Monthly Archives: June 2005

INERESTING NEW RACE CLASSES

Two new race classes have popped up that really got my attention. The first is an ‘Indy 340’ class at Wolf Lake for 2006. This class will run any of the early Indy’s (up to 1992) with stock suspensions, motors, … Continue reading

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OUR NEW PATRON SAINT!

The votes are in sweet little Danica Patrick is our new Patron Saint of Vintage Snowmobiles. Her father is T.J. Patrick, who campaigned for many years on the SnoPro circuit. That’s a big point in her favor. Her mother has … Continue reading

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UBER TREASURE UPDATE

In trying to identify the original driver of a 78 440X Polaris RXL, I told the story of Todd Elmer smashing one of Steve Thorsen’s 78 RXL 440’s in West Yellowstone in 1978. Here’s some more photos of that accident, … Continue reading

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THE VSCA IS BACK IN A BIG WAY!

IT’S BACK BABY! THE NEW VSCA! I snagged an issue of the new VSCA magazine this past weekend in St. Germain. I really didn’t get a chance to read through it until last night – and all I can say … Continue reading

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EDGAR HETTEN RETIRES

I didn’t think they guy would ever stop, but Edgar Hetten, cofounder of Polaris and founder of Arctic cat and several other companies announced his retirement via a press release today. Edgar is 84-year-old and has retired from his position … Continue reading

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