Back in 2005, a family came together with a plan to start this first mud bog event in Teepee Creek, AB. Jamie and Debbie White along with Myron and Stacy Krahn got together to put on the one day show with 250 spectators in attendance. This one small event would slowly grow and generate a following of epic proportions for this type of event. The one-day event would turn into 2 days of racing. A couple hundred spectators would turn into thousands. 20 entered trucks would become 100. But it didn’t happen overnight. The amount of volunteer time, effort and planning by a few dedicated people and a ton of loyal fans and racers is what has brought this group to the place they are now.
In 2010 the Association Declaration was formed and signed under the name of ‘Peace Country Offroad Racing Association’. From that point on, the group was able to expand its board of directors and volunteers. The events began to run like a well-oiled machine, with having perfected our timing and keeping the event organized, spectator numbers began to grow exponentially. After all, racing is a spectator sport unless you decide to get behind the wheel and race!
2013 would be the last race in Teepee Creek, we had outgrown the venue and we were looking to expand. The town of Wembley, AB was approached and we were welcomed with open arms. In 2014 we held the first race in Wembley with new mud pits and a bounty pit that was sure to bury even the biggest, most powerful trucks. But the drivers wanted more. We already had two stellar race pits that the drivers would race each other head to head in and we had brought in the bounty pit to suit the huge trucks that were built for deep mud and not so much speed. We needed a hill-n-hole pit! For the 2015 season, we added a 300’ pit with a jump every 100’. With a variety of events at this venue, we now get a variety of mud trucks from mild stock daily drivers to wild monster trucks with massive blown alcohol injected engines. There is a spot for every type of truck to run and they all have a fair chance to win in their respective class.
During the quiet spring of 2020, as the pandemic ground the region to a halt, our dedicated directors and volunteers renovated the Stacy Krahn Memorial Motorsports Park once again. The Mega Truck Track was added to the Hill n' Hole, and the Demolition Derby Ring was moved north and expanded to a whopping 200' diameter.
We hold two events each year at the Stacy Krahn Memorial Motorsports Park. One in June and another in August. We look forward to expanding our event, our racers and the spectators as the events continue to grow year after year. Come check us out and enjoy the show! If you are interested in entering, we welcome you to give it a try. But be warned, it’s easy to get hooked on mud racing!!
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