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    Garrett Goodwin X Games

    (Photo courtesy Crystal Wallem Photography)

    It was a golden weekend for Garrett Goodwin, as he rode his Goodwin Performance/DooTalk.com sled to the Snocross Adaptive victory at the Winter X Games in Aspen, Colo.

    The gold is also big news for the Snowmobile.com Network, as DooTalk.com members help support Goodwin’s racing efforts. To learn more about DooTalk.com’s racer support program, visit http://buylaps.dootalk.com/.

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      The United States X-Country Snowmobile Racing series has cancelled the 2015 Seven Clans I-500 race, due Mother Nature’s lack of cooperation.

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        Zach Herfindahl Grafton 100

        Team Arctic cross-country racers dominated the first ditch and river race of the season, scoring 11 wins in 17 classes at the USXC cross-country in Grafton, ND, aboard their ZR 6000R XC and ZR 4000RR race sleds. Team Green captured 32 of 51 podium positions, including four podium sweeps.

        For the second race in a row Zach Herfindahl proved the best of the best, winning the two-hour, 120-mile Pro Stock final on a wildly rough course. In addition, Herfindahl and teammate Wes Selby finished 2-3 in the Pro Open class.

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          Garrett Goodwin X Games Snocross Jump

          One of the coolest things about the Snowmobile.com Network is DooTalk.com’s racer support program. Last year, that program helped one rider earn a silver medal at the Winter X Games and now he is going for gold.

          Garrett Goodwin took silver in Adaptive Snocross aboard his Goodwin Performance/DooTalk.com Ski-Doo race sled at the 2014 Winter X Games, which you can read about here. On Sunday, Jan. 25, Goodwin is aiming for his second X Games medal in a race that will be shown on ESPN.

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            Zach Herfindahl USXC

            After the first two lake lemans events, snowmobile terrain racing returned this past weekend with the Grafton 100 in Grafton, ND.

            It was typical USXC cross country racing, with eight miles of tight river and 13 miles of rough ditch. The day started out with heavy, wet snow and poor visibility, with the sun coming out at noon. Drivers hadn’t seen this rough of a course for quite some time.

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