The “New Normal” Means a New Off-Season for Team AMSOIL

Team AMSOIL racers and influencers continue to stay busy during the “new normal” from COVID-19. One has even fabricated custom face shields for hospitals.



Team AMSOIL Oh So Close in Shortened Snocross Season

Just as the AMSOIL Championship Snocross Pro Lite battle was getting interesting, COVID-19 forced cancellation of the season. Here’s how #TeamAMSOIL fared.



From Snow to Dirt, Your AMSOIL Racing & Events Update

AMSOIL Championship Snocross resumes action, dirt bike racing fires up out west and it’s nearly hammer time at the King of the Hammers.



Scheuring Helps Riders Prep for AMSOIL Championship Snocross

A 12-hour drive north to test his sleds before the AMSOIL Championship Snocross season convinced Steve Scheuring there had to be a better way to prepare.



The Highs and Lows of AMSOIL Championship Snocross Finale Weekend

Hunter Patenaude

Happy March Madness, race fans! Before the real madness ensues (anyone else pick Virginia to go all the way?), let me tell you about the snocross madness I witnessed this weekend.



Watch Scott Judnick Go Big – And Why We’re Into Snow

Scott Judnick

At AMSOIL, we like to do things big. And when it comes to the world of Snocross, Scott Judnick of Judnick Motorsports likes to do things just as big.



This Man is Living His Dream: Why Steve Scheuring Chooses AMSOIL

Steve Scheuring

We all have dreams. Maybe it’s a trip across America on a Harley. Or the backcountry sledding trip of a lifetime. Maybe it’s climbing boulders and crossing ravines in a 1943 Willys Jeep. For Steve Scheuring, it was building a championship-winning Snocross team.



Snowmobiling for Dummies, Snocross for Experts

Jackson Snocross

I have a confession to make…I’m not the greatest when if comes to riding a snowmobile. Now, if you come to an AMSOIL Championship Snocross race and ask me who got the holeshot, I can tell you.



AMSOIL Duluth National Recap – All the Thrills (and Spills) from the Weekend

Lincoln Lemieux Win Duluth

The Christmas decorations are up, race fans! The turkey has been eaten and you’d be lucky to find a slice of pie left in our fridge.



800 Miles Through the Baja Peninsula (and Thanksgiving Weekend Racing)

Happy turkey-eating season, race fans! If you’re like me, you’re still embracing fall while your Christmas decorations remain in storage until after Thanksgiving (unlike some of my co-workers).