The snowmobile racing season is fast-approaching, and to make it more fun to be a fan, Snow Goer is bringing back its fantasy Snowmobile Racing Challenge game again this season, applying fantasy sports to snocross and oval sprint racing.
The best parts? The Snowmobile Racing Challenge is very easy to understand and it’s free to play, and players can participate in a single week or collect points during the whole season.
Here’s How To Play
For each race event, players predict the top six in the finishing order in the final Pro Open final in snocrossand Pro Champ 440 in ovals. Those selections are made using pull-down windows that include the names of all expected participants at the event — so you don’t even have to be a racing expert to play. If a fantasy player nails a driver to the position they actually finish, the player will get 20 points for that driver. If, however, they are one position off, the player gets 15 points for that driver, 14 if they finish two positions off, 13 point if three positions off, etc. Points are only earned for drivers who finish in the top six.
At the end of the weekend, points are tallied and the standings are updated. Then players can make their picks for the following event.
Last season, the Snocross title was claimed by Jason Pope, who edged the previous year’s champion Russell Miller and then Kenzie Gunter. The Ovals champion last season was DreamWeaver, who edged Jim Peters by two points and Kevin Thune by four points.
Go ahead and sign up now — again, it’s easy, free and fun. Click here to play. To get a preview of the racers who will be competing at the season-opening snocross race in Duluth, click here. The Ovals challenge will begin in early January with the race at Ironwood, Michigan.