Snowmobile Grass Drags and Endurocross at Expo Center Saturday and Sunday

Ted DeVol is back with the Snowmobile Grass Drags benefitting the Wounded Warrior Project and for the first time an Endurocross event.

Ted DeVol is back with the Snowmobile Grass Drags benefitting the Wounded Warrior Project and for the first time an Endurocross event.

The snowmobile event  is scheduled for 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Enumclaw Expo Center Saturday and Sunday.

According to DeVol the course will be located at the south parking lot.

“For 2012 expect to have some riders top the 100 mph on the 450 foot grass course,” DeVol said. “There are multiple classifications for all the different size snowmobiles and this year there will also be motorcycle, quad and side by side classes.

In the rodeo arena the first Endurocross event in Enumclaw is from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

“Endurocross is the toughest sport conceived for a dirt bikes or quads, DeVol wrote. “The course consists of a starting line followed by logs, huge tires, more logs, split wood, rocks and boulders. Racers go as fast as they can through the gnarly course to attempt to cross the finish line first.”

Classes range from 80cc,women, beginner through professionals.

DeVol  wrote, “Proceeds from this event will go to help our greatest Americans (Wounded Warrior Project).

Admission is $5 for ages 6-12 and military personnel, $10 ages 12 and up.

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