Results posted for snowmachine drag races at Freddie’s

  • By Staff Report
  • Tuesday, March 14, 2017 11:33pm
  • Sports

Freddie’s Roadhouse, located at Mile 16 Oilwell Road in the Caribou Hills, had military apprecation snowmachine drag races Sunday. The event was part of a military appreciation weekend put on by the Caribout Hills Cabin Hoppers.

The next snowmachine drag race will be March 26.

The results of Sunday’s contests follow:

Military race — 1. Jared Henry, 59.2 mph; 2. Chris Conrad, 60.4; 3. Shady Mohamed, 62.2.

Vintage — 1. Fred Pollard Jr., 66.2; 2. Sean Dunham, 64.1; 3. Jeff Hanson, 57.3.

380 — 1. Tait Cooper, 51.5; 2. Clayton Cooper, 49.1; 3. Evelyn Cooper, 46.7.

500 stock — 1. Jeff Hanson, 66.6; 2. Jacob Laplante, 70.8; 3. Fred Pollard Jr., 63.9.

570 — 1. Emylee Ridenour, 54.4; 2. Keegan Ridenour, 54.0; 3. Bob Olsen, 57.9.

600 stock — 1. Steven Carter, 68.8; 2. Jeff Hanson, 72.0; 3. Will Hubler, 65.4.

700 stock — 1. Jeff Hanson, 74.1; 2. Jacob Laplante, 74.1; 3. Will Hubler, 72.9.

800 stock — 1. Jeff Hanson, 75.2; 2. Will Hubler, 75.8; 3. Jacob Laplante, 73.8.

600 modified — 1. Jacob Laplante, 73.4; 2. Steven Carter, 69.8.

700 modified — 1. Matt Brown, 75.1; 2. Jeff Hanson, 73.2; 3. Fred Pollard Jr., 74.6.

800 modified — 1. Jeff Hanson, 84.5; 2. Matt Brown, 73.7; 3. Fred Pollard Jr., 73.7.

1000 modified — 1. Jeff Hanson, 82.7; 2. Fred Pollard Jr., 76.5; 3. Will Hubler, 75.2.

Open modified — 1. Jeff Hanson, 85.3; 2. Fred Pollard Jr., 90.5; 3. Will Hubler, 74.5

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