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    Polaris of Old

    It's a shame this type of commitment went away.
    Thanks for the post crazy man.

    RACING - Polaris Offers Technical Support at World Finals

    Helping the Little Man


    According to a Polaris press release, the company's watercraft division is offering on-site technical racer support at the 2002 IJSBA World Finals as part of its focus to offer industry-leading support for grassroots racing.

    Polaris racer support includes some of the best watercraft specialists in the world in tuning, engine building and handling. On-site technicians will include:

    Dave Delaughter: Polaris Factory Development (Octane Project Leader, IJSBA Rules Committee member)

    Randy Jungwirth: Watcon.com owner (Troubleshooter/tuner for Polaris racers on a national and international level)

    Rodney Jaynes: Owner, RJ’s Outdoor Toys (Has more than ten years experience in the watercraft industry)

    "Working side-by-side with the people who have invested in our watercraft allows us to exchange ideas and develop relationships with the racers," said Dan Schroepfer, Polaris watercraft product and race manager. “This on-site support, combined with the best contingency program in the watercraft industry, further reinforces our commitment to the watercraft sport - not just to pros, but beginners, novice and expert racers.” Racers will also be interested in the previously announced Polaris Contingency Program, which offers more than $1 million to racers from all levels. Interested racers can request a registration form by contacting Polaris at: Polaris Watercraft Racing, 2100 Hwy 55, Medina, MN 55340 or by downloading a form from the Polaris Watercraft Racing website at polarisindustries.com. Race contingency registrants from last season will automatically receive a registration form by mail, email or fax.

    (A little tid-bit from 5 yrs. ago)


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    Bing-A-Ding-Ding-Ding, Brrrrrap! Brrrrrrrrrap!!! Polaris_Nut#1's Avatar
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    That's when they were on their A Game. With all those Pro 785's, Pro 1200's, and Octane's out there why would Polaris throw in the towel.

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    Randy's last name He is definetly worth every bit of that jung!!

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    Thank God Randy still loves the ski,Again...Thanks Randy for sharing,Dan

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