going to have the time and chance to make sure the tracks are re-groomed.
 
We will accept up to 12 entries in each class, however we will NOT run a class if we do not have a MINIMUM of 4 entry’s per class.
 
VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE:  If we do not have at least 4 entry’s PRE-REGISTERED by Feb 25th, 2020, the MASTERS will cancel that form of racing and go to a Terra-X race.  If you want to bring back Hillcross and/or Snow Drags, we need you to Pre-Register by Feb 25th, 2020.  Please help us in getting the word out.

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Triest Forest Products-Vollwerth’s Meats Mid America Championship Hillclimb at Whealkate Bluff, South Range, MI., Saturday, Feb 1st:
 
As I am sure many of you have seen on Social Media, we had our friends and officials put up fencing to try to stop people from running the hill, well over a month ago.  Idiots knocked down or ran over the fencing.  Diamond House International even donated a big banner asking people to STAY OFF THE HILL.  Nothing worked.  Thus the hill has a hard pack trail up the middle.   
 
We will be working at the hill on Friday, Jan 31st, from Noon till 4pm ET.  We will be setting up the mandatory fencing for course and fan barrier, along with the course at the bottom of the hill and the gates on the hill.  We’ll also be putting up the banners on the hill and the grounds along with signs all around the area.  Sandy and I would really, really, appreciate any help you can give us.
 
FINAL REGISTRATION will be Friday Night, Jan. 31st from 6 to 8 pm EASTERN Time (5 to 7 pm Central).  This will be in the Conference Room at the Ojibwa Casino in Baraga, MI.  It will not be in the former Big Bucks Bingo Hall as it has been in the past.  Now if you cannot make it by 8pm, then send in the Registration with the Fee’s so that the MASTERS receives this by THURSDAY, Jan 30th.
 
The Hillclimb Registration Form, along with the Minor Parental Consent Form is attached.  Per ALL Racing Insurance requirements BOTH Parents of anyone under the age of 18 must sign the Parental Consent Form.  This is to be signed either at the Friday Night Registration or in front of a Notary of the Public.  We have new drivers competing and the confusion (again this year), is that you pay ONLY ONE Insurance fee.  You do not pay insurance for each class you enter.
 
This year we have a new rule where you can enter a maximum of 4 Pro Classes, however you cannot enter more then 2 Pro Stock and 2 Pro Mod Classes.  However if you are 40 and older you can enter the Spirit Class in addition to the 4 Pro Classes.  You can also enter Vintage and/or Snow Bike in addition to the 4 Pro Classes.
 
You will have to attend the Driver’s Meeting to start at 8:00 pm ET.  If you cannot make it, when you send in your Pre-registration you can have a note as to who you will have to represent you at the Driver’s Meeting.  It cannot be someone that is also representing another driver.  It will be your representative at the drivers meeting that will be responsible for passing on all the important information, along with the ‘draw’ to the driver.
 
The Ojibwa Casino will be handing out FREE Casino Play coupon’s to the drivers or the driver representative.
 
There is NO exceptions to Pre-Registration.  For many years the MASTERS has never had driver registration on the day of the event.  The order of the competition is done on Friday Night and the charts are made on Friday Night.  This is the FIRST Hillclimb where we have allowed a driver to designate a representative to attend the mandatory Friday Night Drivers meeting as we understand we have many drivers coming from a long way away.
 
Order of the Day for the Hillclimb:
 
At 9:00 am ET, we will have the MANDATORY Drivers Meeting in front of the MASTERS Officials Trailer.  This is your last chance to scratch from the competition if you feel you cannot compete safely.  You will be given the chance to scratch and get ALL your money back.
 
15 minutes after the conclusion of the Drivers Meeting we will have the Christian Motorcyclist Association do our prayer, then the National Anthem.
 
As soon as possible after the prayer and the National Anthem we will begin the 1st Round.  As always we go from Big to Little, starting with Snow Bikes, then Pro Open Mod and working our way to Pro Stock 600.  However at Noon, no matter where we are in the competition, we will be going to the 120’s.  The 120’s will run both the 1st and 2nd run, then the top 120 Stock and 120 Mod kids will run for the Stephen Whitmer AMSOIL 120 King of the Hill.   We will also have a 200 cc Youth Class.   After the 120’s run we will go back to where we left off on the Pro Classes, including the Junior and Vintage Classes.
 
This year we will have a course at the bottom of the hill for everyone to run.  The 120’s and the Vintage will run STRAIGHT up the hill, they will not run the gates.  Everyone else, including Junior and Snow Bikes will run the gates.  The Snow Bike Class winner will win $100 from Coyote Snow Bike Rentals.  For this Hillclimb we will not have a Snow Bike King of the Hill run.
 
The 2nd Round we start with Pro Stock 600 and run to Pro Open Mod.
 
After the 2 runs are done we will go to the Dave’s Service Spirit King of the Hill, which this year for the first time the Spirit King of the Hill will earn a qualifying entry to the World Championship in Jackson, WY.  However the Spirit King of the Hill can enter whatever class he wants at Jackson.  The top Junior will also earn an entry to Jackson.
 
Then we will go to the Houghton Powersports Pro Stock King of the Hill, and end the day with the Vollwerth’s Meats Pro Mod King of the Hill.  Top 2 finishes in both the Pro Stock and Pro Mod King of the Hill will earn an entry to Jackson.  For this Hillclimb we are handing out a total of 6 entry’s to Jackson.
 
As we have sent out for the past 4 months, we will NOT be handing out the Class Money, but we will be handing out the King of the Hill  (KOH) Trophy’s on the grounds along with Class Champion Shirts and/or Class Champion Trophy’s.
 
ALL the money is going to be handed out after the final Ojibwa Casino Hillclimb series Awards Banquet on Feb 23rd at the Casino.  We will have additional money for the racers that sweep their class at both the Feb 1st and Feb 22nd Hillclimb.
 
Ojibwa Casino WINTERNATIONALS at Whealkate Bluff, South Range, MI., Saturday, Feb 22nd:
 
Everything is the same as the Feb 1st Mid America Championship Hillclimb, other then…
 
We will not be running a Spirit Class King of the Hill, but we will be running a Coyote Snowbike King of the Hill, where the top 2 Snow Bikes will advance to the KOH.  Coyote Snow Bikes will be giving $200 to the Snow Bike King of the Hill.  Ojibwa Casino will be giving $100 to the other KOH qualifier.
 
The Ojibwa Casino’s Hillclimb Series Awards Party will begin at 7:00 pm ET on Saturday NIght, Feb 22nd, at the Ojibwa Casino in Baraga.  It will be there that we will be handing out ALL the money from both the Feb 1st and Feb 22nd Hillclimb.  ADDITIONAL Class money will go to those that attend this Awards Banquet, including any racer that sweeps his class at both Hillclimbs.  We’re going to have a LOT of fun at our 1st Awards Party.
 
Mont du Lac Hillcross and Race of Champions, Saturday, March 28th, Mont du Lac, Duluth-Superior:
 
We’re bringing back BOTH Hillcross and a Snow Drag.  Click on the Registration link for the Hillcross Registration.
 
For the Race of Champions Snow Drags, we are ONLY going to be running Pro Mod 600, Pro Mod 850, TOP GUN, Non-Turbo Shoot-Out and the Turbo Shoot-Out.
For both Shoot-outs, it will be $100 entry fee, with the winner take all entry money for that shoot-out.  If we have at least 4 entry’s for Pro Mod 700, we will run that class.  TOP GUN will be a tie-breaker between 2 racers from the 2018-19 Snow Drag Series.  We have to have a MINIMUM of 6 racers in each class to run the shoot-out.
 
THE DEADLINE for Race of Champions Pre-Registration will be Feb 25th.  If we do not have enough entry’s, the MASTERS will replace the Race of Champions with a Terra-X race.
 
We are only going to run 2 sleds at a time in both the Hillcross and Race of Champions.  Double Elimination brackets.  While we are running Hillcross we will be grooming the Snow Drag Course, and vice versa.
 
Final Hillcross Registration will be Friday Night, March 27th from 6 to 8 pm CENTRAL at the Lodge at the bottom of the hill.  The Awards Party will be 90 minutes after the conclusion of the races at the Lodge at the bottom of the hill.
 
I will be sending out an e-mail JUST for Hillcross and the Race of Champions that will have the Registration Forms.
 
Mont du Lac has brand new  beautiful cabins right at the entrance to the grounds.  Make your reservations NOW.

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What is Terra-X?
 
For this coming Saturday’s Terra-X in Ontonagon, Michigan, some people may wonder what Terra-X is?
 
It is a FUN race for anyone with any type of snowmobile to race in!  It is a course with tight turns, a jump (if you want to jump), a side hill…basically a trail.  It is comparable to a cross country race, however it is on a 3/4 mile course where fans can watch the entire race.  This is a fun race where those that like to ‘ditch bang,’ or ride hard on a trail.
 
The racer gets two (runs) where he/she is running against the clock.  The timed run is with just one machine.  The 3 best times in the class then advances in the class.  The 3rd fastest time will then run against the 2nd best time in the Class Semi-Final.  The winner of that class then runs against the fastest time in the Class Shoot-Out.
 
We have a Stock 600 and Stock 850 Class.  This is TRUE STOCK machines…absolutely NO modifications.  This is primarily for anyone to compete in.  First place will get a choice of a Trophy or a MASTERS Class Champion Pull-Over (Shirt) or a Class Champion Trophy.  2nd Place will get a Trophy.
 
We will also have a Mod 600 and Mod 850 Class.  This is for those with aftermarket pipes, and other modifications.  With the fun challenging course, we have had those with 600 cc sleds that also run in the 850 class and have advanced…again Terra-X is a DRIVER form of competition, where you really don’t have the chance to use the engine size to your benefit.  1st and 2nd gets a Trophy, and possibly a choice of a Trophy or MASTERS Shirt (pull-over).
 
For the first time, we’re going to have a Vintage Class in Terra-X.  This is for ANY sled 20 years and older.  They will run in the same format as the Stock 600 and Stock 850 classes.
 
For those that are more experienced Trail Riders, can enter the 2 Pro Classes.  Pro Open Stock and TOP DOG.  Pro Open Stock is for a TRUE Stock machine of any size.  TOP DOG is the featured Class.  This is for either a Stock or Modified Sled.  Both of these classes are 100% Class Entry Fee returned.  75% if the entry’s in these classes go to 1st Place, and 25% of the entry fees go to 2nd.  Both winners also get a Trophy.
 
Since the MASTERS started over 25 years ago, we take a lot of pride in our Children.  We have a Stock 120 and a Mod 120 class.  Now the kids are guaranteed 2 runs.  However the course is shortened and ALL the children run the course at the same time in the 1st run.  Than we move the kids into a race where those that finish are placed in a race with comparable children.  The final is where the Top 3 children in each class run in the class final.  The top 3 in each class are given Trophy’s.  Those classes are for children between the ages of 5 to 12.
 
We also have a Junior Class for children between the ages of 12 to 17 years old.  Now in the Junior Class the children run the same format as the Stock 600 and 850 class.
 
Per ALL Racing rules and due to insurance.  BOTH Parents need to sign a Parental Consent Form.
 
Class Registration, Fee’s, Parental Consent form can be found on our MASTERS Website;  www.mastersracing.net   Print them out, fill them out, and send them in so that the MASTERS receives them by this coming Thursday Night.  Or you can bring the Registration form, and if necessary to the Registration this Friday Night, from 6 to 8 pm ET (5 to 7 pm CT) at the North Country Snowmobile Club, Old Norwich Road, Ontonagon, MI.  The Clubhouse and the race sight is off M-64, West of Ontonagon.  You will see our major sponsor, 906 Services on M-64, turn on the Old Norwich Trail.  We will have signs on M-64 directing you to the Clubhouse and race sight.
 
Safety Tech of the racers and sleds will begin at 8:00 am ET.  The races will get a chance to run practice laps from 8:00 am to 9:15 am ET.  We will have a mandatory drivers meeting at 9:30 am ET, with the time trials starting after the Drivers Meeting.
 
Once the 3 fastest times in each class have been determined, we will go to the Class Semi-Finals.  After the conclusion of all the Semi-Finals, we will go to the Class Shoot-outs.  However, as the MASTERS has done for years, we will run the 120 cc sleds at Noon.  The 120 cc sleds will run from start to finish, then we will go back to where we were in all the other classes.
 
What is Vintage Enduro?
 
This is where any sled 20 years and older, 500 cc sleds,  will compete in the same course as the Terra-X.  That means that 2000 model year and older sleds will compete.  They will all run the course at the same time.  The sleds with one driver will run for 30 minutes, than we will have the white flag lap, meaning there will be one more lap.  Than the Checkered Flag to determine the Top 3 finishers. 
 
The winner will get $100 plus a Trophy.  2nd and 3rd will also get cash and a Trophy.
 
Registration, fee’s are all on our Website:  www.mastersracing.net  Print them out and either send them in so that the MASTERS gets them by this Thursday, or come to the North Country Snowmobile Clubhouse on Friday NIght, from 6 to 8 pm ET.  You can also have someone you know bring the registration and fee to the Clubhouse Friday Night.
 
We are shooting for the start time for the Vintage Enduro to be between 1:00 and 2:00 pm ET.
 
If time allows, after the conclusion of the Terra-X, we are going to re-groom the track for the Vintage Enduro.
 
906 Services is our TITLE Sponsor.  They will have a limited amount of Race Fuel on the grounds for the Modified Sleds.  This new business is located right down the road from the Clubhouse and race grounds.
 
Due to ALL Racing Safety Rules, ALL sleds are required to have an operating Tether, the racer needs upper body protection, a 2015 or newer helmet, eye protection.
 
BOTH Races are a FUND-RAISER for the North Country Snowmobile Club. This club is 100% VOLUNTEERS.  The club grooms over 100 miles of trails.  A small portion of your entry fees goes to weekend membership and support of the club.  The club will also be selling Food in the Clubhouse, where fans can watch the entire race from the warmth of the clubhouse!
 
The $5.00 admission fee will also go to a raffle where a fan is going to win a great prize from North Country Snowmobile Club and 906 Services.
 
Vintage/Antique Snowmobile Show will also be going on.  With the help of a close friend of the MASTERS, Scott Collins of L’Anse, this year the show is just going to be fun and a great way to display the ‘old iron.’  The sleds will be on Display right outside of the Clubhouse.  SHOW YOUR PRIDE in the old sleds.  Those that want to run the old sleds are going to do a parade lap during the playing of the National Anthem.  There is no registration, fee’s, or awards for this.  However we are hoping to build this into something big in the future! 
 
Scott’s Superior Inn and Cabins is once again our official lodging partner for this race.  PLEASE call them to reserve your room.  Don and Kathy Scott have been a great sponsor and volunteers for the club for YEARS.  Again, please support those that support snowmobiling, our club, and this race.  They are located right down the road from the race. 
 
Scott’s Superior Inn and Cabins
(906) 884-4866
 
Support our Sponsors.  This includes:  906 Services of Ontonagon;  Ojibwa Casino’s of Baraga and Marquette; Citizens State Bank; Pat’s Motorsports Yamaha/Polaris of Greenland;  Domitrovich Insurance;  Pat’s Foods of Ontonagon;  Scott’s Superior Inn and Cabins; SONCO Ambulance;  Just Snowmobiles Video-Photography/Facebook Page; Wolfe Racing; Bramble 906 Racing; Village of Ontonagon and Ontonagon Department of Public Works; and of course, North Country Snowmobile Club.
 
Come out and have some FUN or make plans to come and watch!

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January 3, 2020

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Feb. 1 st , 2020 Triest Forest Products – Vollwerth’s Meats Mid America Championship Hillclimb:

After winning CASH for taking a first in the Pro Classes at the Triest Forest Products-Vollwerth’s Meats Mid America Championship Hillclimb on Feb 1 st at Whealkate Bluff in South Range, MI., the class winners in Pro Stock will qualify for the Houghton Powersports Pro Stock King of the Hill. The Houghton Powersports Pro Stock King of the Hill will win $500 from Houghton Powersports. The King of the Hill in both Pro Stock and Pro Mod will qualify for the World Championship Hillclimb in Jackson, Wyoming.

After winning a class and $ in Pro Mod, the class winners will then compete to win $500 from the King of Meats, Vollwerth’s Meats.

Hillclimbers that are 40 or older will compete in the MASTERS Dave’s Services of Laurium Spirit Class. The top 3 drivers in the Spirit Class will then advance to the Spirit Class King of the Hill. The Spirit Class
King of the Hill will get $200 from Dave’s Services. 2 nd Place will get $100, and 3 rd place will get $50.00 from the Ojibwa Casino’s of Baraga and Marquette.

The Spirit Class King of the Hill will also earn a qualifying entry for the World Championship Hillclimb in Jackson, WY.

Those that earn a qualifying spot for the World Championship Hillclimb CAN ENTER whatever class they choose to compete at the World Championship. They DO NOT have to enter the class they won at the MASTERS event.

We will also have a King/Queen of the Hill competition for both the Stock and Mod 120cc sleds, along with a class for Kids with a 200 cc snowmobile.

While we are not going to have a Snow Bike King of the Hill at the Triest Forest Products-Vollwerth’s Meats Mid America Championship Hillclimb on Feb. 1 st , Coyote Snowbike Rentals is going to give the winner in the Snow Bike Class $100.00.

Feb 22nd , 2020 Ojibwa Casino WINTERNATIONALS Hillclimb

After winning CASH for taking a first in the Pro Classes at the Ojibwa Casino WINTERNATIONALS, the class winners will qualify for both the Ojibwa Casino Pro Stock King of the Hill and the King of Meats, Vollwerth’s Meats Pro Mod King of the Hill.

Each King of the Hill will get $500, in addition to the money they won for winning their class.

At the Ojibwa Casino WINTERNATIONALS we will advance the top 2 from the Snow Bike Class to compete in the Coyote Snowbike Rentals Snow Bike King of the Hill. The Snow Bike King of the Hill will win $200 from Coyote Snowbike Rentals, with the runner-up winning $100 from the Ojibwa Casino’s.

Any hillclimber that wins the class at BOTH the Triest Forest Products-Vollwerth’s Meats Mid America Championship Hillclimb AND the Ojibwa Casino WINTERNATIONALS THAT ATTENDS the MASTERS Awards Party at the Ojibwa Casino on Saturday Night, Feb 22nd , will GET ADDITIONAL BONUS MONEY.
However they have to win at both Hillclimbs AND attend the Awards Party.

Other than the King of the Hill Money at the Feb 1st Hillclimb, ALL CASH PURSE money will be handed out at the Awards Party at the Ojibwa Casino, Feb 22nd , to start around 7:00 pm ET.

Registration and MANDATORY Drivers Meeting/Draw will be at the Ojibwa Casino the night BEFORE the Hillclimb, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm ET, draw will be at 8:30 pm ET. As the MASTERS has NEVER taken registration the day of the hillclimb, if you cannot make the Drivers Meeting, you can PRE-REGISTER. Send in your Registration and Fee’s too: MASTERS (which hillclimb you are registering for, ie, MACH or WINTERNATIONALS) 610 Greenland Road, Ontonagon, MI 49953. You will have to have someone
that you tell the MASTERS in advance be there for the draw. That individual can ONLY represent ONE hillclimber.

Safety Tech for both hillclimbs will run from 8:00 to 9:30. MANDATORY Drivers Meeting will be at 9:30 am ET. Competition to start NO LATER than 10:00 am ET.

As we have posted and sent out, this year we have a course at the bottom of the hill, way before you start your climb up the hill. This is going to give the 120’s and Vintage Sleds a chance to have fun and get a run at the hill.

Once again we will have Dogfathers Concessions on the grounds, so we are kindly asking to not bring food and drink in to the grounds. We are also going to be giving Class Champion Shirts for the winners in the Pro Classes from Diamond House International.

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Since the snowmobilers with sleds 20 years and older will be competing on the same course as the Terra-X racers for the Vintage Enduro at the North Country Snowmobile Club – 906 Services Vintage Enduro in Ontonagon, MI., on Saturday, Jan. 11 th , 2020, the MASTERS will have a Vintage Class in the
Terra-X races.

Terra-X is a closed course with tight turns, a jump, a side hill, whoops…think of it as a cross country race, but done where the fans can watch it all from start to finish.

Racers will get 2 timed runs, as they run the course by themselves. The 3 rd fastest time will take on the 2nd fastest time in a 2 lap Semi-Final, with the winner of that Semi-Final taking on the fastest time in the Class Shoot-out.

In addition to the Vintage Class in the Terra-X, we will have the kids competing on both Stock and Modified, Stock 600 and Stock 850, along with Mod 600 and Mod 850. Those classes are for anyone to have fun competing in. Winners will be getting Class Champion Shirts or another award, as will the class runner-up.

For the more experienced Terra-X racers, we will have Open Stock and TOP DOG for the Modified sleds. The 2 ‘Pro” classes will be competing for a cash purse.

Registration will be Friday Night at the North Country Snowmobile Clubhouse from 5 to 8 pm EST. Practice runs will go from 8:00 am to 9:00 am. Mandatory Drivers meeting will be at 9:00 am ET, and 10 minutes after the conclusion of the Drivers Meeting, time trials will begin.

After all the Time Trials are completed we will go to the Semi-Finals in all the classes. When the Semi’s are done we will run the Class Championship.

Right after the Terra-X class Championships are done, we will give the Vintage Enduro Racers 15 minutes to practice. Once practice is done, we are going right to the Vintage Enduro.

The Vintage Enduro is for any sled 20 years and older. All the Vintage Enduro sleds will run the course at the same time. We will run 30 minutes, than have a ‘white flag’ lap, than the checkered flag.

The Vintage Enduro Winner will get $100 from Restoretech and the Shenuk Family, with 2 nd place getting $50.00 and 3 rd Place getting $30.00, plus trophies.

The Awards ceremony for EVERYTHING will be inside the North Country Snowmobile Clubhouse. Give us 45 minutes to 60 minutes to get all the awards in place. We do not send out Class Champion awards or
money.

Registration is on our Website. If you cannot make it on Friday Night, Jan 10 th , than send in your registration and fee’s too: MASTERS, % Ontonagon, 610 Greenland Road, Ontonagon, MI. 49953.

You only pay 1 Insurance Fee for the Non-Pro Terra-X classes. One Insurance Fee whether you run both or one of the Pro Terra-X classes, and one insurance fee for Vintage Enduro.

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2020 Event Updates

December 5, 2019

North Country Snowmobile Club Terra-X/Vintage Enduro & Vintage-Antique Snowmobile Show   With the recent snow in Ontonagon, MI., things are looking good for the Jan 11th, 2020, North Country Snowmobile Club Terra-X, Vintage Enduro and NOW the Vintage-Antique Snowmobile Show.   For our 1st Vintage-Antique Snowmobile show, all we are doing this year is asking […]

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Terra-X Vintage Enduro Hillclimbs and Mont du Lac Update

November 19, 2019

Good luck to all the Deer Hunters, and be safe!   North Country Snowmobile Club Terra-X/Vintage Enduro, Ontonagon, MI., Jan 11, 2020:   We’re going to start the day by running Time Trials for Terra-X.  The 3 fastest sleds in the classes will advance to the 2-sled Shoot-Out.  #3 Seed will take on the # […]

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2020 Event Info

October 18, 2019

The MASTERS is looking for 2 Officials.  We need them to help set up the courses on Friday, and be an Official for the races on Saturday.  This is a paid position, we provide MASTERS Official Winter Jackets, and cover some of your expenses.  If you are reliable, dependable, and able to help out Friday […]

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Ojibwa Casino Hillclimb expands!

May 28, 2019

The MASTERS – Ojibwa Casino Motorcycle Hillclimb at Whealkate Bluff in South Range will expand this 4th of July weekend to include snowmobiles and side-by-side off-road vehicles. The second annual event will take place on Saturday, July 6. The MASTERS, which stands for Mid America Snow and Terrain Expert Racers, with the help of Triest […]

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