Mud Bog action at this year’s Indy Jamboree will introduce an above ground pit, due to the Indiana State Fairgrounds paving the area for parking, where the Mud Bog pit traditionally resided, thus making it not possible to dig below ground. This is completely out of the control of the Jamboree and Jambo officials are set to build a new above ground track, which will provide plenty of exciting competition.
The Mug Bog pit, which will be made with clay that is stored on-site and free of rock content, will remain in the same spot as previous years, in its new configuration.
Mud Bog competition will again consist of 6 Classes and will feature an increased purse this year. An additional $100 has been added to the winner’s share in each and every class. Also, the second-place and third-place finishers will each receive a cash bonus, with second-place earning $100 on top of their 100% payback and third-place pocketing a $50 bonus, along with their payback from the 100% payback. Full Payout Information.