Pist'N Broke

Congratulation to Pist'N Broke who won the Best Sleep Centre Spark Plug Cup.

Directions to St. Labre 200
Camping Spots Galore!

More camping spots have been available as the demand has been great.   "This year is shaping up to be the best of them yet,  I can't believe how much work this community puts in preparing the site."  - Jason Funk

Please remember the following when coming down to the St. Labre 200.
-Lawn Chairs
-Bug Spray
-Sun Screen
-Umbrella or Sun shade
-Camcorder or Camera
-Noise makers
-Cash(Unfortunately we do not have interac) The nearest ATM will be at the Woodridge Inn or Marchand Hotel.
-Remember there is an opportunity for all to participate in the Calcutta during the Day Saturday at $10 a share.
-You also have an opportunity to contribute to the fireworks show or purchase your own.
-A fully stocked Canteen will be available on site.
-Bathing Suit for the on Site semi private showers

Sunday morning - free breakfast!

Drive safe and we'll see you in St. Labre


Update as of July 7th, 2014

  • Disregard July 6th Post.
  • Tire issue has been resolved and everyone will have the new updated tires.
  • 2 tires will be setup for tubes and split rims
  • 2 tires will be setup for valve stems and solid rims.

2014 -  Material List.pdf

Updates as of July 6th, 2014

  • The tires are still a major concern this year as we are unable to get any better tires in the quantity we need soon enough
  • Teams are always encouraged to research and consider different options to making your tires last longer as in: foam filling, liquid hardening rubber filling, running on higher pressures.   (The committee doesn't know what the right answer is to make these tires last longer but wants teams to know that the tires seem to be of much lower quality than the past years.) 

Thank you to all our 2014 sponsors:

Gold Sponsors:
Media Sponsors:

The Carillon - Our Canada - Christopher Mark Productions - La Liberté
Silver Sponsors
Birch Auto/Auto Parts Central
Fairway Ford Sales
Ste. Anne Co-op
La Broquerie Co-op
Weiss Auto
Stem Family Wellness
RM of La Broquerie
Golfview Electric
Penner Farm Services
Rush Sanitation
Elite Redi-Mix
Frantz Motor Inn
Bob Kuchma Enterprise
NAPA Autoparts
Prairie Oils and Vinegars
Nature's Pasta
Gagnon Prime Cuts
C & T Rentals
Vantage Woodwork
Vintage Lodge
Gringo Hogs
Paul's Custom RC
Crikside Cats
James Minsky
Woodridge Sandhogs
Guy's Autobody
Le Dépanneur
Lohr Underground
Southeastern Farm Equipment
Hertz Equipment Rental
Unger Excavating
Steinbach Aerial
Richardson Pioneer
Earl's Meat Market
Oak Leaf Promotions
Marc Hutlet Seeds
La Broquerie Towing
Norcal Freight Systems
Steinbach Chiropractic
Marchand Inn
Ste. Anne Autobody
Bronze Sponsors
Scotia Bank
Keating Mechanical
Ten Thousand Villages
James Brown Motorsports
MPI - Mini Car town
Woodridge Firefighters Association
Welders Supplies Limited
Canadian Gold Beverages
École Saint-Joachim
2014 - Arm Wrestling Event

The St. Labre 200 is pleased to announce the addition of the arm wrestling to its many lists of events.

This event is sanctioned by Manitoba Arm Wrestling and all participants have a chance to earn points.

Individuals may enter 1 arm for $15 or both arms for $25.

Weight classes for Men are:

Weight classes for Women are:

Prizes - %100 cash payout per class.

Bonus: Mystery cash draw for 1st & 2nd place winners!

More Info at ManitobaArmWrestling.com

Download Poster - 2014-ArmWrestling-Poster.pdf

Media Challenge - Go-Kart Race

For the firs


t time in the South East region....be on the look-out for a Radio Media Challenge Go-Kart Race...

96.7 FM or 1250 AM or the new kid on the block, 107.7 FM
Out of their studio and on a racetrack we will test their skills and determination
Date: Thursday, July 3
Show time: 11 am till 12 noon
Where: Bumpers on 52

2014 - St. Labre 200 Rules

Rules as of July 3rd, 2014.

Download 2014-Rules-StLabre200.pdf

Things to note:

  • Qualifying Laps:  All certified carts will lineup at the end of the pit area.  Carts will be let on the track in a staggered fashion so as to let the time keepers be able to time two carts at a time.  As one cart leaves the track another will be let on the track.  Once you leave the track your qualifying attempt is complete.  Carts may do as many laps as they want but they must keep in mind they only have the fuel that is left to start the race.
  • Boundary Marker Penalty:  Hitting boundary markers are cause for marshalls to send a cart to the 15 second penalty box.  This year much of the track will be marked out with plastic foldable pipes so as to be less dangerous than tires.  Barriers will still be in place after the boundary markers but a gap between the markers and the primary barrier will be in place.
  • Race Start:  This year we are honored to have olympian gold medalist Jocelyne Laroque to start the race.   Jocelyne will lead all the carts with her pace cart and leave the track through the pit area.  There shall be no passing of any carts while the pace cart is on the track and until your cart has passed the start/finish line.
Cookie Cook-Off Rules

Any variation of the chocolate chip cookie is welcomed.

  • All cookies must contain some type of chocolate (powder, chip, flake, sprinkle, chunk etc.)
  • Any additional, non traditional ingredients are welcomed.
  • Cookies must be 2.5cm (1 inch) in diameter. This ensure that they are bit size.
  • Please have a total of 50 cookies.
  • Registration asks for ingredients (this is to inform the cookie comity of any allergens ie. nuts, seeds, dairy etc)
  • Cookies must be brought to registration table by noon.


Someone from the cookie comittee will package every cookie in a bag with a # to represent it's creator.

Once all cookies are packaged, judges will evaluate one cookie per individual and the remaining packages will be given to the public to the publics vote.

Judges will base their points on taste, appearance (including shape and colour) and appreciation.

Public vote is based on the top 3. They will take the top three cookie packages and place them in the respective container (best, second and third best)

Judges vote is worth 60%

Public vote is worth 40%

We are soooooo proud to have, for the first time, an olympian honorary guest.  Jocelyne Larocque, who was the first to score a goal, for the Canadian women's hockey team, in the 2014 Sochi Olympics.  She will launch the race in her own go-cart, followed by all the 14 go-karts carrying the Canadian Flag in honor of her. 

Thank you to Digital Ghost for the great work on this video.