Kislowski Racing preps for 2016 ECS season
Seven-rider Arctic Cat team gets ready for Battle
GLENVILLE, NY (Nov. 21, 2015) — With the national snocross opener now days away, another of the northeast's premiere race teams is busy preparing for a seven-rider assault on tracks here in the northeast.
Kislowski Racing, based in Glenville, New York, has assembled a group of seven experienced and talented athletes to compete for class championships on the East Coast Snocross (ECS) series.
Register Now for 2015-16 ISR Competition License
2015 - 2016 Snowmobile Racing Competition Licenses are now available on-line for registration. All Snowmobile racers competing in ISR sanctioned events must have a competition license for event eligibility.
Each License includes a $50,000 Excess Participant Accident policy for coverage at ISR sanctioned events. You only need one annual license which is valid at all ISR sanctioned series and events.
Crews are highly encouraged to hold a Crew license which is available for just $99.00 for an annual license good at all ISR sanctioned events.
Cards are now mailing upon completion of your application:
ECS Announces New Sunoco Sunday Holeshot Award
CLARKSBURG, Mass. (Nov. 13, 2015) — Officials at ECS have announced a new cash award bonus program for 2016. This program is created to make it a little easier for teams to compete throughout the season.
The Sunoco Sunday Holeshot award will boost the purse across 4classes at all ECS points-paying events. The award will go to the first rider to reach a designated spot before Turn 1 in each class. This exciting program was made possible thanks to longtime series partner John Holland at New England Racing Fuel in Burlington, Connecticut.
Snow Bike Class New for 2016
CLARKSBURG, Mass. (Nov. 7, 2015) - Officials at East Coast Snocross (ECS) are pleased to announce the addition of a new class for Snow Bikes for all 2016 points events.
Snow Bike racing is growing in popularity in many different parts of the snowbelt. In fact, longtime snowmobile manufacturer and racing supporter Polaris owns the Timbersled brand of bike and will offer a new contingency program this season paying $100 to the Final round winner in every ECS Snow Bike event.
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