Welcome to the KC West Pro Racing Website
KC PRO West is a nonprofit, volunteer organization that promotes safety, teaches children safe driving practices, encourages friendships among families, and aids in the building of a child's good character. The organization was founded in 1989 and currently has over 60 families as members. We offer 9 different classes of snowmobile racing that appeal to all; from the beginner driver to the advanced modified classes. We provide trophies for all racers from placing in final, consolation final, and participation; with goodie bags for all at each race day award banquet. The ages of the children range from 4 years to 14 years. Approximately 8 races are held each year in various locations throughout North Dakota and Minnesota. See our Race Schedule.
See some additional photos take by Michelle Benitt ~ click here
"2013" Final Points Results (Printable PDF)
See our newly updated photo gallery. Over 70 new pictures to view.
See WDAY/WDAZ News Story - Extra Snow Brings Out a Children's Snowmobile Racing Club
End of season "Banquet Registration Form - Printable PDF"
President: Lee Gudajtes
Vice President: Joey Hallstrom
Secretary: Alanna Olson
Treasurer: Jimmy Buchwitz
Head Race Director: Paul Osowski
Flagman: Bill Tim
Snow Race Director: Chris Olson
Ice Race Director: Jeff Brouse
Head Race Tech: Mike Rose
Assistant race techs: Don Wensloff and Brian Benson
Staging: Dickie Johnson, Rob Billings, and Chris Olson
Website: Troy Freidrichs
Yearbook: Joey Hallstrom
January 4, 2014 ~ Minto
January 11, 2014 ~ Karlstad
January 18, 2014 ~ Manvel
February 1st and 2nd ~ TRF
February 22nd and 23rd ~ Roseau
Manville ~ 1 day race date to be determined
Bemidji ~ 1 day race date to be determined
2014 Year end banquet Saturday, April 5 2014.
There is a concern that some of the yellow oil fill plugs are working loose on the 206 Briggs motors when they get warm. Please check your oil fill plugs, especially after the engine is warmed up. Possible severe engine damage could occur if these plugs come out, draining the engine of its oil. Thanks to Todd Nelson for bringing this to light.
Please Note: For safety reasons shocks will be allowed in ther rear suspension, no coil overspring, on the Briggs class sleds.
Please Note: Deadline for ordering shirts is at the Oslo race. ~ Shirt Order Form (Printable PDF)
Yearbook Info Form (Printable PDF)
* This season KC Pro will be running a new Briggs & Stratton 206 Improved Stock class. This class will be run under the ISR rules consisting of a stock 120 snowmobile chassis, a Briggs & Stratton LO206 engine, open centrifugal type clutch / gearing (must be chain drive), and open shock rule for the front suspension. In short you will have an Improved Stock class rules sled with a Briggs and Stratton LO206 engine.
TRF Race Registration: We are going to have registration on Saturday morning in the casino lobby from 7:30 - 8:30 am for both days of racing. Please submit registration online for both days to streamline the process.
The Year End Banquet will be held at the Best Western Saturday March 2nd. There is a block of rooms available to rent, you can call now. Will advise more details soon.
Race updates: Please park your trailers farther away from the track, this is a must for safety! All headlights and taillights must be working, this will be enforced.
Kitty Cat Amateur -ages 4-12
Kitty Cat Stock -ages 4-12
Kitty Cat Improved Stock -ages 5-12 (Must have one year experience in Stock.)
120 Ice Stock -ages 4-12
120 Ice Improved Stock -ages 5-12 (Must have one year experience in Stock.)
120 Beginners -ages 4 and up. Box Stock Class Governed to specs in the rulebook.
120 Amateur -ages 5-12
120 Stock -ages 6-12 (May race Stock and Improved Stock, cannot race in Stock if racing in Champ class)
120 Improved Stock -ages 6-12 (Must have one year experience in Stock.)
B&S 206 Improved Stock -ages 6-12 (Must have one year experience in Stock.)
Champs-ages 6-14 Must have one year experience in Improved Stock. (May race Improved and Champ but not Stock.)