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Bully Dog Rocks ISOC

Leighton Motorsports and Bully Dog Deliver Win

Parre_WinIt’s been a big month for Bully Dog Technologies and their featured racing team, Leighton Motorsports, as the Amsoil Championship Snocross events have brought in win after win.  When Amsoil kicked off the ISOC season in November in Duluth, 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 took 3rd place in both of the Pro Lite races.

Bully Dog and Leighton Motorsports hasn’t slowed down since then.  As the snow has come down harder, the speed’s only gotten more spectacular.  Last weekend, at the Canturbury, Shakopee, MN January 4th-5th events, in the women’s Pro-Am class, Leighton superstar Jennifer Pare took on Swedish racer Marika Renheim in the women’s Pro-Am class, and walked away with back-to-back wins.    Andy Lieders almost took the win in the Pro Lite Final on Friday night.  Lieders lost his grip on a race-long lead in the last lap, when his sled swapped and he was forced off the track.  Still, he made a fantastic showing, and on night two, he finished second in Pro Lite.
In his rookie season in the Pro Open Class, Colby Crapo placed in the top five in the qualifying round and competed in the main events on both January 4th and January 5th.  Crapo’s future with Leighton Motorsports continues to look bright.  Meanwhile, Trevor Leighton pulled a career best finish as a Pro in eighth place.  He also came in with the top three in the qualifying run.  At the main event the next day, he triumphantly took his career best and once again raised the high profile of the Leighton team, of which Bully Dog is incredibly proud to be sponsoring.
The ISOC season continues later this month, and Bully Dog will be there, at the Eagle River World Championship Derby in Eagle River, Wisconsin on January 19-20.

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