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 on: June 09, 2016, 09:14:24 PM 
Started by brandonryan1983 - Last post by brandonryan1983
I heard from a few people, most the GP (single) runs 4:1
I'll most likely leave it where it is, see how it is, i need seat time/track time as well bring new to the sport, can always adjust later on

 on: June 09, 2016, 01:50:59 PM 
Started by brandonryan1983 - Last post by rook
why do you want to be at 4:1 ratio... 5:1 is probably a lot closer to what you need to run

 on: June 09, 2016, 06:11:22 AM 
Started by BIG_T - Last post by jackson
Send me a pic 989-549-1915 thanks

 on: June 09, 2016, 03:02:26 AM 
Started by brandonryan1983 - Last post by brandonryan1983
In potterville with the sod slingers, hopfully through the rest of the season & years to come, i'm a first timer at this, will be in the GP class

 on: June 08, 2016, 04:41:46 PM 
Started by brandonryan1983 - Last post by rook
where are you racing at

 on: June 08, 2016, 11:26:58 AM 
Started by mrmowitall - Last post by mrmowitall
USLMRA lawn mower racers to unite in GBC | Local News | athensreview.com


                  USLMRA lawn mower racers to unite in GB

If you hear motors revving, see sod slinging, then it’s time for the annual Lone Star Mower Racing Association's STA-BIL National Lawn Mower Racing Services. 

From June 11 to June 12, residents of Gun Barrel City  will have the opportunity to witness Texas Turf Titans and Sod Slingers from far and wide going head-to-head on the track.

Racers from the U.S. Lawn Mower Racing Association will congregate and compete for bragging rights and trophies on a tenth mile track at 298 Municipal Dr., Gun Barrel City. Racing starts at 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 11, and 3 p.m. on Sunday, June 12. Admission is free for adults and children.

“We’re going to tear up the turf in Texas,” said Gun Barrel City resident and LSMRA President Mike Howell, also known as Mr. Mowyagi. “The Gun Barrel track is one of the LSMRA’s favorite venues, and we can’t wait to show it off to our racing friends from across the country. We thank the City of Gun Barrel for hosting this event, and we’re looking forward to a great weekend of ‘America’s Fastest Mowing Sport’!”

Racers expected to compete include:

• Michael Howell, LSMRA president and “Mr. Mowyagi” of Gun Barrel City;

• John Nelson, “Sir Lawns A Lot” of Richardson;

• Derrick Robinson, USLMRA Driver of the Year of York, South Carolina;

• Jason Murray, president of the Arkansas Lawn Mower Racing Association of Paragould, Arkansas;

• Larry Benning, president of the American Heartland Lawn Mower Racers of Coffeyville, Kansas;

Harold MacDonald, president of the Oklahoma Lawn Mower Racing of Claremore, Oklahoma.

Racers and national staff from Arkansas, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and South Carolina will be on site to rock and mow. The race will feature cookouts and family fun, along with fundraisers to support charities, including Toys for Tots.

The Gun Barrel City race is estimated to draw more than 500 spectators to the Cedar Creek Reservoir area. The town acquired its name when farmers first settled in 1969. They noted that the road through the town looked “straight as a gun barrel.”

Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2017, the USLMRA is the nation’s oldest, and largest lawn mower racing sanctioning body. The USLMRA sanctions a network of 50 local chapters and affiliated clubs, and presents more than 250 organized lawn mower races across America each year, including the 18-race STA-BIL National Lawn Mower Racing Series. STA-BIL lawn mower racers compete in 10 classes, with all cutting blades removed for trophies, points and bragging rights.

Founded in 2009, the USLMRA National Lawn Mower Racing Hall of Fame is a place of honor for Turf Titans who have turned a weekend chore into a competitive sport. The USLMRA National Lawn Mower Racing Hall of Fame & Museum of America is located at Miller Lawn and Power, 1299 Harding Highway East State Road 309, Marion, Ohio. 

 on: June 08, 2016, 09:57:59 AM 
Started by SCF - Last post by SCF
Please lock, Thanks

 on: June 08, 2016, 05:03:38 AM 
Started by George Herrin - Last post by George Herrin
Good morning everyone. Hope all is well. While your heading out today i want you to ponder on something its not much so shouldnt be too rough.....
See not a hard one.... Yall think about that today and have a WONDERFUL DAY today.

 on: June 08, 2016, 01:26:39 AM 
Started by brandonryan1983 - Last post by brandonryan1983
How do i achieve 4:1 ratio?  Change the engine pulley/transaxle pulley? As my race mower sits now, it's 5:1... 7" pulley on the motor, 4" pulley on the transaxle (race prepped) sucks its a transaxle

 on: June 07, 2016, 09:43:24 PM 
Started by mrmowitall - Last post by EUBANK RACING
Harold and his whole group work their butts off to put on great monthly races, I try to make the  3 hour trip every month. Anybody that attends is assured a great free show and the Oklahoma boys quickly make you part of the family. If you ever get the chance, show up at Claremore on the 3rd Saturday of the month and enjoy.

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