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ECS Snocross News: Plattsburgh, NY Event Preview. Season opener in Plattsburgh next up for East Coast Snocross, Presented by AMSOIL, Woody's.


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of epic proportions swept through, putting the kibosh on this weekend's 28th annual Amsoil Duluth National Snocross at Spirit Mountain.


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Snocross: Ishoel proves unflappable in winning Amsoil Dominator Ishoel with Boss Racing competes in the Amsoil Eliminator races Friday during the Duluth National Snocross at Spirit Mountain. Duluth News Tribune.


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Snocross: Ishoel proves unflappable in winning Amsoil Dominator Ishoel with Boss Racing competes in the Amsoil Eliminator races Friday during the Duluth National Snocross at Spirit Mountain. Duluth News Tribune.


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The AMSOIL Championship Snocross season will be memorable. A blizzard postponed racing in Duluth to open the season. The Coronavirus ended​.


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Tonight's episode of the Snocross Podcast Presented by AMSOIL is a special one, as we talk to two time reigning Pro champion, Elias Ishoel. Elias talks about​.


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Woodies Racing riders and mechanics have a couple of weeks to train and test before the national series heads east to Salamanca, New York. After qualifying with in Pro Am Women, she found herself in a familiar battle in the final. This night, Her teal Skis locked up with another rider, sending them both off. He passed his way up to second. His five podiums included one win. The of Theo Poirier ran a strong first qualifier, finishing 3rd. Two wins in qualifying started round 10 for Kaden Woodie. Kaden Woodie carried his early-season momentum into round 5 with a second and first-place in his opening heats. The team will host a public meet and greet on March 11th at the Sunoco Gas Station in Cannonsburg starting at 5 pm. The final was no exception. He won his second qualifier. Another night of battles waited for the young pro racer.

A blizzard postponed racing in Duluth to open the season. Poirier finished 5th and 2nd in round 1 snocross news 2 of qualifying. Taven took an early lead before a slight bobble in the rhythm section. Taven held off snocross news points leader for a while, but the veteran passed her in the late stages of the race.

In the first lap of the final, Kaden slotted in the first half of the pack. Woodie came out first. The year-old finished 10th in Pro Lite snocross news.

He just missed making the final with a 6th in LCQ. Out of the gate in the final, Kaden fought for 3rd.

He lit the lamps at the finish line to take the Sport win. As he challenged for the second position, Poirier had a suspension issue causing him to wreck. A couple of laps later, Woodie was hit from the side by another rider, throwing him off. A massive crowd packed the hillside at the Seneca Allegany Resort to watch snocross racers take on challenging technical track in Salamanca, New York. Woodie qualified for every Sport class final. As the race wore on, he fought back and forth to finish just off the podium in 4th. Theo Poirier qualified for the front row of the Pro-Lite final. She brought the heat in the final as well. It was amazing he finished so well with the damage sustained early on. Canadian Theo Poirier is settling in as a contender in Pro Lite. As always, the ISOC crew put on an amazing event with a beautiful race track. She charged hard in round two for a win. He made some nice passes to land 2nd in the second round. He rode smoothly through the rough track to earn a spot on the podium in third. She rolled through the whoops smoothly to a second-place finish. The scrappy young rider fought to pass several others on her way to a second-place finish. At only 16 years old, she finished with nine podiums in 12 rounds of racing. Taven finished 13th. Happy New Year Race Fans! Following that up with a second-place finish in round 2. Warm temps met fans and riders on a beautiful day for racing. Motivation from round 9 drove Taven Woodie. Kaden was starting to hit his stride as the season abruptly ended last week. The snow picked up during the final. Despite the madness, All three Woodies Racing riders finished in the top ten of their respective classes, including a points championship for Taven Woodie. The rookie from Canada was a welcome addition to the Woodies Racing roster. He charged from 6th place up to third halfway through the 14 laps. Woodies Racing had a good weekend despite lots of sled damage. His ride in the final was impressive. Taven capped it all off with a podium Saturday night. Another rider crashed into the back of Kaden, damaging his tunnel. Theo brought a tremendous work ethic to the trailer throughout the season. The unfortunate wreck placed him 13th. From the back row, Poirier avoided mass carnage throughout the final to a well deserved 4th place. We want to thank your supporters for all they do. Earlier that night, Taven was atop her Rock River Powersports Yeti Equipmmed snowbike to earn the second step on the podium in the amateur class. After finishing last in his first heat race, he snagged 3rd in the second heat and second in the LCQ. His podium Saturday night capped off a great weekend for Woodies Racing. Mass chaos in the first lap pinned Theo down. The Coronavirus ended it early in Michigan. Sport class racing lived up to its reputation on a sunny and warm Saturday afternoon. Working from there, Poirier passed through the field to cross the finish line in an impressive 6th position. Taven Woodie had a great run in amateur snowbike. Despite the setback, Kaden got back up and finished 13th. Pro Lite was also chaotic. The perfect weather brought three rounds of thrills and spills in front of large crowds. He rode hard fighting heavy wet roost the rest of the race to finish 9th. He finished 15th. Kaden had a fire in his eyes as he won his second qualifier. Taven Woodie was motivated by a 3rd place round one finish. With a big gash in her backside, Taven Woodie powered through the pain to land in third place. Theo will return to Quebec where he is studying to become a mechanical engineer. Pro Lite Canadian Theo Poirier finished in the 3rd and 2nd positions in qualifying. He felt great headed into the final. On the last lap, Kaden was pitched off his sled with no time to recover. During that time, he will keep his body and mind sharp in preparation for Duluth Woodies Racing would like to thank staff, fans, and sponsors for a wonderful, memorable snocross season. Snow fell as Kaden Woodie kicked off the second weekend in a row of racing. In front of a packed grandstand, He weaved his way to a podium position. Rounds 11 and 12 will be held on February 21 and 22nd at the Seneca Allegany Resort. Kaden Woodie shook off a 5th place finish in Sport R-1 to win his second round of qualifying. Poirier was also motivated to get back into the Pro Lite final after missing it the night before. Before jumping on the sled, Woodie grabbed a second-place finish in the amateur snowbike class. Putting the memories aside, this family watched from the wooden grandstands as Kaden finished P3 and P4 in qualifying. Sport rider Kaden Woodie returned to Deadwood for the second time since his near-death accident two seasons ago. He showed veteran patience in the first two laps of the Pro Lite final. The track was the big winner of round Soft wet snow, coupled with a difficult rhythm section gave all three Woodies Racing riders trouble. This time, she roared to the lead in the second lap. Woodie piloted his smooth running Arctic Cat to a second-place finish in the Sport class. Her grit was impressive. He finished Third in the Sport class points battle, just 6 points behind 2nd place. Kaden Woodie went 2, 2 in the heat races. The damage made it very hard for Woodie to continue. After going 6th and 2nd in qualifying, Poirier was hungry for more. She was the only female competitor. In Pro Women, Taven won her first qualifier. Even more impressive, she earned the overall points championship in the amateur snowbike class.