AmSnow's team headed to the Grand Geneva in Lake Geneva, Wis. Mar. 15-17 for the Nielsen Enterprises Grand Finale.
The weather was perfect for the races, with all three days ranging around 30 degrees. This was a far cry from last year's 80 degree temps that left the track muddy. Friday started out this year's races with rain, but Saturday and Sunday both had sunshine to boot.
Fans were jammed in the stands all three days. Early numbers for Saturday reported there were 12,000 fans in attendance that day alone.
This year's fans were treated to a look at the 2014 snowmobiles from all four manufacturers, and autograph signings from the Pros all three days.
Fans who purchased the pit passes were able to get a glimpse at the various semi trailers, racing trailers, ATVs and race sleds from all four manufacturers.
Racers from as far away as Alaska, Paul Thacker, were there for their last chance at this year's championship. Highlights from the racing included Tucker Hibbert going three-for-three on Friday. Hibbert's three wins, in two heat races and a main event, gave him enough points to clinch the title. Hometown hero, Ross Martin, came out swinging Saturday, though, for a Pro Open win landing him second in points. The ISOC Grand Finale weekend concluded with the inaugural Ram World Cup where Team USA's Kody Kamm and Kyle Pallin won the title.
Here are exclusive shots the team took from the event.
-By Christie Green