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Officials announce 2014-15 event schedule for East Coast Snocross,
Presented by AMSOIL, Woody’s Traction and FXR

FREMONT, New Hampshire (Oct. 11, 2014) – Officials at East Coast Snocross (ECS) have announced a nine-race event schedule for the 2014-2015 season. The new schedule was announced today at the New Hampshire Snowmobile Association’s annual Grass Drags & Water Cross at Peterson’s Brookvale Farm.

The schedule will take the series and its teams from New England north to Quebec, and on to the western-most reaches of New York. Highlights include a companion event with International Series of Champions’ (ISOC) AMSOIL Championship Snocross Series; a long-awaited return to Maine; and a return to the prestigious Ski-doo Grand Prix de Valcourt, in Valcourt, Quebec.

ECS will also sanction between one and three Hillcross events this season, beginning with a debut at the Granite Gorge ski area, on Dec. 6-7, 2014, just outside the city of Keene, New Hampshire. A second Hillcross event is tentatively scheduled for Dec. 20-21, with a third possible on April 4-5, 2015.
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Pontus EngstromGLENVILLE, New York (Oct. 6, 2014) — With the national snocross opener now less than two
months away, another of the northeast’s premiere race teams is busy preparing for a five-rider assault
on tracks throughout the snowbelt.

All Seasons Arctic Cat Racing, based in Glenville, New York, has assembled a group of five
experienced and talented athletes to compete for class championships on the East Coast Snocross
(ECS) series. The team will also run in three national events on the International Series of Champions’
(ISOC) AMSOIL Championship Series.

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Highlights from our Cardboard Box Race held Saturday, March 15, 2014 as part of our Spring Fling Weekend. Competitors engineered racing machines from just cardboard, duct tape, paint and zip ties. Prizes were awarded for both the race champion and the most creative sled.

Incredible conditions under sunny skies and temps warming into the 30’s. This would be an ideal day in January never mind March! We are still edge-to-egde on all open terrain with base depths of over 3 feet… plus a little freshies are on the way tomorrow! Come hit the slopes and enjoy the best late season skiing and riding ever!

Buying your winter season pass before summer is just as bad as buying fishing equipment before winter! The wait is painful & drawn out, but first tracks on Opening Day with friends you haven’t seen all summer should alleviate any remorse…and of course the $200+ you saved buying early.

Lemieux sweeps Pro finals at Titus Mountain for East Coast Snocross,
Presented by AMSOIL and Woody’s Traction
Poirier, Hunter Patenaude earn 2014 class titles

MALONE, N.Y. (Mar. 26, 2014) – Vermont veteran Lincoln Lemieux made a triumphant return to northeastern regional competition last weekend, sweeping the Pro Open finals as East Coast Snocross (ECS) completed its 2014 season finale at the Titus Mountain Family Ski Center.

The series finale was run on Friday night and Saturday, with the year-end awards banquet held following the last race on Saturday. While Lemieux was setting the pace in Pro action, it was Quebec native Danny Poirier (Ingles Performance/Ski-doo) celebrating his fourth championship at day’s end.

Poirier claimed five final round wins during the season and was never far from the podium. At 34, he still has the speed, agility and determination to outgun the competition. After riding a Polaris the past few years, Poirier returned to Ski-doo last winter and hooked up with the powerhouse Ingles squad. The result was a reinvigorated former champion with his eyes set squarely on the top prize.
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Ingles Performance riders cap stellar season on the podium in Malone

MALONE, N.Y. (Mar. 25, 2014) – In one of the most dominant overall team performances witnessed in nearly a decade, the snowmobile snocross athletes of Ingles Performance/Ski-doo landed on the podium again last weekend at the 2014 East Coast Snocross (ECS) season finale.

The event was held on Friday night and Saturday at the beautiful Titus Mountain Family Ski Center. This was the tenth round of what has been a grueling, yet very rewarding winter for everyone involved with the veteran snocross squad based in Phoenix, New York.
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