Kamm Wins Pro Open!

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Hentges Racing returned to Duluth MN for an incredible weekend of snocross in front of record crowds and perfect racing weather at Spirit Mountain ski hill!

Hentges Racing unveiled a newly designed Polaris Axis race chassis that proved to be very tough to tame all weekend long.

Kody Kamm and Petter Narsa proved the training and conditioning in the off season is paying off. The newly paired teammates are working well together and becoming more comfortable on the new Polaris Axis snowmobiles every time they hit the track.

On Saturday, Kody ran flawless qualifying rounds to earn the #1 qualifier spot but made a mistake and jumped the gate for the final, “one of the bigger mistakes I’ve made in my career” says Kamm.  Lining up in the back row, Kody fought his way back up to a very respectable 3rd place podium finish.  New Hentges Racing rider Petter Narsa found his way to the final through an LCQ win and went on to a solid 9th place finish.

Back with some vengeance on Sunday, Kamm ripped the holeshot and ran out to an 8 second lead by pounding out flawless lap after flawless lap!   Kody quickly caught lap traffic which made him switch up lines but held off a hard charging Tucker Hibbert to capture his first Pro Open win of the season!  Narsa continued to stay steady through the weekend and gain confidence in his new Polaris Axis chassis and finished with his second top 10 of the weekend.

Kamm heads to the next round in Fargo on December 11-12 trailing reigning champ Tucker Hibbert by one point in the championship standings. Petter Narsa is currently 11th in a tight championship field and look to move up rapidly.

Thanks to all the sponsors and partners that makes this all possible: Polaris, FXR Racing, Pirtek Hoses & Assemblies, AMSOIL, Monster Energy, Ergodyne, S.M. Hentges & Sons Inc, Walker Evans, Woody’s, C&A Pro Skis, 139 Designs, EVS Sport, Royal Enterprises America, Apple Ford Shakopee, Starting Line Products, NGK Spark Plugs, Camso, Frogskins, Mobile Radio Engineering, Heel Clicker