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Events - Tired Iron

Jurassic Classic and Jurassic II

 


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“Jurassic Classic”

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"Jurassic II"

A Driver’s Meeting and a Free Lunch for all Jurassic racers will be held in the event tent, before the race.  The Driver's meeting is mandatory.

The Jurassic Classic event is intended for sleds no faster than 25 MPH, and for drivers that still have their faculties, but not necessarily their original teeth, hips, or knees.  Same goes for the new addition of the Jurassic II event, except the allowed speeds in this event are from 26 mph through 39 mph.


The race consists of five, 1-1/2 mile laps, for a total race of approximately 7-1/2 miles of vintage fun!. (Don’t worry, we’ll count the laps for you and waive you on or advise when you are done.) The idea of a short loop is to provide a much better view for your children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and for our CPR crew.


Remember, there will be no porta-potties stationed along the course! The exact departure times will vary, depending on the number of entrants, and specifically, the number of crusty old bastards that actually enter this thing.

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Organizational Info

  • First race was held March 11, 2006
  • Incorporated as a nonprofit in Alaska on 2/4/2010
  • Fairbanks Tired Iron Charitable Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charity. EIN: 46-3195262
  • Exempt purpose is to educate the public, document and preserve the history of snowmachining and snowmachine racing