Wear Rod Clarification Change in Rule Book

usxclogonewswebWear Rod Clarification Change in Rule Book

For clarification of carbides on wear rods for all machines, the following statement has been added to page 12 under "5. Ski and Ski Runner" in the USXC Racing Rule Book: "The carbide on wear rods cannot be more than 10" in length and no sharper than (not less than) 60 degrees."
You can find the updated Rule Book on our website here: Rule Book.

BONUS POINTS FOR JOINING MN USA

mnusalogoBONUS POINTS FOR JOINING MN USA

Throughout the season, USXC Racing utilizes hundreds of miles of trails throughout the state of Minnesota, that are maintained and managed by the Minnesota United Snowmobilers Association and its members.

This season, USXC Racing would like to encourage ALL racers to join MN USA and as a result, you will receive 10 BONUS POINTS added to your primary class season points.

To receive the bonus points, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. a copy of your MN USA confirmation email for the upcoming season and/or membership card. Please put in the subject line: MN USA BONUS POINTS. *Proof of Membership must be received prior to February 8, 2019. No exceptions.

https://www.mnsnowmobiler.org/get-involved/mnusa/join-mnusa

USXC Racing thanks you for your continued support with MN USA and its partners.

Thank you,
Brian Nelson

2019 ISR COMPETITION LICENSES AVAILABLE

ISRLogo140x782019 ISR Competition Licenses Available

2019 Competition Licenses NOW AVAILABLE
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2019 Competition Licenses required for all ISR sanctioned events are now available on-line for registration by drivers and crews.

All drivers MUST BE pre-registered prior to any competition laps in an ISR affiliated event. Annual Competition Hard Cards will be mailed directly to you once you have completed your on-line registration.

NOTICE: Annual Hard Cards are no longer available for registration at the event. Additionally, all registrations, including single event passes, are NOW REQUIRED to be completed on-line prior to the start of competition. This change was mandated by the insurance partner to assure all riders are in the database of eligible drivers prior to the start of any competition.

Only 45 days until our season opener!

FXR - New Pilot Transition Goggle

FXRlogo2FXR - New Pilot Transition Goggle

The best riders need precision fit and clarity. The Pilot Transition Goggle, with photochromatic auto-darkening technology, adapts itself automatically to different lighting conditions so you see more. Check it out HERE.

Classic IFS Rule Book Change

usxclogonewswebClassic IFS Rule Book Change

After much thought and discussion, we have changed the Classic IFS rule back to include 1980 to 1998 sleds only. Please refer to the new Rule Book, pages 8 and 30, on our website here: Rule Book.

Changes for the USXC Racing Rules Book

usxclogonewswebChanges for the USXC Racing Rules Book

We have made many changes to the USXC Rule Book for the 2018-2019 season, including eliminating 4 classes - Expert 600 Limited Improved, I-500 Class, I-500 Open, and Trail(Page 6-9). Some of the other major changes include that there will be two throw out races but not in the same discipline(Page 40), Classic IFS machine years are now 1980-2002(Page 8), and the Women's class no longer requires a throttle limiter on their machines(Page 7). Please check out all the new rules for this upcoming racing season here: Rule Book. Get ready to RACE!!

PowerMadd 2019 Contingency Program

PowerMaddLogo164x38PowerMadd 2019 Contingency Program

PowerMadd has announced their Contingency Program for 2019. PowerMadd sponsored riders can earn PowerMadd bucks by placing 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in their class at USXC races.

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Enbridge as Season Sponsor

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USXC would like to welcome Enbridge as a season sponsor. Enbridge has been in operation in Minnesota for many years. They employ a number of our past and present members and are vital to the Minnesota economy. We appreciate their support and we need to support their projects in the state.