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March USXC & ISOC: Victory Parade for Team Arctic

Monster Energy/Team Arctic Cat racer Tucker Hibbert. Photo by Hanson


13 Class Wins at USXC Cross-Country in Walker, Minn.; Plus Six Victories at ISOC Snocross in Glyndon, Minn.

Team Arctic terrain racers continued the season-long victory parade with another batch of wins, this time at the season-ending USXC cross-country in Walker, Minn., and the penultimate stop on the ISOC National Snocross tour.

The cross-country in Walker saw yet another impressive house-cleaning by Team Green, with 12 different racers winning a total of 13 classes on a twisty 6-mile course characterized by massive, unrelenting moguls and big berms. Arctic Cat racers showed their depth by taking 35 podium positions and sweeping six podiums.

“Our racers and machines win in all terrain and conditions – from the early season lake events to the gnarly ditch events and now at a lower-speed short-course event that had elements of a snocross course,” said Team Arctic Race Manager, Mike Kloety. “We ended the cross-country season exactly like we started it: with great racers and teams competing in all the classes, and with the most impressive results of any brand.

One hundred miles to the west of Walker, Team Arctic snocross racers showed similar depth at the ISOC National double-header in Glyndon. Tucker Hibbert scored another Pro Open win during the Friday program, but a first turn bump in Saturday’s final put him on the ground, in last place and chasing back to claim fifth. Team Arctic’s Cody Thomsen claimed a pair of third-place finishes, while Logan Christian of the Christian Bros. Racing team notched a second-place finish.

Team Green showed similar domination in the other classes, with Travis Kern and Tyler Adams exchanging wins in the Sport finals and Marica Renheim staying undefeated in Pro AM Women.

“By claiming four of the top-5 positions each night, this was the most powerful performance we’ve seen from our team in the Pro Open class all season,” said Kloety. “Plus it’s just as satisfying to see our racers taking wins in the Sport, Junior and Transition classes.”

The final stop on the 2014 ISOC tour is this coming weekend in Lake Geneva, Wis., where a triple-header concludes the 2014 season. The next RMSHA event is Jackson Hole World Championships March 20-23 in Jackson, Wyo.

Team Arctic Cat/Christian Bros. Racing Zach Herfindahl. Photo by

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

Semi Pro 600

2. Cole Nymann

3. Nathan Moritz


Super Stock

1. Ryan Trout

3. Jon Koch


Expert 85

1. John Langaas

2. Ryan Trout

3. Austin Lunde


Expert 85 Improved

1. John Langaas

2. Austin Lunde

3. Nathan Sillerud


Masters 40 Plus

1. Jon Arneson

2. Jon Koch


Masters 50 Plus

2. Greg Herfindahl

3. Brian Brown


Sport 85

1. Ross Ilstrup

2. Brandon Wolter

3. Hunter Houle


Sport 600 Improved

2. Garth Reinking



1. Nathan Sillerud

2. Ross Ilstrup

3. Garet Grzadzielewski



1. Jesse Watland

2. Karl Mattison

3. Gary Tintes


Vintage Legends

1. Gerry Mattison

2. Gerry Tintes


Classic IFS

1. Tom Clement



1. Jolene Bute


Junior 10-13

1. Tyler Brown

2. David Brown


Junior 14-17

1. Hunter Houle

2. Matt Feil

3. Andy Junglen


Jr. Girls 14-17

1. Kelsey Pladson

3. Savannah Landrus


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


Pro Open #1

1. Tucker Hibbert

3. Cody Thomsen

4. Logan Christian

5. David Joanis


Pro Open #2

2. Logan Christian

3. Cody Thomsen

4. David Joanis

5. Tucker Hibbert


Pro AM Women

1. Marica Renheim


Sport #1

1. Tyler Adams

2. Travis Kern


Sport #2

1. Travis Kern


Amateur #1

2. Luke Hommerding


Amateur #2

3. Luke Hommerding


Junior 16-17

2. Trent Wittwer


Jr. Novice 10-13

1. Ryley Bester

2. Taylor Cole

3. Brendon Gouin


Transition 8-12

1. Brendon Gouin

2. Anson Scheele


120 Champ

2. Matt LaMourea

3. Kellen Chapuran





  1. What’s left to say about Cat racing this year? They had as strong of year as any and the next generation of talent is shaping up very well! I personally had a BLAST watching the races this year! Way to go TEAM GREEN!

  2. At this point, models are not icdinating any significant snow for the next week, possibly right through the end of the month. GFS hints at a possibility of some light snow for southern MB next Tuesday night into Wednesday, but then warms us right back up for the last few days of November. Of course, these are just model guesses right now.. we’ll have to see if they remain consistent over the next few days. But at this point, models aren’t suggesting a threat of any organized snow in the near future..

  3. I plugged in some nuerbms, and even if we have the warmest November on record (say, +1.5C), we’d end up tied with 1923 as the 3rd warmest fall on record with a mean of +7.5C. The warmest fall was 1963 with a mean of +8.6C, while 1931 came in second at 7.9C. Our cool October this year took us out of top spot honours.. but a top 5 finish out of 138 is pretty good! [url=]buxathxvhex[/url] [link=]uzczgnhlsk[/link]


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