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ISOC Western National

Big Name Pros Come West

Published in the October 2010 Issue Published online: Oct 16, 2010 Sledheads
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"Christian Brothers Racing's Zach Pattyn (99) stays above Dan Ebert's roost coming out of a corner. Pattyn couldn't get around Ebert in either Pro final. Pattyn finished 9th in Pro Open and 4th in Pro Super Stock. Ebert held onto 6th in Pro Open and podiumed with a 3rd in Pro Super Stock.
"The race teams were packed in tight at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, UT.
"Ross Martin is always a consistent finisher. It was no different for No. 837 in Utah, as the Judnick Motorsports rider took 5th in Pro Super Stock and 2nd in Pro Open.
"The Slednecks Invasion Tour held a freestyle demo during intermission at the Sandy, UT, ISOC event.
"Christian Brothers Racing's Robbie Malinoski had a top 10 finish in Pro Super Stock, and took 3rd in Pro Open.
"The pressure is always on Tucker Hibbert. This round, the Monster Energy/Arctic Cat racer finished 7th in Pro Open, but won Pro Super Stock.
"Corey Davis was on a mission in Pro Open. The Christian Brothers Racing driver took 4th in the final.
"Kyle Pallin won his heat race leading into the Semi Pro Super Stock No. 1 Final. He finished 2nd in the final.
"Tucker and a crowd of pro drivers get a taste of the brutal, physically demanding work of being a spectator.
"Garth Kaufman is the quintessential working man's racer. No. 48 rode to a 5th place finish in Pro Open and a 7th in Pro Super Stock.
"No one had a better weekend than Warnert Racing's Tim Tremblay. The Ski-Doo racer from Ste Jeanne D'Arc, Quebec, finished second to Hibbert in Pro Super Stock, but got his redemption with a win in Pro Open.
"Ross Martin chases Tucker Hibbert in circles through Rio Tinto Stadium.
"Tim Tremblay enjoying the buttersmooth trail ride that is pro snocross. Maybe butter-smooth is the wrong analogy.
"Zach Pattyn rockets to two top-10 finishes for the weekend.

The stars of the national snocross tour returned to racing in a western state when the ISOC Amsoil Championship Snocross Series stopped at Sandy, Utah, in January. SledHeads helped sponsor the event, which was held in Rio Tinto Stadium. David Peterson and Lane Lindstrom were on the grounds with cameras covering the event. Here's some of the action they caught.

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