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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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        A record number of entries were on hand on January 3rd for the second round of the 2014-15 United States X-Country (USXC) series.

        The day’s events started with a four lap final for the Pro Woman. With a 12 second lead over #496 Kelsey Pladson (Polaris), Jill Tangen (#4 Polaris) looked calm and collected down the straits and through the corners to the finish.

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          Goodwin DooTalk Ski-Doo 600RS

          Running a snowmobile race team is an expensive endeavor, but one team is once again turning to a snowmobile forum community to help cover the costs.

          Goodwin Performance has returned for the 2014-15 snowmobile racing season and teamed up with DooTalk.com for its member-sponsored racing program. Members of DooTalk.com can buy laps for $5 each to help support the team.

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            Matt Piche Houghton Cross Country

            Matt Piche started the cross country season off with a bang for Yamaha. (Photo courtesy 447 Photography)

            Team Yamaha Rider Matt Piche scored the first Pro Stock win of the Cross Country racing season on his SR Viper race sled at Houghton, Mich.

            “Everyone on the team wanted to come out strong at the first race of the year,” says Yamaha Cross Country Crew Chief Brian Strawsell. “We knew we had a sled that would be competitive and that Matt and Re were ready to race. Everything just worked well for us today.”

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