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Maine Motorsports Xtreme Ice Racing

Maine Motorsports Xtreme Ice Racing returns to the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland, ME with a big announcement that is sure to rev up your engines for 2024! We are teaming up with the New England Karting Challenge (NEKC) for an exhilarating collaboration on January 13 that will set the tracks on fire!

Events > Maine Motorsports Xtreme Ice Racing
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Cross Insurance Arena
1 Civic Center Square
Portland, Maine 04101 United States
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Cross Insurance Arena
January 13, 2024

Get ready for an unforgettable experience for the whole family! Tickets are $15-$25 for adults and $10 for kids. Tickets go on sale to the public this Friday, November 10 at 10AM at the Ware-Butler Box Office or Access tickets through the Cyber Club presale with offer code XTREME beginning November 8 at 10am through November 9. Come party with us before the races! The Pre Party add on is an exclusive opportunity to meet some of the riders, while enjoying a BBQ buffet spread, cash bar, and early access to merchandise.

NEKC, the ultimate destination for outdoor kart racing enthusiasts, is all about making racing accessible for everyone, whether you are a kid or a kid at heart. It is a racing series that brings the thrill of the track to you in a fun, family-friendly, and incredibly fast way. Imagine racing wheel to wheel at a heart-pounding 60 MPH with your newfound friends on tracks across the northeastern United States. It is not just racing; it is an experience of safe, competitive, and pure adrenaline-pumping fun.

Maine Motorsports Xtreme Ice Racing is a professional Racing tour on ice. Man, and machine going from 0-60mph in under 3 seconds. Speedway bikes and quads are modified and compete on an indoor ice arena. There are over 2000 metal studs added to the tires and there are no brakes on the bikes.

Ice Racing consists of heats where riders earn points to qualify for the Main (final race) Qualifying. Heats consist of four riders racing handlebar-to-handlebar for four laps. The Main Event consists of six riders for six laps.