Mud, blood and beer. From my experience this past weekend in Snowshoe, W.Va., those three words pretty much sum up the AMSOIL Snowshoe GNCC. Mud: Class winners often disappear for lengthy amounts of time back to their trailers to clean up for the podium. Blood: One of the most grueling courses in event history. It’s
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