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    Blair Morgan

    Legendary snocross racer Blair Morgan will be a special guest at this weekend’s Valcourt Grand Prix in Quebec, Canada.

    Morgan will serve as Master of Ceremonies for some of the weekend races. Fans and racers will get a chance to meet the snocross icon throughout the racing action, which starts on Friday and runs through Sunday.

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      Polaris snowmobile hillclimbers opened the 2015 Rocky Mountain States Hillclimb Association (RMSHA) season in dominant fashion as they won nine of 12 Pro class titles, won two King of the Hill crowns, and earned 80% of the available podium spots on Feb. 13-14 at in Montpelier, Idaho.

      Polaris racer Luke Rainey won three classes and reached the podium in all five classes in which he competed. Erin Beukelman and Keith Curtis won two classes apiece and both earned four podium spots.

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        Brian Dick Wes Selby

        Team Arctic racers finished first and second at the famed Soo International 500 Enduro aboard production-based Arctic Cat snowmobiles.

        Taking the win was the Factory Team Arctic/Christian Brothers Racing pair of Brian Dick and Wes Selby, with Cadarette Racing’s Troy Dewald, Chad Lian and Cody Miaskoch finishing in second place. Eighth went to Christian Brothers Racing’s Ryan Simons and Zach Herfindahl. All three teams were competing aboard an Arctic Cat ZR 6000R with the ProCross chassis and powered by Speedwerx-modified Arctic Cat 600 C-TEC2 EFI engines.

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          Ryan Springer Snocross

          Polaris snocross racers picked up a couple of big wins at the ISOC National racing in Salamanca, NY, while Polaris also took home a podium finish at the Soo I-500 endurance race.

          Ryan Springer (Carlson Motorsports) won both Pro Lite finals during ISOC National racing Feb. 6-7, giving him three straight wins and making him the new Pro Lite points leader. In Pro Open, Ross Martin (Judnick Motorsports) continued his own hot streak and reached the podium in both of the weekend’s finals, which moved him up to third in points.

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            Kody Kamm Deadwood Snocross

            (Photo courtesy of Lissa Marsolek/ISOC)

            Polaris snocross racer Kody Kamm (Hentges Racing) won one of the most exciting Pro Open finals of the season during a Jan. 30-31 weekend of ISOC National racing in Deadwood, S.D., and Ross Martin (Judnick Motorsports) reached the Pro Open podium both nights.

            Kamm was the top qualifier prior to the Friday night Pro Open final, but it was Martin who got the holeshot to show he would battle for the win. Kamm passed Martin for the lead at the end of the first lap, then series points leader Tucker Hibbert moved into second and pressed Kamm for the remaining 21 laps on the tight, technical course. Kamm countered every Hibbert passing attempt, retained his speed as he worked his way through traffic, and won his first final of the season. Martin finished third, and three fellow Polaris racers also finished in the top 10: Justin Broberg (Hentges Racing) was eighth, Corin Todd (Leighton Motorsports) was ninth, and Jake Scott (Team LaVallee) finished 10th.

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