Bully Dog Technologies never makes a small appearance. They welcomed in the snowmobiling season by parking the Bully Dog Hummer at the gate to the Duluth Nationals Snocross event, presented by Bully Dog.
Held at Spirit Mountain Duluth, Min. this year's event yielded record attendance for the Duluth Nationals, made all the more sweet by an exceptionally (and unexpectedly) snowy weekend. Event planners had been making snow for the track, as there had been only traces of snow before the events started. But by the time snowmobilers were ready to go, the snow had started and continued all weekend, kicking off a thrilling weekend for attendees and competitors. Bully Dog also had a booth at the event selling their performance products.
But it was the action out in the snow that really drew attention. Bully Dog's sponsored riders from the Leighton Motorsports Team made a great appearance at the opening event of the season. Jennifer Pare took 2nd place in the Women's Pro Am, Colby Crapo took 13th in round 2 of the Pro Open; and Andy Lieders established himself as a solid and consistent contender, taking 3rd place in both of the Pro Lite races. Trevor Leighton unfortunately missed out on the finals after an off in the heats.
Bully Dog would like to thank Trace and Wendy Leighton of Leighton Motorsports, as well as the team from Pickups & Powersports for working with them on this exhilarating appearance at the Amsoil Champion Snocross. Bully Dog looks forward to seeing everyone at Bessemer on Dec 7th for the next round of the Amsoil National Snocross Series.
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