Vintage Snowmobile Hillclimb Association Anticipates 2016 Season

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The Vintage Snowmobile Hillclimb Association (VSHA) was founded in 2015 by a group of friends with a love for the sport and the desire to include families and vintage racers from the past and present. 

In 2014, former RMSHA racers Carson, Brett and Colton Ellingford and some of their friends decided to organize a hillclimb close to home at Bucking Brush, south of Evanston, WY, using their own and local vintage snowmobiles. There was enough interest that they organized a second hillclimb in Cokeville, WY, at Pine Creek Ski Resort, which attracted some of the RMSHA racers. This led to the creation of VSHA.

Although VSHA was founded in 2015, Mother Nature prevented the association from racing in their debut year because of low snow levels. Not discouraged, the organizers have a full lineup scheduled for 2016 that is open to eight classes.

A full set of rules are available upon request or on the association’s Facebook page: Vintage Snowmobile Hillclimb Association. Contact the association through Todd Griffith at (307) 679-4255 or toddg@norco-inc.com or through Carson Ellingford at (307) 679-5880. 

Vintage Snowmobile Hillclimb Association 2016 Schedule

Race dates and locations can be subject to change. For further information on race locations, membership and entry forms please visit the VSHA website at www.highuintavintage.com

January 30                 Eagle Rock – Evanston, WY

February 20               Bucking Brush (Brett Ellingford Hill) – Evanston, WY

March 19                    TBA – Possibly Union Pass – Dubois, WY

April 2                        Pine Creek Ski Lodge – Cokeville, WY (Point Championship)

VSHA Classes:

1974 and earlier leaf spring stock

1975 and newer leaf spring stock

1980-1989 IFS stock

1990-1998 IFS stock

Modified 1998 or earlier (550cc or less)

Open modified 1998 or earlier (any cc turbo or nitrous allowed)

Juniors 10-14 year of age (1998 or earlier, free air or fan cooled sleds only)

120cc class for 5-10 years of age

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