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Team UXC Racing Puts Scrambler on Top of the Podium Again

Apr 30, 2015 - 7:02 PM - by Ran
Minneapolis, April 30, 2015- Team UXC Racing would head to Springville, Ind. for GNCC Racing’s Round 5, the Limestone 100 this past weekend and leave with two wins for the Scrambler 850.

It would be Michael Swift’s day taking the 4x4 Pro Class and morning overall on his Scrambler 850. Off the start, Team UXC teammates Kevin Trantham and Swift quickly worked their way to the front of the class just in what was set to be a wet and slick day of racing. Swift took the lead around the 4 mile marker on lap one with Trantham close behind. On the start of lap two, Swift managed to create a small gap between him and his class which he was able to build on each lap. Despite the rain which made the course more difficult, Swift was able to hold his lead all the way to the checkered flag with 1 minute and 40 seconds to spare. The win would be Swift’s first of the season and moved him into third place in the class standings for the year, with Trantham, who finished fifth, sitting in second.

Off a third place finish last race, Team UXC Racing’s 4x4 Senior Racer Don Higbee would also take the win on his Scrambler 850 for his first win of the season. Higbee sits in third for the season in the class.

The next GNCC race is the Tomahawk, in Odessa, NY, May 9-10, and the next UTV and Single Seat Race will be the Mountaineer, at Marvin’s Mountain Top, in Masontown, West Virginia, May 23-24.

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RZRs Take Big Wins in Baja 500 and WORCS

Apr 27, 2015 - 2:30 PM - by Ran
Minneapolis, April 27, 2015-This past weekend would have the Polaris Factory Racing Teams racing in Mexico at the Baja Sur 500 and at WORCS Round 5, in Hurricane, Utah.

SCORE International’s Inaugural Baja Sur 500 is the second race of the 2015 SCORE racing season and was a point-to-point race from Cabo San Lucas to Loreto. Out of the nine finishers, seven would be RZRs, including the winner, Jagged X’s No. 1932 RZR XP 1000 with drivers Brandon Schueler and Scott Kiger, with navigators Chad Hemmer and Justin Kerr.

Twelve UTVs would take off from Cabo San Lucas on a 424-mile race to Loreto. The Jagged X No. 1932 would start at the back of the pack. Schueler and Hemmer would start the race and it was planned that Kiger and Kerr would take over at Pit 3 to run to the finish. By Pit 3, the car was on a very fast part of the course and the chase truck was crawling down a dirt road so the car missed the pit and there was nowhere to access the race course for another 60 miles. Schueler knew he’d run out of gas before that but luckily found some helpful locals who gave him enough gas for him to get to a spot where it could be filled completely and Kiger and Kerr could get in.

Kiger and Kerr would run the No. 1932 for the first time in the dark but that would not stop them from going all in. When the crossed the line, the team was certain they had a solid second-place finish, but after all the penalties were accessed and the tracker was reviewed, Jagged X was proclaimed the winner. Johnny Angal with Eric Ringler and Branden Sims with Craig Hamer, would end up finishing third in the Baja 1000-winning, No. 1921 UTV Inc. RZR XP 4 1000.

Round 5 of the WORCS Racing Series would be at Sand Hollow, in Hurricane, UT. The course is 13 miles of sand dunes and rocky hills giving racers a wide variety of terrain that is both technical and challenging. Polaris Factory Racers would make a clean sweep of the SxS Pro Podium with Ryan Piplic taking the win, Beau Baron taking second and Mitch Guthrie Jr. taking third. The top seven spots would go to RZRs. Piplic would also win the SxS Unlimited class with Guthrie Jr. taking second.

With five rounds in, Polaris Factory Racers are holding the top five positions in the SxS Pro Class with Ryan Piplic leading the class in points, Guthrie Jr. in second, Beau Baron in fourth and RJ Anderson in fifth. Guthrie Jr. also is leading the points in the SxS Unlimited class for the season.

The WORCS Single Seat Class would see three racers line up for the win. Jacob Shaw would take his third straight win in his Polaris ACE with Brian Haag taking second and Ronnie... [Read More]
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Polaris Acquires Timbersled

Apr 22, 2015 - 8:31 PM - by Ran
Complements Polaris’ Snowmobile business via innovative product aimed at growth market
MINNEAPOLIS (April 22, 2015) — Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII) today announced the acquisition of Timbersled Products, Inc. a privately held Sandpoint, Idaho-based company that is an innovator and market leader in the burgeoning snow bike industry. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

“We are excited to add the Timbersled brand and team to Polaris’ strong snowmobile business. Timbersled has created a compelling product and revolutionized the sport of snow biking, and we are excited to see what they can accomplish with access to Polaris’ considerable engineering, manufacturing and distribution capabilities,” said Scott Wine, Polaris Chairman & CEO. “Their Mountain Horse is the unequivocal choice of snow bike enthusiasts, emphasizing Timbersled’s relentless commitment to innovation, performance and quality. Our common culture and shared passion for the Powersports industry and consumer will create an exciting platform for continued innovation and accelerated growth.”

Timbersled will continue to operate as a distinct brand and the operations will remain near Sandpoint, Idaho.

“Timbersled is excited to be a part of the Polaris family. Our shared commitment to delivering exceptional performance to riders and history of innovation make this a great fit,” said Allen Mangum, President, Timbersled. “Timbersled’s success is built on a passion for delivering exciting products. We look forward to working with Polaris to take our product, customer relationships and the sport to the next level.”

Photos of select Timbersled products and a slide summarizing Timbersled’s business and its fit with Polaris are available here: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20150422006636/en/Polaris-Acquires-Timbersled#.VTgMatJVhBc
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