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Boulder Valley Ice Dominating NZRA Circuit….

As we approach the mid-point of the 2014/2015 NZRA race season, the Boulder Valley Ice Zamboni driving team of Chacon and Crowell are leaving little doubt as to who are the top drivers on the NZRA circuit.  These drivers currently occupy the top three race times of the season and have thoroughly outclassed the rest of the field. …

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Thanksgiving, Silverstick & Zamboni’s…

Yes folks its that time of year again, and NZRA will be buckled in for a wild week of racing at the Rocky Mountain Regional Silverstick tournament at Hyland Hills.  Come on out and join us for what hopes to be a terrific week of racing, and of course a bit of hockey as well……

NZRA in Steamboat!

NZRA was at the Jim Fournier Rocky Mountain Rumble Peewee hockey tournament this past weekend for some exciting racing.  While there were not any record breaking times, the ice surface in Steamboat is Olympic.  Traditional US rinks are 200′ by 85′, and Olympic size rinks are 210′ by 98′.  This additional size obviously takes longer to clean,…

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Boulder Valley ICE posts TOP TIME!

While the Denver Broncos were getting blasted by the New England Patriots Sunday afternoon, seasoned Zamboni driver DJ Chacon was putting  on a show up in Boulder.  DJ posted the fastest NZRA race time of the 2014/2015 race season.  The amazing thing about his winning time was that it included 15 seconds of penalties for…

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Qualifications for becoming a professional Zamboni Driver

NZRA Launches NEW Web Site

The National Zamboni Racing Association has launched our new web site.

NZRA will be at DU Magness Arena Sat. Oct 11th for a Double Header

NZRA Racing officials are at DU for a racing double header. The first race included the use of two Zamboni’s with a combined time of 6:02, this will officially count as 12:04 in official sanctioned NZRA race times. note: the dual Zamboni’s did cause the first official controversy of the 2014/2015 racing season.  Association officials were immediately called…

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