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March 2013: Team Arctic Marches to 19 Victories


(3/14/2013)

Team Arctic & CBR Pro Zach Herfindahl, photo by ArcticInsider.com

Press Release-

TEAM ARCTIC MARCHES TO 19 WINS ACROSS NORTH AMERICA

Top Finishes in Cross-Country, Snocross and Hillclimb

Team Arctic marched through a weekend of North American snocross, cross-country and hillclimb competition with the same determination and success that has defined the entire season, racking up 19 class wins aboard Sno Pro and M Series snowmobiles.

At the RMSHA hillclimb in Pinedale, Wyo., Team Green scored five class wins in a range of classes, including Pro, Womens and Semi Pro. Delivering standout performances were double-winners David McClure and Kaycee Balls, as well as Trace Tupper.

 

Tucker Hibbert, image by John Hanson

Tucker Hibbert continued his near stranglehold on the Pro Open class in ISOC snocross, taking another dominating victory at the national event in Glyndon, Minn.

 

Benjamin Langaas, photo by ArcticInsider.com

And at the final USXC cross-country race of the season in Warroad, Minn., Team Arctic notched 12 class victories and six sweeps of the podium. Proving the depth of talent in and the strength of the Sno Pro race sleds, the 12 victories were achieved by 11 different racers.  

“It was another solid weekend of racing for the team,” said Mike Kloety, Team Arctic Race Manager. “With the season winding down, some racers were protecting their point leads and championship positions and perhaps riding a bit more conservatively than usual. We are proud of the great efforts from all the racers and teams to this point of the season.

“I also want to acknowledge the exceptional effort by Ryan Simons to secure the USXC Pro Championships for the third year in a row, despite the fact that he was racing with a broken and chipped collarbone that he sustained the previous weekend. Despite the pain he soldiered on to compete in three races to win the title, which is a testament to his desire.”

 

Team Arctic Results from RMSHA Hillclimb in Pinedale, Wyo.

600 Stock

3. Chance Buckallew

 

600 Improved

1. David McClure

3. Rob Kincaid

 

700 Stock

2. Chance Buckallew

 

700 Improved

1. David McClure

3. Chance Buckallew

 

Women’s Stock

2. Amy Zollinger

 

Women’s Improved

2. Amy Zollinger

 

Women’s Mod

1. Kaycee Balls

 

Semi Pro Stock

3. Trevor Keller

 

Semi Pro Improved

1. Trace Tupper

3. Trevor Keller

 

Semi Pro Mod

3. Trace Tupper

 

Women Class King – Kaycee Balls

 

Team Arctic Race Results from ISOC Snocross National in Glyndon, Minn.


Pro Open #1

1. Tucker Hibbert

 

Pro Am Plus 30

3. Joshua Zelinski

 

Pro Am Women

2. Courtney Petosky

 

Sport 2

2. Spencer Hubatka

 

Jr. 16-17

2. Grant Glashagel

3. Jay Lura

 

Jr. 14-15

2. Grant Glashagel

 

Jr. Novice 10-13

3. Justin Hodge

 

Transition 8-12

1. Evan Christian

2. Justin Hodge

3. Raycer Frank

 

Team Arctic Race Results from USXC Cross-Country in Warroad, Minn.


Pro 600

2. Zach Herfindahl

 

Pro Open

3. Zach Herfindahl

 

Semi Pro 600

3. Cole Nymann

 

Semi Pro Improved

3. Tyler Johnsrud

 

Expert 85

1. Lance Efteland

2. Benjamin Langaas

3. Tyler Johnsrud

 

Expert 85 Improved

1. Benjamin Langaas

2. Ryan Trout

3. Tyler Johnsrud

 

Masters 40

2. Mike Dirkman

3. Jon Koch

 

Masters 50 Plus

1. Brian Brown

2. Don Rogers

 

Sport 85

1. Ryan Trout

2. John Langaas

3. Mason Kallock

 

Sport 600

2. Garret Johnson

 

Trail

1. Ryan Trout

3. Paul Sillerud

 

Vintage

2. Mike Mattison

3. Paul Sillerud

 

Vintage 50 Plus

1. Pete Mattison

2. Neil Mattison

 

Classic IFS

2. Tom Kallock

 

Classic IFS 50 Plus

1. Gerry Mattison

 

Women

1. Jolene Bute

 

Jr. 10-13

1. Thomas Junglen

2. David Brown

3. Blake Johnson

 

Jr. 14-17

1. John Langaas

2. Mason Kallock

3. Garet Grzadzielewski

 

Jr. Girls 10-15

1. Mayce Brodehl

2. Marissa Kallock

3. Caemlyn Pringle

 

Jr. Girls 16-17

1. Callie Slominski

2. Kelsey Pladson



Comments (12):

holinm1 says:
3/16/2013 7:00:00 PM

What happened to Cody Thompsen?
Have not seen him racing ISOC lately.
Tom Rowland says:
3/19/2013 5:56:00 AM

Cody Thomsen had a season ending wrist injury at the Canterbury race in January. He just had the pins removed this past thursday and the healing continues. I visited with him at the Lake Geneva race this past weekend, he has missed being away and is super eager to begin training and preparing for the new season.
Thana says:
3/23/2014 10:41:00 AM

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Ilkin says:
10/9/2015 1:39:00 AM

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Ilkin says:
10/9/2015 1:39:00 AM

Is this really the best reeivwing we have? Go look at Jeremy Clarkson and Chris Harris think hard about what makes a good review. This is not one. Bad driving coupled with THIS IS THE BEST THING EVAR OMG I LOVE CARS. How about some THOUGHTS what does it feel like to drive? How does it communicate to you? Is the engine lively, despite it's relatively low power?In response to the review, I think one of these would almost perfectly compliment my 99 2.5RS. The only thing I think I would want would be a droppable top, just because that would add to the driver experience and that's what this car is all about, IMHO. But it would also make it significantly heavier NOT good for the driving experience. I'm sure I'd love one regardless!
Ilkin says:
10/9/2015 1:39:00 AM

Is this really the best reeivwing we have? Go look at Jeremy Clarkson and Chris Harris think hard about what makes a good review. This is not one. Bad driving coupled with THIS IS THE BEST THING EVAR OMG I LOVE CARS. How about some THOUGHTS what does it feel like to drive? How does it communicate to you? Is the engine lively, despite it's relatively low power?In response to the review, I think one of these would almost perfectly compliment my 99 2.5RS. The only thing I think I would want would be a droppable top, just because that would add to the driver experience and that's what this car is all about, IMHO. But it would also make it significantly heavier NOT good for the driving experience. I'm sure I'd love one regardless!
Flor says:
10/11/2015 5:56:00 AM

about wondering if the cuiosmernsm associated with the sport balances out with the benefits of raising the value of nature and a healthy lifestyle. I think it does.Athletes like you and Scott not only draw attention to the value of our world in its natural condition, but you also encourage everyone to realize that we're capable of so much more than what we may believe about ourselves. I know I'm grateful.Whoa. That was way serious...umm...quick, something funny...hey, remember that scene in Zombieland where the dude has to make a second lap to unlock his car? Yeah...that was rad. http://ydnfmnv.com [url=http://dmjbnalj.com]dmjbnalj[/url] [link=http://ocomakv.com]ocomakv[/link]
Flor says:
10/11/2015 5:56:00 AM

about wondering if the cuiosmernsm associated with the sport balances out with the benefits of raising the value of nature and a healthy lifestyle. I think it does.Athletes like you and Scott not only draw attention to the value of our world in its natural condition, but you also encourage everyone to realize that we're capable of so much more than what we may believe about ourselves. I know I'm grateful.Whoa. That was way serious...umm...quick, something funny...hey, remember that scene in Zombieland where the dude has to make a second lap to unlock his car? Yeah...that was rad. http://ydnfmnv.com [url=http://dmjbnalj.com]dmjbnalj[/url] [link=http://ocomakv.com]ocomakv[/link]
Flor says:
10/11/2015 5:57:00 AM

about wondering if the cuiosmernsm associated with the sport balances out with the benefits of raising the value of nature and a healthy lifestyle. I think it does.Athletes like you and Scott not only draw attention to the value of our world in its natural condition, but you also encourage everyone to realize that we're capable of so much more than what we may believe about ourselves. I know I'm grateful.Whoa. That was way serious...umm...quick, something funny...hey, remember that scene in Zombieland where the dude has to make a second lap to unlock his car? Yeah...that was rad. http://ydnfmnv.com [url=http://dmjbnalj.com]dmjbnalj[/url] [link=http://ocomakv.com]ocomakv[/link]
Sadam says:
10/13/2015 1:49:00 AM

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Sadam says:
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Sadam says:
10/13/2015 1:49:00 AM

I've got a question unaetrled to any post in particular. I assume you wear socks, but I've never seen a photo of you with socks visible, and searching through old posts, the only mentions of socks are about sometimes not wearing them. If you go without or wear low no-show ones, do they ever slip and then your Achilles rubs? Or what ones do you wear that are low but manage to stay up and prevent Achilles abrasion all the time? http://nondqybuyyh.com [url=http://rkiuuvtc.com]rkiuuvtc[/url] [link=http://tjafdiyns.com]tjafdiyns[/link]

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