Team Babbitt's Pro Snowcross rider Matt Kosc wrapped up another exciting weekend of snowcross action with a solid 2nd place podium finish in Sundays Pro +30 Main Event and solidified his entry into the Lake Geneva Pro 30+ Showdown Championship.  

    Racing aboard his KOSC Motorsports Arctic Cat SnoPro 600, KOSC was solid all weekend placing 1-1 and 2-2 in the heats, and kept the racing exciting at the front of the field, fighting for positions in every lap.  Rocketing off the line in every heat he entered, Kosc nailed 5 of the 6 holeshots, and won the Holeshot Bonus award on both Saturday and Sunday in the highly competitive Pro 30+ class.  The racing action was intense, but Kosc was able to run consistent laps and found himself on the podium every time out on the track except one.  Said Kosc "We had a great time in Manistique.  My dad was able to come up and work as my crew chief and mechanic.  The town of Manistique really welcomed us with open arms, and the crew built a fun track for us to race on.  Our Arctic Cat SnoPro was really hooking up off the line, and I got some great starts.  I really had fun out on the track this weekend and am so excited to have secured my entry to the Showdown at Lake Geneva on Friday March 16th.  I am also excited to have an opportunity to race the National Pro 30+ at Lake Geneva Final on March 18th.  As always, would like to thank God for keeping us all safe, and all our great sponsors: KOSC Motorsports, Babbitt's, Study Boy, EVS, Arctic Cat, and my fantastic family." 


Matt Kosc #718

Kosc Motorsports


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