These professional snowmobiler's compete in a variety of towns across the snowy regions of the country.
If you are a "winter" person, love winter or like the thrill of racing--these professional snowmobile racers give spectators the thrill of championship Snocross Racing.

The next stop on the world's premier professional snowmobile racing circuit is Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel for two days and two nights Feb. 7 and 8. It is the running of the Seneca Allegany Casino Air Force Snocross.  

This unique setting is some of the tightest racing quarters of the eight round season. Fans pack the stands to witness the grueling gladiatorial-like battle of man and snow machine. You will probably find yourself on your feet during most of the event.

According to the ACS President and Race Director Carl Schubitzke, it is one of the two stops that is much like NASCAR bullring-style racing. At this stop it is bar-to-bar racing action, bumping and banging--it is rough on the racers and very thrilling for the fans. This particular track provides amazing action. There is not a seat in the house, so to speak, that you can't see all the action taking place on the entire track.

It is a family event for spectators and participants. The races stem from the kids and top area amateur snowmobile racers to women and the pros. They rush around the track, over jumps and send the 400 pound sleds over 100 feet in the air. It is a racing event with high speeds and shoulder to shoulder racing.

Here is an opportunity for you to join the many fans that travel from all over the region to take in the action. There are also other opportunities for you to follow the races in other locations.
After the race days at Seneca, racers will  finish the season at Mr. Pleasant, Michigan Feb. 21-22, Fargo, North Dakota March 7-8 and Lake Geneva, Wisconsin March 14-16.
 
 Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel is located in Salamanca, N.Y. For more information, to purchase tickets or make reservations visit /www.senecaalleganycasino.com.
 
 The International Series of Champions (ISOC) is the premier snowmobile race sanctioning organization in North America and sanctions national AMSOIL Championship Snocross, in addition to affiliating with nine regional circuits. Visit www.isocracing.com for more information, fan and racer memberships, schedule details and more.

Refer to this blog post for more information on the area and Seneca Allegany Resort http://writetravels.blogspot.com/2013/10/take-in-color.html
 
CBS Sports Network will air 16 half-hour programs of the ACS races.
Photos courtesy of Lissa Marsolek/ISOC

These professional snowmobiler's compete in a variety of towns across the snowy regions of the country.
If you are a "winter" person, love winter or like the thrill of racing--these professional snowmobile racers give spectators the thrill of championship Snocross Racing.

The next stop on the world's premier professional snowmobile racing circuit is Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel for two days and two nights Feb. 7 and 8. It is the running of the Seneca Allegany Casino Air Force Snocross.  

This unique setting is some of the tightest racing quarters of the eight round season. Fans pack the stands to witness the grueling gladiatorial-like battle of man and snow machine. You will probably find yourself on your feet during most of the event.

According to the ACS President and Race Director Carl Schubitzke, it is one of the two stops that is much like NASCAR bullring-style racing. At this stop it is bar-to-bar racing action, bumping and banging--it is rough on the racers and very thrilling for the fans. This particular track provides amazing action. There is not a seat in the house, so to speak, that you can't see all the action taking place on the entire track.

It is a family event for spectators and participants. The races stem from the kids and top area amateur snowmobile racers to women and the pros. They rush around the track, over jumps and send the 400 pound sleds over 100 feet in the air. It is a racing event with high speeds and shoulder to shoulder racing.

Here is an opportunity for you to join the many fans that travel from all over the region to take in the action. There are also other opportunities for you to follow the races in other locations.
After the race days at Seneca, racers will  finish the season at Mr. Pleasant, Michigan Feb. 21-22, Fargo, North Dakota March 7-8 and Lake Geneva, Wisconsin March 14-16.
 
 Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel is located in Salamanca, N.Y. For more information, to purchase tickets or make reservations visit /www.senecaalleganycasino.com.
 
 The International Series of Champions (ISOC) is the premier snowmobile race sanctioning organization in North America and sanctions national AMSOIL Championship Snocross, in addition to affiliating with nine regional circuits. Visit www.isocracing.com for more information, fan and racer memberships, schedule details and more.

Refer to this blog post for more information on the area and Seneca Allegany Resort http://writetravels.blogspot.com/2013/10/take-in-color.html
 
CBS Sports Network will air 16 half-hour programs of the ACS races.
Photos courtesy of Lissa Marsolek/ISOC