Duluth, MN (February 3, 2020) – The ISOC national snocross tour made its first appearance at a new venue in Dubuque, Iowa over the weekend but it was business as usual for Carson Alread, who raced to two more Sport class podiums.

Carson remains in second place in the class championship and as a result of his finishes in Dubuque, widened the gap on the third place rider.

Carson Alread-
This weekend overall was pretty decent with 2 podiums, although I believe we had a lot more than that in the tank. We struggled with being consistent on our starts and that led to having to make my way through the pack both nights which halted battling for the win.

Nick Lorenz just missed a podium with a fourth place in the Pro Lite class, rebounding from a rough outing at the previous round in South Dakota. Nick also improved his qualifying results with a heat race win on Saturday.

Nick Lorenz –
This weekend was okay. Starts are getting better. Just need to focus on the start in my finals and make them really count. Leaving with a 4th feels good but it was my fault for not making passes stick and not taking advantage of my opportunities fast enough. All in all another building week and a step in the right direction.

The team has another unusually long break again before the series resumes in upstate New York on February 21-22.

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