Grass Drags

A Hay Days Traditional Since 1966

Velocity Race Management the leader in snowmobile drag racing is proud to bring you the worlds quickest snowmobiles at the historic Hay Days track where world champions will be crowned! Racers from all over North America come to compete here for the richest purse in snowmobile drag racing. The most intense and dangerous sleds on the grass is the Outlaw class, with 1000 horse power of fire breathing turbocharged, supercharged, or nitrous oxide monsters that will travel the 500 feet in less than 3.5 seconds at over 150 miles per hour and cost over $100,000 to build. Pro Xtreme 55 600 horse power from a single 55mm turbo in one of the fastest growing classes in drag racing. Watch all the other classes as well from Stock, Improved Stock, Pro Stock, and Pro Modified.

How it All Began

The first race was in November of 1967. It was held at the Golden T which today is known as Majestic Oaks Golf Club. Back then, the entire event took place in a single afternoon, and it was known as the “Hay Day” race. Through the years, the race has been held at many different locations as the result of land development during the 1970’s. As an example, the race has been at Nelson Farms in Blaine, Minnesota. Then came a site in Blaine near Rapid Sport Center on Hwy 65. It was then known as Wyatt Brothers Sports. Another move was forced by development, this time to Columbus, Minnesota. In 2010 growth of the race and development around us again forced Haydays to move. This time the move was to their own land in Sunrise Township in Chisago County MN. This is the current site of HAYDAYS. About 7 Miles East of North Branch, MN.