Saturday (March 16, 2019)

Jurassic & Jurassic II Races

The Jurassic and the Jurassic II races are held at “Jurassic Park” – right next to Fred Meyer-East at 930 Old Steese Hwy (at the intersection of Helmericks Ave. and Herb Miller Blvd).  For more details, see The Jurassic Classic and Jurassic II page, under the “Racing Events” tab and The Tired Iron – Event Schedule page, for race times.

Battle of the Ageless (Super-Senior Race)

The “Battle of the Ageless” race is held at “Jurassic Park” – right next to Fred Meyer-East at 930 Old Steese Hwy (at the intersection of Helmericks Ave. and Herb Miller Blvd).  This is our most memorable race of the year, because it’s reserved for our “SUPER-Senior” racers, who have inhabited planet Earth for more than 80 years!  In fact, for 2019, we will have our FIRST-EVER 100 year old racer… Urban Rahoi.  Come cheer on these die hard competitors who are proudly sponsored by GOD!

Tired Iron Fun Run

The Fun Run is held at “Jurassic Park” – right next to Fred Meyer-East at 930 Old Steese Hwy (at the intersection of Helmericks Ave. and Herb Miller Blvd).  For more details, see The Fun Run page, under the “Racing Events” tab and The Tired Iron – Event Schedule page, for Fun Run race times.

Sunday (March 17, 2019)

Vintage Sled Show-N Shine

This vintage outdoor display for all vintage snowmachines through 1989 will be held at “Jurassic Park” – right next to Fred Meyer-East at 930 Old Steese Hwy (at the intersection of Helmericks Ave. and Herb Miller Blvd).

4 Event Races

All of Sunday’s Tired Iron races will be held at “Jurassic Park” – right next to Fred Meyer-East at 930 Old Steese Hwy (at the intersection of Helmericks Ave. and Herb Miller Blvd).  Sunday’s “Main” race events (Classic and Wet Iron)  will consist of multiple “Qualifying Heat” races and a “Championship Final” race.  Departure times for the Championship Final race will be predetermined by a computer generated formula, including the sleds original performance estimates, the age of the sled, and the age of the driver.

Other Sunday races will include the “Woman’s Only, Powder Puff” race and the “Heavy Metal” race (for sleds produced in the 1980’s).  Details for Sunday’s events are still being finalized at this time.  More information will be available soon.