thats awsome to hear. kinda funny because i started a non-profit organization the "Norther Off Road Society" we have built some really nast machines up here to handle the muskeg. We went to this track for mudboggin when a guy by the name of Dan Church owend it, he didn't do a very good job. He received a ton of money from the community to rebuild it but took money and did nothing. We love all kinds of racing and didn't want to see it erased, so we went after it. we went and got our pwn peice of land (leased) and are developing this into a off road park. They finnaly went in and shut dan down after leaving the place in shambels, wrecked cars and campers everywhere. the garbage we have to clean up is gonna take a full weekend. You are right about the clay, does dry up fast and i did hear a rumor that this is why they stopped racing up here. here are some pics for ya that you might enjoy.
Here is the track as it looks today (took this on the 13th)
Here is what i have created, not finnished yet but 545 stroker 44" tires 105" wheel base
here is a friends jeep or Feeeep we like to call it. mild 460, 49" iroks, f-250 reg cab long box frame