Today, between 8 and 9 a.m. Team Scheuring (www.scheuring-speedsports.com/index.htm) will be pulling into the Klim Technical Riding Gear (www.klim.com) parking lot with its tractor trailer, crew and snowmobiles.
The primary purpose of the visit is to test and tune the race sleds at an elevation similar to that of Sandy, UT, where the team will be racing this weekend.
The team will be on hand to give interviews and sign autographs as well as meet and greet fans. The team will be racing across the field in an effort to get man and machine in prime condition to compete this weekend in the Prianha-X Western Nationals at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy (http://www.isocracing.com/RioTintoStadium.aspx).
Thursday's event should last into the early afternoon.
Team Scheuring is sponsored in part by Klim, which is headquartered in Rigby, ID. Klim supplies all of the riding gear the team uses to compete.
Scheuring is unique in that it is the first truly independent racing team in the sport of snocross. Key sponsors include Ski-Doo, Amsoil Synthetic Lubricants, The U.S. Air Force, Makita Industrial Tools, ROCKSTAR Energy Drink, Klim and Jeff Foster Trucking.
Team Scheuring races the ISOC (International Series of Champions) national snocross series. Team Scheuring is one of the top five teams always fighting for the podium and Robbie Malinowski is one of the best snocross racers in the series in any class.
Team Scheuring recently signed Willie Elam, an Idaho native.