Team Rockstar Energy Polaris Racing attended Toronto International Snowmobile Show at the International Centre in Toronto on October 19-21. Thousands of snowmobile fans are reported to have attended, according to Team Rockstar. Rockstar Energy Polaris Racing’s large black and white transport rig, a full-on display of sponsor banners and product, as well as the 2013 IQ racing sleds were seen by snowmobile enthusiasts throughout the weekendFans met with Iain Hayden, Lee Butler and Jacob Rosko-Fong. All three drivers were busy signing autographs and talking snowmobile racing with fans the entire weekend.“It’s always fun to meet the people who come to the booth, because they’re such avid snowmobilers. Our lives may have nothing in common, but the fact that we ride sleds brings us together on some level,” Hayden said.While Hayden and Butler have been with Rockstar Energy Polaris Racing for a number of years, Rosko-Fong will be making his debut for the team this season. The 15-year-old Kirkland Lake, ON native will campaign both the National and Regional Pro Lite Championship classes.“The show also is an indicator that the racing season is just around the corner for us and things start getting a bit more serious and intense,” Andre Laurin team owner said. With the team’s first race will be in Duluth, Minnesota on November 23-25.“We’ll be in the Duluth area at least a week before the event at Spirit Mountain to do some final testing of the sleds and get into the racing mode,” said Laurin. Although Team Rockstar Energy Polaris Racing is focusing again on the CSRA Canadian Snowcross Championship, selected ISOC races in the United States are also on the schedule. The Canadian series kicks off with the Capital Cup National Snowcross at Calabogie Peaks Resort outside of Ottawa on the weekend of December 7-9, 2012.