Kamm wins six heat races and two finals to win 2016-2017 points title
Ski-Doo racers took five National Snocross Championships at the ISOC season finale in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
Despite challenges from Mother Nature, the Ski-Doo X-Team pulled off some stunning podium wins.
Kamm rebounded from a 13th-place finish on Friday night to score a dominant victory on Saturday.
Next up for Hibbert is the final event of the season in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, March 17 - 19.
Kamm is second in Pro Open points as title hunt heats up.
Hibbert rode with confidence and control to win both his qualifying rounds and the final event at Soaring Eagle Resort & Casino.
Racers on AXYS RMK sleds win three King of the Hill titles and Queen of the Hill.
Columbia Basin Trust to fund Avalanche Canada with $450,000 over three years.
It was the second-straight win for the three Team Bunke drivers on the legendary Soo 1-mile ice oval.
Since last spring, at least five large public companies headquartered in Minnesota announced plans to be acquired, the latest Arctic Cat.
Polaris riders won five medals in four events, including gold medals in Snocross, Snocross Adaptive and Best Trick.
The victory makes Parsons the only athlete to win back-to-back Freestyle Gold at the X-Games event.
Polaris snocross racers swept the top three spots at the AMSOIL Championship Series Pro Open
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