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Coastal Racing’s John Henry Takes First XC2 Win of the Season

Apr 15, 2015 - 3:54 AM - by Ran
Team UXC Racing Goes One, Two in Single Seat Class


Minneapolis, April 14, 2015- Round Four of the GNCC racing series would have the Polaris Factory Racing Teams travel to Union, SC for The Big Buck where there would be ATV, Side-by-Side and Single-Seat Racing.

Coastal Racing’s XC2 Racer John Henry would come into Big Buck looking for redemption after a tough ride at the first round in Georgia. The finish in Georgia didn’t gave him a tenth-row starting position but he was able to grab the hole shot off the line for his row to give him clear sailing into the woods. The Big Buck course is very tight and fast with very few passing lanes so Henry would have to be very strategic throughout the race to gain ground. His RZR S 900 handled the rough track very well and, on adjusted time, took the win with teammate Sean Bogdan taking second in his RZR.

Team UXC Racing would come into the race off a win at Steele Creek in the 4x4 Pro. Unfortunately, some unlucky circumstances would have Michael Swift and Kevin Trantham finish off the podium but their 4x4 Senior Racer Don Higbee would take third on his Scrambler 850 EPS.

The Single Seat Class would see seven Polaris ACEs enter for the second race of the year. Team UXC Racers Marc Spataro and Josh Copleland would finish one, two in their ROX/Team UXC Racing ACEs. Third would go to Doug Fortner who took second in the first Single Seat Race at The General.

The next GNCC race is the Limestone 100, in Springville, Ind., April 25-26, and the next UTV and Single Seat Race will be the Mountaineer, at Marvin’s Mountain Top, in Masontown, West Virginia.

John Henry is sponsored by Coastal Racing, Polaris, Racertech, OMF Wheels, CST Tires, Walker Evans Racing, SSI Decals and Tireballs.

Team UXC Racing is sponsored by Polaris~ Driven Powersports ~ Maxxis Tires ~ Fly Racing~ Axis ~ SSI Decals ~ Evans Coolant ~ ROX Speed FX ~ Dirtworks ~ Cool-It Thermo Tech ~ Leatt ~ Ricochet Off Road ~ DP Brakes ~ Spider ~ Moto Pro Training ~ Scott Goggles ~ FASST ~ K&N Kilters ~ America’s Motorsports ~ Tire Balls ~ Rigid Industries ~ Holz Racing Products ~ Night Krawlers Kustoms ~ Teixeira Tech ~ Quad Tech ~ Alco Cleaners ~ Polaris Power Generators ~ OMF Wheels ~ STM Clutching ~ All Balls Racing ~ Muzzy Performance Exhaust ~ Polaris Engineered Lubricants ~ RCV Perfor-mance ~ Airdam Clutching ~ Santor Design Company ~... [Read More]
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NAM and Polaris Industries Honor Senator Thune for Supporting Manufacturing

Apr 14, 2015 - 5:50 AM - by Ran
MINNEAPOLIS (April 13, 2015) – The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) awarded Senator John Thune (R-SD) the NAM Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence at an event hosted by NAM member Polaris Industries in Vermillion, South Dakota.

“We are lucky to have Senator John Thune in our corner, advocating policies that will allow us to grow, create jobs and compete globally.” said Paul Vitrano, VP Global Government Relations at Polaris.

“I’m honored to receive this award on behalf of all the hard-working manufacturers in South Dakota and throughout the country who help create jobs and strengthen the U.S. economy,” said Thune. “While manufacturers are at the forefront of economic growth in America, I think they could be even more competitive if Congress passed pro-growth, comprehensive tax reform. Congress could also take steps to open new markets to U.S. products by enacting bipartisan Trade Promotion Authority. I look forward to working on these issues, and more, during the 114th Congress.”

“Manufacturing in South Dakota and across the country is making a comeback,” said NAM President and CEO Jay Timmons. “Manufacturers are growing the economy and creating high-paying jobs in a sector that adds $1.32 to the economy for every $1 spent. Senator Thune understands that leaders in Washington must advance policies that will continue to fuel this economic growth and has consistently supported manufacturers through his votes in Congress.”

Key Votes included in the Voting Record are selected by small, medium and large manufacturing executives who serve on the NAM’s Key Vote Advisory Committee. Additional information on the NAM Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence can be found here.

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Polaris Introduces Sportsman and Outlaw 110 EFI Youth Models

Apr 07, 2015 - 1:17 PM - by Ran
Minneapolis, April 7, 2015- Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII), the leading manufacturer of off-road vehicles (ORVs), today introduced the Sportsman 110 EFI and Outlaw 110 EFI youth models as part of the company’s continuing innovation of its off-road product offerings. The new models are the first youth ATVs to offer EFI and will be available in dealerships in May.

The Sportsman and Outlaw 110 EFI youth models will replace the current Sportsman and Outlaw 90 models and include an upgraded 110cc engine for improved off-road performance and Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) for easier cold starting, reduced maintenance and improved run and idle quality. Both models will be classified as Y-10+ for riders 10 years old and older with adult supervision. The vehicles’ speed is limited to less than 15 mph/24.1 kph as delivered, and the speed control system allows adults to increase the speed to a maximum of up to 29 mph/47 kph. The Sportsman 110 EFI will be available in Sage Green while the Outlaw 110 EFI in Voodoo Blue and Pink.

Polaris is the industry leader in youth off-road vehicles and leads the way in promoting youth rider safety. The Sportsman and Outlaw 110 EFI will continue to offer a wide variety of safety features such as an adjustable throttle limiter to enable adults to set a maximum speed control limit, daytime running lights to increase daytime visibility, full floorboards and heat shields. Other vehicle features include an electric start, automatic transmission, 4-stroke engine, and long travel suspension. Similar to all other Polaris youth models purchased from an authorized dealer, the Sportsman and Outlaw 110 EFI also come with a high visibility whip flag and safety video. All Polaris youth vehicles also come with a DOT-approved helmet (two for the RZR 170 EFI) to help teach kids the importance of wearing the proper safety gear.

Along with the Sportsman and Outlaw 110 EFI, Polaris will continue to offer the Outlaw 50, classified as Y-6+, for riders 6 years old and older; the entry-level Phoenix 200, classified as T, for for riders 14 and older; and the RZR 170 EFI side-by-side for riders 10 years old and older.

Polaris Youth model ORVs lead the way with safety features which make them one of the best-selling youth lines available. Adult supervision is required for all riders under 16. Polaris strongly encourages anyone operating an ORV to take appropriate training. In the United States, the ATV Safety Institute’s RiderCourse training is available through the SVIA, at ATVsafety.org or 800-887-2887. The ROV E-Course and hands-on DriversCourse (for SxS vehicles like the RZR 170) are available through ROHVA, at ... [Read More]
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