Thats because the town is home to an annual event called Hangoverfest, where locals spend the morning recovering from the previous nights festivities by racing each other around Cordova Dragway Park.
The events spokesman who calls himself Tazz says the frozen hot rod festival is a way for local racers to satisfy their need for speed until April, the official start of the season.
But speed is relative here. Tazz says snowy conditions mean the drivers will probably only go around 80 mph, much less than the season average of 132 mph.
Tazz figures some racers might still be nursing hangovers when the race begins but promises those who are still reeking wont be allowed to go behind the wheel.
However, they will be allowed to enjoy the $1 Bloody Marys that will be available to non-racers who are over 21.
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