Corin Todd and Andrew Carlson Win the Weekend’s Pro Lite Finals
MEDINA, Minn. (Feb. 3, 2014) – Polaris snocross racer Kody Kamm (Hentges Racing) won his first Pro Open final of the season in ISOC National racing Friday night in Deadwood, S.D., and Kyle Pallin (Team LaVallee) finished second. In Pro Lite racing, Corin Todd (Leighton Motorsports) and Andrew Carlson (Carlson Motorsports) each won a final in a weekend of Polaris Terrain Domination®.
Kamm’s Pro Open win on Friday was his first finals victory of the season, and it kept him second in class points after eight rounds, while Pallin is third in the standings. In Pro Lite points, Carlson is in first place, Todd is in second, and Andrew Lieders (Team LaVallee), Zak Mason (Leighton Motorsports) and Trevor Leighton (Leighton Motorsports) are fourth, fifth and sixth, respectively.
Pro Open: Kamm Breaks Through to Win
Kody Kamm had run well all season and finally made it to the top of the podium with his victory in Friday night’s hotly contested final. Justin Broberg (Hentges Racing) took fourth, and Levi LaVallee (Team LaVallee), fresh from winning a gold medal at the X Games, finished 12th. Bobby LePage (Cottew Motorsports) was 13th Friday night and Jake Scott (Team LaVallee) was 14th.
Broberg repeated his fourth-place finish in Saturday’s Pro Open final, and he was joined in the top 10 by Pallin in sixth, LaVallee in eighth, and LePage in ninth.
After eight rounds of ISOC National racing, Kamm is second in Pro Open points and Pallin is third. Broberg is in fifth, Ross Martin (Judnick Motorsports) is ninth, LaVallee is 13th, Scott is 14th, LePage is 16th, and Iain Hayden (Rockstar Energy Polaris) is 17th.
Pro Lite: Polaris Racers Win Both Weekend Finals
Polaris Pro Lite racers earned four of six podium spots in the weekend’s two finals. Corin Todd won the Friday night final and Andrew Carlson was second, and in Saturday’s final, Carlson was the winner and James Johnstad (Judnick Motorsports) took third.
Trevor Leighton (Leighton Motorsports) finished seventh in the Friday night final, Andrew Lieders (Team LaVallee) was eighth, Zak Mason (Leighton Motorsports) was ninth, Johnstad was 13th, and Jordan Kraus (Relentless Racing) was 14th. In Saturday’s final, Todd finished fifth, Lieders was sixth, Kraus was seventh, Mason was ninth, and Leighton was 15th.
After eight rounds of ISOC National Pro Lite racing, Andrew Carlson leads with 311 points and Corin Todd is second with 278. Andrew Lieders is fourth, Zak Mason is fifth, Trevor Leighton is sixth, James Johnstad is ninth, Jordan Kraus is 14th, and Marcus Johansson (Carlson Motorsports) is 16th.
Polaris Racers Earn Four of Six Sport Podium Spots
Four different Polaris racers earned podium finishes in the weekend’s two Sport class finals. Ryan Springer (Carlson Motorsports) won the first Sport final while Cole Cottew (Cottew Motorsports) finished second. In the second Sport final, Durk Roper (Roper Racing) finished second and Braydon Love (444 Motorsports) was third.
Racers who had top-10 finishes in the first Sport final were: Roper in sixth, Love in seventh, and Evan Daudt (Daudt Racing) in ninth. In the second final, Daudt was fourth, Springer was fifth, and Dylan Jansen (Jansen Brothers Racing) was sixth. Polaris racers in the top 10 in Sport class points are: Springer in third, Luke Wollenberg (2 Three 7 Motorsports) in fourth, Love in sixth, Roper in seventh, and Daudt in ninth.
In other classes at Deadwood, Bruce Jesionowski (Snirt Racing) finished second in the Amateur race, and third in the Pro-Am +30 final. Justin Tate (2 Eight Motorsports) is third in Pro-Am +30 points, and Jesionowski is sixth.
In the Pro-Am Women’s final at Deadwood, Jakki Farmer (Farmer Racing/Fort Fremont Racing) finished third, Tabitha Bode (Team BSR) was fourth, Jennifer Martel was fifth, and Jessica Martel was sixth. Farmer is currently third in Pro-Am Women’s points, while Bode is fourth, Jennifer Martel is fifth, Jennifer Pare (Leighton Motorsports) is eighth, and Jessica Martel is 10th.
Mitchell Thelen (Thelen Racing) won the Junior 14-15 final and finished second in Junior 16-17.
The next ISOC National event will be held Feb. 7-8 in Salamanca, New York.
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