Cross-Country Competition Excellent

Things are heating up in cross-country racing as the factories begin to take notice of the excellent competition that is developing under the aegis of the USCC racing group.

Yamaha joined the fray last season with a full-blown effort headed by cross-country stand-out Corey Davidson and there was serious competition from all brands last season with great racing at all levels.

2007 looks like another year of progress for this sometimes forgotten form of snowmobile racing as Yamaha posts $86,000 in contingency prize money for eligible racers competing in select United States Cross Country classes including $7,500 for a Pro Stock 600 1st place in the Red Lake 500 and $2,500 Pro Stock 600 Season Championship award plus prizes for wins in individual races.

Arctic Cat has always had a soft spot for cross-country and the company’s new contingency program reflects growing interest from Thief River, too, with a $5,000 cash prize for the Pro Stock Class win in the Red Lake I-500 and $1,000 for wins in Pro Stock at each event.

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