Mud racing is back this Sunday

Offroaders get muddy at the Alberni Motorsports Park

Offroad racing happens both Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24 at the motorsports park.

Mud is back at Alberni Motorsports Park this weekend as offroad racers prepare for the mud pit on Sunday.

Offroad racing happens both Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24 at the motorsports park.

Vehicles for Sunday’s mud event must be registered before 10:30 am so they can make the drivers meeting.

For safety in the mud event drivers are asked to bring a fire extinguisher and wear long-sleeved shirts, long pants, proper shoes and a helmet.

There will also be other great events throughout the two days of racing, from obstacle to team relay, sand drags, sportsman wheel to wheel and also heavy metal wheel to wheel.

Street legal vehicles are welcome to compete in obstacle events as well as sand drags and mud events as long as all drivers are registered before 10:30 am.

Street legal vehicles, buggies and ATVs are welcome.

Racing starts at 1 pm on Saturday with free admission and 12 pm on Sunday with $5 admission. There will be a concession stand at the pit.

 

 

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