Karl Schwartz 2021
New Person 1 2021
New Person 2 2021
Dave Yovich 2022
Charlie Wiltse 2023
Doug Flannery 2023
COVID-19 MUST READ…
Statement of purpose: To safely race snowmobiles in the winter of 2021.
Updated PDF click here Nov. 2020
ABOUT MIRA RACING
Midwest International Racing Association.
M.I.R.A., the Midwest International Racing Association, started in 1979. We began as a snowmobile enduro racing circuit with race events throughout the Midwest and Michigan. When it started, the races were “true” enduros, meaning that the “TC 250” was actually 250 miles, or 500 laps on the half mile track. As time progressed, M.I.R.A. added a sprint racing format to accomodate racers that didn’t want to race the long distances. In that time the enduros were shortened to 250-500 lap events to make room for the sprint racing. M.I.R.A. is a not for profit, member owned, and ISR certified company.
Currently M.I.R.A. runs a full sprint racing program on Saturday, with the Kitty Cat 120’s and the main event enduro following on Sunday. The class structure is similar to that of most other sprint racing associations, which allows them to participate without having to make drastic changes to their equipment. The feature competitors in our enduros are the 600 Modified sleds.
NOTE: WEBSITE Updated Jan 25, 2021
2021 Press Releases
Jan 5, 2021
MIRA is very pleased to announce that the Gaylord Tourism Bureau will once again be a sponsor of our race in Gaylord the; Extreme Powersports 250 to be help Jan. 23 and 24 in Gaylord Michigan. Full Story
Dec 17, 2020
MIRA Presidents Letter
The MIRA board has been working overtime to keep the organization moving through these difficult times. Our goal is to provide safe, fun and affordable racing for our membership. This is not easy on a normal year, you can imagine what we are faced with now. Full Story
Dec 16, 2020
58TH WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SNOWMOBILE DERBY
Pre-Race Safety Inspection is mandatory for all sleds Practicing or Racing 2021 World Championship Snowmobile Derby, Prior to entry onto the track. Full Story
Nov 13, 2020
MIRA has formed a partnership with Gaylord Michigan based Dubie Welding a custom welding/fabrication shop and the manufactures of Dubie Snow Groomers. Owners; Mark, David and Andy have agreed to build the Gaylord race track at its new location along I-75 at the south Gaylord exit. Dubie Welding is an advance fabrication shop offering CAD design and state of the art welding processes. The guys also are performance experts and take on all kinds for special projects. The entire MIRA organization would like to welcome this dynamic company to the race family and look forward to many years of working together. Andy Dubie and his team plan to start driving frost just as soon as weather permits.