COR Powersports Round 5 - Warroad 100 February 27th - February 28th, 2021 | Warroad, MN More Details to come. Run on the banks of Lake of the Woods, the Warroad course is routed over the lake and varied terrain, making it a challenge for riders of all levels. The Warroad event is a favorite amongst many riders as it is usually warm and snow conditions are typically really good. Lodging and more event information to come.
COR Powersports Round 3 - Heartland 200 January 23rd & 24th, 2020 | Park Rapids, MN The Heartland 200 in Park Rapids, Minnesota will return for the 20/21 season. The race course is typically 120 miles full of wooded trails and ditches making it a very technical course. The Park Rapids course is significantly different than any other course on the circuit. It takes intensive concentration to run at speed for 250 miles on a course like this with no room for mistakes. Racers that come from areas with woods riding seem to excel on this course. Racers of [...]
COR Powersports Round 1 - Pine Lake 200 December 12th & 13th, 2020 | Gonvick, MN 20/21 season marks the 10th year Cor PowerSports has been putting on races in the Midwest, for the upcoming season we will be hosting 8-9 races at various locations in the Midwest starting with Pine Lake in Gonvick, MN Dec 12/13 and ending Apr 10/11 on the ski hills of Giants Ridge in Biwabik, MN.
St. Germain, Wis. (Feb. 20, 2017) – The sport of snowmobile racing lost a shooting star when 18-year-old Hunter Houle died while preparing for the season opening USXC cross-country race on Pine Lake, Minn., Jan. 6, 2017. The son of Snowmobile Hall of Fame inductee Steve Houle (2016), grandson of SHOF inductee Charlie Lofton (1991) and nephew of Mike Houle (2009), Hunter was following in the tracks of greatness while pursuing his passion to race snowmobiles. His race…his lifetime…ended too quickly, but its impact can last for years to come. The Houle family, in partnership with the Snowmobile Hall of [...]
It was a challenging race weekend through the Lakes, Trails and Forests at the Park Rapids Heartland 106. The course was full of snow that was constantly changing throughout the days with the warmer than normal temps. The racers welcomed the challenge of the 106-mile-long course. Click photo below for full video recap!