Ice Henge

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Racers had hoped that the wind machine would turn on in the afternoon, but the wind arrived earlier than expected. The Nite fleet had lined up to race but 25 mph puffy winds coupled with slippery ice as hard as a diamond had the Race Committee opt for postponement.  

Back in the pits, the Madison Fire Department provided entertainment with their ice-cutting operation for Saturday’s Polar Plunge event to raise funds for Special Olympics Wisconsin athletes.

Racing begins at 9 AM on Saturday, with Nites first in the rotation.

The Nite fleet was ready for the first race, but the Race Committee decided to postpone for safety. Photo: Brett Hulsley