Media Gallery “Fast and furious, we’ll let you know when we figure out what that means.” The coveted prize along with the precious bragging rights. 2AM and some teams still building. The perfect combination of water and dirt creates a smooth, muddy start for all. It also keeps the dust down for the spectators. 2AM and some teams still building. Flex frame technology. Built for Speed not for comfort. Team Awesome – Giving a lesson on drifting and choosing the right line. Aerial view of the pit lane. All of the 2014 participants. One of the muddiest corners of the track. Pist’n Broke, winners of the 2014 St. Labre 200. This corner starts out smooth but has been known to get torn apart by mid race. Not choosing the write line will cause a loss of speed, loss of control, and a need of a change of underwear. Pist’n Broke soaking in the win. Smiling from ear to ear at the St-Labre 200! Making dust and eating dust all part of a days work. Deep in thought! Light, Flex frame technology. One angle iron running down the middle. Thunder roll! These shocks will give the driver a lot more comfort. The frame is made out of a gas line pipe. This dreaded corner takes a tear on the carts. 14 carts pounding on this corner over 100 laps causes major ruts to form. The launch isn’t bad but the landing is what will drain the driver and truly test the cart.