The final ISOC Championship Snocross race of the year featured three days of action-packed, high-flying racing.by Austin Calderone
Growing up, I was always interested in motocross. I’ve had a bike since fourth grade, and I currently ride a street bike also. It was in 2012 that I was introduced to snocross when my good friend, Grant Glashagel, invited me to his race, which was about 10 minutes from my house. I decided to go and bring my camera with, which was my first time taking photos of snocross. Since then, I have been shooting snocross races. The following two years, I was the track photographer for the Great Lakes Snocross Series (GLX), and I also shot a few of the International Series of Champions (ISOC) National circuit races. It was last year, in 2015, when I finally rode a snowmobile for the first time, and it happened to be the Arctic Cat Sno Pro 6000 that Glashagel’s teammate, Keagan Bachara, raced earlier that day; I also rode it right onto the track, which was a great experience.
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Here’s a recap from the 2015 Hollywood Casino Snocross National in Joliet, Illinois, and what to expect this year.by Austin Calderone