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Heartland 200 racers may choose from 19 classes

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There are 19 classes open for registration in the Heartland 200 snowmobile racing event this weekend.

According to the online registration form on corpowersports.com, racers may enter in the following classes:

  • Junior 10-13
  • Junior 10-13 Girls
  • Junior 14-17
  • Junior 14-17 Girls
  • Vintage: 1984 and older leaf spring
  • Classic: 2004 and older
  • Trail: no 600cc race sleds
  • Masters 40+: no Pro or Semi-Pro riders, but Pro Factory Women can run this class
  • Masters 50+: no Pro or Semi-Pro riders, but Pro Factory Women can run this class
  • Sport Stock: stock 600cc
  • Sport Improved Stock: improved stock 600cc
  • Sport 600 Stock / Sport 600 Improved Stock
  • Sport Women’s: improved stock 600cc
  • Expert 600 Limited
  • Expert 600 Limited / Jr 14-17 - Multi Class Discou
  • Stock fuel injected 600cc, no SnoX sleds
  • Semi-Pro Factory: stock fuel-injected 600cc, no SnoX sleds
  • Semi-Pro Improved Stock: improved stock 600cc
  • Pro Factory Vet 40+: stock fuel-injected 600cc, no SnoX sleds
  • Pro Factory Women’s: stock fuel-injected 600cc, no SnoX sleds
  • Pro Open: 600cc open sled
  • Pro Factory: stock fuel injected 600cc, no SnoX sleds

In addition, drivers can register for the following multi-class combinations at discounted rates:

  • Sport Stock / Sport Improved Stock 
  • Expert 600 Limited / Junior 14-17
  • Semi-Pro Factory / Semi-Pro Improved Stock
  • Pro Factory Vet 40+ / Semi-Pro Factory 
  • Pro Factory Women’s / Sport Stock 
  • Pro Factory / Pro Open 

Driver fees vary from $60 to as high as $350 for a single class and $600 for one discounted multi-class registration. The form also offers daily membership dues for non-members of the circuit, safety vest rental, transponder rental and insurance.

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