Courtesy of Championship UTV
Sixteen of the best side-by-side drivers to race for $22,000 purse
Albertville, Minn. ~ Some of the world’s best side-by-side racers will be looking to steal the show at the 53rd annual Sno Baron’s “Hay Days” next month.
For more than five decades, Hay Days has been a staple in the snowmobile community. Over two days in September, the event has historically attracted upwards of 50,000 snowmobile and powersports enthusiasts. The event features the latest-and-greatest that the snowmobile industry has to offer, world-class grass drags, as well as being one of the largest snowmobile-centric swap meets in the world.
This year, snowmobiles will mix with the growing UTV racing segment as the same group that manages the AMSOIL Championship Snocross, Powered by RAM tour will unveil Championship UTV.
The exhibition event will feature sixteen invited drivers, who will race head-to-head under a double-elimination format similar to the popular AMSOIL Dominator race that is held in Duluth, Minn. as part of the ACS season opener.
“The Dominator format has been a great success for us in snocross,” said ISOC President Carl Schubitzke. “We have great opportunity to build another version of that, in a completely different sport, and in front of an unbelievable crowd at Hay Days.”
A majority of the sixteen-invited drivers have already confirmed and will be announced in week leading up to the September 7-8 event. Racing is scheduled for both Saturday and Sunday, and will feature more than 60 races and will crown a new champion each day. The first battle begins at 9 a.m.
About Championship UTV: Championship UTV is produced and sanctioned by ISOC, The International Series Of Champions. ISOC is the national sanctioning body for AMSOIL Championship Snocross Powered by RAM,
Based in Albertville Minnesota, ISOC strives to produce competitive, safe, well organized, family friendly racing events.
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