Nathan Titus, #2
Snowmobiling History First sled: Polaris Colt 295 When did you start riding? Birth Who got you into snowmobiling? Dad What’s a great day of snowmobiling? Riding in the pasture at home over the tops of fence posts and heading up to play in the deep snow of Idaho. Favorite place to ride: Home – McCall, ID Racer Info First race: American Sno-X Challenge, McCall, ID 1982 Best race ever: Winning Deadwood SNX National on a Yamaha Favorite place to race: RMXCRC Cross-Country races or old Yellowstone Sno- X What’s your overall racing goal? To win an XC on a Yamaha. How would you describe your race style? Smooth and smart. What is your pre-race routine? Hmm, get dressed! No real routine
Yamaha-Specific Info: What do you think of your race sled? The sled is good, with the new components it’s even better and we should be competitive from the start. Why did you choose to ride a Yamaha this season? I enjoy racing and developing the sled. What do you think are the sled’s strengths? Smooth power delivery, reliability, fuel mpg. What are your goals for the season? I want to improve the sled even more and run up front consistently. Why are you a good fit for your Yamaha snowmobile? I’m smooth and easy on equipment. Describe the difference between a 2-stroke and a 4-stroke race sled: Power delivery and engine braking are really about it.
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