2014 Sebago Speed Trials
February 16th at 10am – Conditions permitting!
This event set the Maine 1000 foot snowmobile speed record in both 2010 and 2011. Unfortunately impossible ice conditions shut down our track in both 2012 and 2013. We anticipate that 2014 will again bring a new state speed record approaching, and possibly exceeding 160 MPH. Nine years ago we set a goal to establish the Maine State 1000 foot snowmobile speed record, – a benchmark that seems to be increased with each new year of the event.
The last Maine snowmobile speed record was set at the Sebago Speed Trials in 2011. Click here to see the video!
2014 Sebago Speed Trial Specifics
DATE & TIME: Subject to conditions, track will open by 10AM (earlier runs possible) on Sunday February 16th, 2014 and the Track will remain open until at least 2PM.
RUN FEES: 2 Runs for $10.00
TRACK SPECS: Track will be shaved first 1600 feet followed by 600 feet additional groomed slowdown (2200 feet total). Timing equipment is 66 foot infrared speed trap technology with first sensor at 934 feet from start line and second sensor at 1000 foot mark.
IDENTIFICATION: All participants are required to display a number (pinny number) either on their torso or affixed to their sled. Organizers will issue a unique “pinny” number for each snowmobile entered.
SNOWMOBILE DEFINITION: A snowmobile is defined as a vehicle propelled by a track and steered by skis. No wheeled vehicles will be allowed to compete.
Stock snowmobiles must be original OEM assembled and serial numbered indicating that the snowmobile is a stock qualified unit from the production run of a stock qualified model. With all stock classes, picks up to 3/4″ past the highest part of the track are permitted, but the OEM suspension and track for the model is required. Except for track picks, all parts/ systems (ie. fuel system, chassis, clutch, engine, drive chain, exhaust) must be OEM.
The Sebago Lake Rotary Club reserves the right to disqualify an entrant that is believed to be breaching the rules or spirit of the competition.
- CLASS 5: Up to 500cc Stock
- CLASS 6: Up to 600cc Stock
- CLASS 7: Up to 700cc Stock
- CLASS 8: Up to 800cc Stock
- CLASS 8+ Over 800cc Stock
- OPEN CLASS: Any snowmobile Stock or not Stock
- VINTAGE 25 years old or older and Stock
- Trophies for 1st and 2nd Place in each Class
- $1,000.00 for Highest recorded speed over 156.68 MPH (Current State 1000 Foot Speed Record)