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Polaris snocross racers won all three of the Pro class points titles this past season on the 2006-2007 WPSA PowerSports Snowmobile Tour. Polaris racer...

Polaris snocross racers won all three of the Pro class points titles this past season on the 2006-2007 WPSA PowerSports Snowmobile Tour.
Polaris racer Ross Martin (Judnick Motorsports) won the WPSA’s Pro Open points title and TJ Gulla (Hentges Racing) won the Pro Stock points title. In the Pro Women’s class, Kylie Abrahamson ran strong in the season finale at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, on the weekend of March 16-18, to win the season points crown, giving Polaris all three WPSA Pro points titles for the season.
“We had a good weekend in Lake Geneva and clinched three important Pro titles,” said Polaris Racing Manager Tom Rager, Sr. “The guys in Roseau gave us more than a great race sled, the Polaris IQ racer is a tremendous snowmobile, and we used it to our advantage all season.”
Rager said it was unfortunate that Polaris racer Brett Bender (Hentges Racing) got edged out in the Semi-Pro Open class points race, as Bender (Hentges Racing) fell one point short of the Semi-Pro Open points title.

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