By: Leighton Motorsports
ZIMMERMAN, Minn. (February 27, 2017) – Corin Todd finished ninth and twelfth in Pro Open finals at the Sundown national as the AMSOIL Championship Snocross Series made its first-ever appearance in Dubuque, Iowa.
The Sundown course was particularly demanding with a fast and narrow downhill/uphill section that placed many riders out of their comfort zone. Todd holds the eighth spot in the Pro Open championship and, with three races on tap at the upcoming season finale, still has the opportunity to climb several positions before the year-end tally.
With the recent announcement of Trevor Leighton’s retirement from professional snocross, the team has made the decision to end its run on the national tour and will begin selling all of its sleds, parts and equipment, including its Kenworth tractor and Featherlite hauler.
The team has also placed its Zimmerman, Minn. race headquarters on the market, complete with new 60’ x 120’ race shop, house and outbuilding. The race shop includes a fabrication area, three mechanic bays, drive-thru truck wash, loft storage and fitness area, two beds, two bathrooms, living room, laundry and kitchen. The house contains five bedrooms, two bathrooms, living room, family room, laundry and attached two car garage.
Source: Amsoil Racing