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AMSOIL Duluth National Snocross Race Rescheduled  


Minneapolis, MN (11/23/09 - The AMSOIL Duluth National has been rescheduled. Due to unseasonably warm temperatures and an extended forecast for more of the same, the 18th annual race at Spirit Mountain has been moved to run the weekend of December 11 – 13. 

  Representatives from Visit Duluth, Spirit Mountain and ISOC have been watching the weather and considering all options.  The staff at Spirit Mountain was prepared to work around the clock to make the required snow for the event, but Mother Nature has not cooperated with snowmaking efforts. 

  "The cold weather just didn't make it to Minnesota by Sunday like we had hoped," said Terry Mattson, Visit Duluth President and CEO. "While it is expected to get cold enough later in the week, there would not be enough time to 100% guarantee there would be enough snow to pull off the event. We are concerned about the safety of our riders and putting together a good show for the fans." 

  The AMSOIL Duluth National will be held on December 11 - 13 with the schedule of events running exactly as it had originally been planned.  All tickets held by spectators will be valid for the new weekend. All racers registered for the event will be transferred to the new weekend.  If you are not able to compete, please contact the ISOC office for a refund. 

  The postponement of the AMSOIL Duluth National will have no affect on the schedule for the Milwaukee Mile National on December 18 - 19.  

  A Minnesota Regional schedule for the season will be released this week with confirmed dates resulting from the rescheduling of the AMSOIL Duluth National. 

  We are looking forward to a great season of racing in 2009/2010. If you have and questions, please contact ISOC Racing at (763) 497-8474. Specific questions regarding Duluth may be directed to Visit Duluth at (218) 722-4011. 

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