SHAKOPEE, MN (March 13, 2013) – This weekend the ISOC teams head to the Grand Geneva Resort & Spa in Lake Geneva, WI for the much anticipated season finale. Last year, Lake Geneva was a sweet spot for the Polaris factory team. Kody Kamm, riding the #553 locked up the Pro Lite Championship on Friday and then entered his first Pro Open race on Saturday. Kody shocked the field by taking the gold for Hentges Racing.
This time HR hopes to reclaim that success with another victory and podium appearances for both Kamm and teammate Justin Broberg. The sweeping track with lots of elevation changes and big air is a favorite amongst drivers and fans alike. With positions still on the table to be had, the Wisconsin stage is set for some thrilling snocross action. That action begins on Friday with first practice at 3:25 p.m. and the Final at 10:00 p.m. Saturday practice begins at 3:30 p.m. with the Final at 10:05 p.m.
There’s more snocross on Sunday as the riders take to the track for the RAM World Cup, starting at 10:10 a.m. Also, it’s your last time this season to meet Justin and Kody at the riders’ autograph session Saturday at 4:15 p.m.
Current Standings Pos. Pnts.
Kody Kamm 4 421
Justin Broberg 9 361
Kody Kamm #53 quote – “Obviously I’m looking forward to getting back to Lake Geneva. The track is just so awesome and so much fun. It will always be my favorite track since I won my Pro Lite Championship and my first Pro Open race here last year.”
Justin Broberg #169 quote – “I think everybody loves the Lake Geneva event. It’s a real “rider’s” track. It’s just so much fun to race on. The fans seem to really love it too since it’s so big and lots of air and action. My goal is to close out my first season at Hentges and on a Polaris Pirtek sled with a podium. That’s my goal, that’s what I’m focusing on.”
Nate Hentges, team owner quote – “Lake Geneva is always a favorite. It’s the finale, so everyone is going all out, but it’s really fun to ride and watch. It’s also very technically demanding to ride. This is the first time we’re racing at night here, so that should add some interesting elements to the competition. This event holds a special place in the Hentges Racing heart, as we have had a great deal of success here and we hope to close out the season again on a high note.”
Television coverage on CBS Sports Network – April 7th, 10:30 a.m. Round 15; April 14th, 10:30 a.m. Round 16
Fargo rebroadcast March 24th, 10:30 a.m. EST & March 31st, 10:30 a.m.. EST
Free live streaming @ www.ustream.tv/ISOC
Contact: Tara Ragan, ph: 704.299.3399 / em: email@example.com
About Hentges Racing
Hentges Racing was formed in 2000 in Minneapolis, Minnesota as a true family endeavor, fielding two entries for Hentges brothers Nate and Jonny. In what is a short time in motorsports, Hentges Racing has become the premier factory Polaris Snocross team with a tradition rich in championship-caliber results. Under the direction of team owner Nate Hentges and lauded Crew Chief Tim Bender, the 2012-2013 AMSOIL Snocross Pro Open season ushers in a new chapter of the HR success story with young guns #53 Kody Kamm and #168 Justin Broberg. Hentges Racing is based in Shakopee, MN.