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Jet Ski Racing

Come see our 9 acre lake behind the Pit Parking Area. This lake is just the right size for racing and spectating! Come cheer on your favorite Jet Ski racers. Bring your lawn chair and watch the races from anywhere around the lake!





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Drag Racing



1. (Closed Course) racing features a buoy marked, ½ to ¾ mile track that is designed to keep the competition tight and fans close to the action. Competitors begin to negotiate a series of left and right hand turns. (Sometimes a rolling start is used). Obstacles (e.g., log jumps and/or ramps) may be present.

2. (Sprint) races are typically 10-20 minutes in length and are run on a ½ mile to 1 mile oval track with a few additional turns added.  With fewer turns racers get a chance to show off the speeds of their personal watercraft.

3. (Slalom) is a timed event, requiring a competitor to negotiate zig-zag left and right hand turns around five stationary buoys. Participants race against the clock, one at a time on a regulation slalom course. Each competitor receives two runs on the course with finishing position based on each competitors fastest run. A competitor who fails to negotiate completely around a buoy is penalized ten seconds for each buoy missed unless he/she goes back to correctly negotiate the buoy.

4. (Freestyle) event is an event where competitors get a chance to show their skills, expertise, and acrobatic abilities in executing difficult, challenging, and creative maneuvers. Competitor's routines are made-up from a series of choreographed tricks.


5. (Drag Racing) is an event where two personal water-crafts compete side-by-side in an acceleration contest. Both competitors race in a straight line from a standing start to a finish line. The first to cross the finish line wins the race. This event is scored on the bracket system, eliminating, or moving
competitors up the bracket as they compete.

Safety Requirements

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