This Saturday, mud races return to East Pembroke
Submitted by Howard B. Owens on August 16, 2013 - 7:41am
It's time again for one of the most fun and exciting events in Genesee County -- the East Pembroke Mud Races, sponsored by the East Pembroke Volunteer Fire Department.
Registration for the race begins at 9 a.m., Saturday, and ends at 11:30. Racing follows. The registration fee is $15 per wheeler and $5 per extra classes. Racers pay an admission fee, as well.
There will also be the annual Mud Queen Scramble and a Mud King and Outlaw Class race.
Spectator admission is $10, and pit spectator admission is $15.
Raffle prizes include a 2013 Polaris Sportsman 500cc, a 2013 Polaris Outlaw 50cc and $3,500 cash. Second place is $500; 3rd is $250.
The fire department wishes to thank all of its sponsors and members for the support and work to make the event possible.
In the picture, from left, Willie Torres, Chuck Chatley, Gerri Baylor, Julie Waldron, Steve Smelski, Willie Welch, Dan Kolb and Ray Schramm.