At the latest round of ISOC Snocross racing, held February 1-2 in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, X-Team racers collected wins in nearly every class.
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The new year started right where 2018 left off for Ski-Doo X-Team racers as they continued to dominate the Pro podium at the ISOC snocross series in Minnesota.
The Ski-Doo X-Team snocross racers have started the season with a stranglehold on the podium and dominant performances on the track.
Ski-Doo X-Team snocross racers left little doubt as to who the team to beat is this season after an incredibly dominant performance in Duluth, Minnesota
The BRP booth, including Ski-Doo snowmobiles and Can-Am products, will again have a large presence and a couple new twists for 2018.
The series’ first installment – “Snow Blind” – sees Anderson and the Turbo S exploding down the unhinged slopes of Donner Ski Ranch.
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Polaris® Racer Kody Kamm wins a pair of ISOC Snocross Pro Finals at Lake Geneva, finishes the season
Kody Kamm finishes second in Pro points, two positions ahead of teammate Hentges Racing Peter Narsa.
Despite some challenges, Polaris' CEO Scott Wine feels that the company is in a strong position and can handle any adversity.
The new Powersports Group brings together the Ski-Doo, Lynx, Sea-Doo, Can-Am and Rotax product lines into a single operating unit.