Ever wanted to be a sponsored snocross racer?

Since entering the snowmobile-racing scene 8 years ago, the Woodies Racing team has always been promotion-minded – not only bringing in unique sponsors from outside of the sport of snowmobiling like Bubba Burgers, but also sponsoring classes, events and charities.   

A Woodies Racing team profile photo from its Facebook page.

Based in Princeton, Minnesota, Woodies – not to be confused with the traction brand Woody’s – is now accepting applications for those interested in being sponsored by its team. The new sponsorship program is open any team, individual racer or event in the snowmobile industry.

Before racing in the ISOC Championship Snocross Series team owners Paul and Kym Woodie hosted grassroots snocross races in western Wyoming, while also becoming involved with local hill climbs. On the national circuit, Woodies Racing sponsored and developed the Jr. Girls Class – a decision influenced by female racer Taven Woodie, as well as wanting to give youth girls everywhere another place to showcase their talent.

Do you think you have what it takes? Interested candidates can apply through the Woodies Racing sponsorship application.

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