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    2015 Polaris 800 RMK-Pro

    Polaris to announce all-new AXYS platform-based replacement for popular 2015 Pro-RMK this Friday.

    The Polaris snowmobile website is teasing an announcement of a new model, most likely some version of the Model Year 2016 RMK series, that will be announced on Friday, January 30th.

    The video teaser, which you can see below, announces a new RMK ostensibly based on an expansion of the AXYS platform. The teaser notes that the “all new king takes its throne” with dramatic improvements made to all the things that make the current Pro-RMK series work. The Polaris video teases the new 2016 Rocky Mountain King will offer: instantaneous lift; rider balanced control, and immediate response. These are the stated hallmarks of the AXYS Rush and Switchback series of trail sleds for 2015.

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      Carlson Motorsports Canterbury

      The Amsoil Championship Snocross series dropped green in front of a packed house at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, Minn. for rounds 5 and 6 of the national snocross tour. Carlson Motorsports Pro-Lite riders Andrew Carlson and Ryan Springer were back to their championship chase form after the holiday break with dominating qualifying efforts and a dramatic charge-from-the-back podium finish.

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        Ross Martin Canterbury

        Polaris snocross racers dominated ISOC National racing Jan. 9-10 at Shakopee, Minn., as Ross Martin (Judnick Motorsports) and Kyle Pallin (Team LaVallee) each won one of the weekend’s two Pro Open finals and Polaris racers finished first and third in both races. Kody Kamm (Hentges Racing) took third to reach the podium as Martin won on Friday, and Martin earned a second podium spot with a third-place finish when Pallin won on Saturday.

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          Polaris cross-country snowmobile racers started the 2014-15 USXC season off strong as Ryan Faust (Faust Racing) won the Pro Stock final and Justin Tate (2-Eight Motorsports) reached the podium twice in the Pro classes this past weekend. Polaris racers also earned podium spots with top-three finishes in Semi-Pro and Women’s classes near Gonvick, Minn.

          In the Pro Stock class final that Ryan Faust won, all seven Polaris racers in the final scored top-10 finishes. Justin Tate (2-Eight Motorsports) finished third in Pro Stock, Gabe Bunke (Bunke Racing) was fifth, Travis Faust (Faust Racing) was sixth, Bobby Menne (131 Racing) – who missed most of last season with an injury – was seventh, Spencer Kadlec (Bunke Racing) was ninth, and Mike Morgan (Bunke Racing) finished 10th. Morgan is racing selected USXC events before returning to race in Alaska, where he teamed with Chris Olds to finish third in last winter’s Iron Dog race.

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            Fargo Snocross Pro Lite Podium-Polaris

            (Photo courtesy Lissa Marsolek/ISOC)

            Polaris snocross racers dominated the Pro Lite class in ISOC National racing on Dec. 12-13 by finishing 1-2-3 in Friday’s final and earning five of the weekend’s six total podium spots.

            Polaris Pro Open racers earned two of three podium positions in Saturday’s final, and four Polaris Pro Open racers are in the top 10 in points after the season’s first four rounds of racing. The racing took place at the Buffalo River Race Park in Glyndon, Minn., just outside of Fargo, ND.

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