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 11 
 on: April 23, 2014, 10:13:08 PM 
Started by Gasmachine85 - Last post by Gasmachine85
Im not really sure what direction i am going... i think tazz is helping me find a place to race.... i kinda wanted to do a horizontal crank motor...
Ok so i found the lone star mower racing association... and a list of classes... can some one sort them out for me from cheapest to most expensive?

Imow
A/p
S/p
C/p
F/x
B/p

Thanks in advance.

 12 
 on: April 23, 2014, 10:09:56 PM 
Started by Cromwell C4 - Last post by Cromwell C4
SOLD

 13 
 on: April 23, 2014, 09:51:30 PM 
Started by Gasmachine85 - Last post by Gasmachine85
Just west of ft worth, tx..... little town of granbury, tx 76048

 14 
 on: April 23, 2014, 09:35:37 PM 
Started by Gasmachine85 - Last post by The Tank
Now that's. opening a can of worms. Single or vtwin? If vtwin, I vote for a briggs intek twin.

 15 
 on: April 23, 2014, 09:33:47 PM 
Started by Gasmachine85 - Last post by cycloneracer
Any stock engine governed will do.   


Modify them and the all explode.....more so when ED runs them. 



 16 
 on: April 23, 2014, 09:31:03 PM 
Started by Gasmachine85 - Last post by Tazz914
Maybe there is if i have no idea of what class im going to run....?

I dont even know where the closest races are...

Where you located?

 17 
 on: April 23, 2014, 09:24:43 PM 
Started by Gasmachine85 - Last post by Gasmachine85
Is there any one motor that is better then the rest? I want to make really good power but reliability is key here....

 18 
 on: April 23, 2014, 09:04:10 PM 
Started by Gasmachine85 - Last post by Gasmachine85
Maybe there is if i have no idea of what class im going to run....?

I dont even know where the closest races are...

 19 
 on: April 23, 2014, 07:11:36 PM 
Started by TomL - Last post by TomL
 Keystone Tri County Lawn Mower Racing assoc.    
      2014 Lawn Mower Racing Schedule
There are 3 main tracks in central PA that run under a common points system. (3 tracks, one championship)
And 5 Races Hosted by PALMRA, Plus the ARMA National Races in PA
And also Mason-Dixon LMRA in MD
Middle Road Speedway in Lewistown   Wiconisco Speedway
“Old Goat's” Talladega Speedway in East Waterford
Cost to race at each track, $10.00 per driver, $5.00 for the rest.
April 26, 27 Middle Road Speedway Test and Tune 12 noon til 5pm
April 26 Mason Dixon Mower Plex Havre de Grace MD **
May 3 Mason Dixon Montpelier Farm **
May 4 Wiconisco Speedway  Tech @ 1pm, race at 2pm
May 10 Middle Road Speedway Tech @ 4pm, race at 5pm
May 17 Mason Dixon Mower Plex Havre de Grace MD **
May 31 Shippensburg Speedway Tech @ 4pm race at 6  PALMRA
June 8   Talladega Speedway  Tech @ 1pm, race at 2pm
June 14 Mason Dixon Mower Plex **  
June 20 Shippensburg Speedway Tech @4pm, race@6pm PALMRA
June 22 Heritage days, East Waterford PA Tech @ 12 race at 1pm
June 27 Middle Road Speedway Tech @ 5pm race at 6pm  \
June 28 Talladega Speedway Tech @ 4pm race at 5pm       >Triple Header!
June 29 Wiconisco Speedway Tech@ 1pm race at 2pm      /
June 28 Mason Dixon Mower Plex Havre de Grace MD **
July 12 Shippensburg Speedway Tech at 4pm race at 6pm
July 13 Middle Road Speedway Tech @ 1pm race at 2pm
July 20 Wiconisco Speedway Tech @ 1pm race at 2pm
July 26 Mason Dixon Mower Plex Havre de Grace MD **
Aug 3  New Jersey State Fair Tech @ 11am race @ Noon PALMRA
Aug 10 Talladega Speedway Tech @ 1pm race @ 2pm
Aug 16 Mason Dixon Mower Plex Havre de Grace MD **
Aug 23 Middle Road Speedway Tech @ 4pm race @ 5pm
Aug 30 Wiconisco Speedway Tech @ 5 race @ 6pm
Sept 7  Talladega Speedway Tech @ 1pm race @ 2pm
Sept 12 Mason Dixon LaPlata MD  **
Sept 13 Middle Road Speedway ARMA National points
Sept 14 York Fair ARMA National Points
Sept 20 Gratz Fair ARMA National Points
Sept 21 Bloomsburg Fair ARMA National Points
Sept 26 Snydersville Speedway Snydersville PA PALMRA
Sept 28 Wiconisco Speedway Tech @ 1pm race @ 2pm
Oct 26 Mason Dixon Mower Plex Havre de Grace MD (finals)
There will also be some races at a few selected PA Kart tracks TBA...
For More Info, Tom Lavalette, President. PALMRA
Call or Text 717-989-6224 or email toms580@yahoo.com  
All are welcome to come and race Mowers or Karts at all 3PA Tracks                                                                                                              YOU MUST BE A MEMBER OF ARMA
Schedule Subject to Change W/O Notice
**    For More info, times, details on the Mason Dixon races contact
                 Joey Nahas at joeynahas839@hotmail.com

 20 
 on: April 23, 2014, 06:37:19 PM 
Started by justin case - Last post by justin case
On Saturday, May 3th at 2pm, racers at Savannah Valley Speedway will mount their specially modified mowers and race each other at speeds up to 60 MPH! It’s that time again! Scenic City Lawn Mower Racing Association (SCLMRA) is hosting its 5th annual “Get The Mowdown: Lawnmower Race for Autism.”
 
The SCLMRA hosts many races at the Savannah Valley Speedway (10516 Hwy 58, Ooltewah TN 37363 at Goodner’s Equipment) throughout the year. Barry Goodner (race coordinator) said “We love putting on an event the whole family can attend, and at the same time, help raise money for local causes.”
 
There will be 11 different classes of mowers, from stock to ultra-modified racing. All racers must be registered with official lawn mower racing associations. Barry Goodner explains that the mowers “all have basic required modifications; the blades have been removed and several other safety requirements are met. Riders must wear helmets and boots too.”
 
These races are perfect family events. Kids can come to see souped-up machines roar around a dirt track. It’s got the excitement of NASCAR but without the steep price! Families can mingle with the racers and ask about the mechanical changes or the strategies they use. It’s a great event for the kids who like to tinker.

The cost is $5 per person ages 13-years-old and up (younger kids are free). Folks should bring a lawn chair and a camera because you’ll want to capture some of this action. Proceeds of this race will benefit the Chattanooga Autism Center. Those who have questions regarding the event can reach Barry Goodner at (423) 344-8159.




Event announcement for calendars:

GET THE MOW DOWN! 5th annual Lawnmower Race for Autism
What: Lawn Mower Races
When: Saturday, May 3th, 2pm
Where: 10516 Hwy 58, Ooltewah (Savannah Valley Speedway at Goodner’s equipment)
Cost: $5/person, children under 12 free
Bring lawn chairs. Proceeds go to Chattanooga Autism Center. All racers must be registered members of official lawn mower racing associations. Hosted by Scenic City Lawn Mower Racing Association

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