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Logan Montgomery, 7, leads the pack during one of XMR’s Sunday Madness races, which mixes drivers of stock and modified sleds. The young drivers in XMR’s 120 class can reach speeds of 25 miles per hour. Photo by Ben McCanna

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Logan Montgomery, 7, of Moffat County, relaxes after a snocross race last month at Wyman Museum in Craig. Logan, who races in Xtreme Mountain Racing’s 120 class, entered competition midseason this year. He had been recovering from an August 2010 dirt bike accident that left him with a broken femur. Logan’s brother, Luke, 4, is also shown above. Photo by Ben McCanna

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Logan Montgomery, 7, kneels next to his state championship trophies for snocross racing. Photo by Ben McCanna

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Logan Montgomery, 7, takes a commanding lead during a snocross race at Wyman Museum. Photo by Ben McCanna

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TJ Montgomery, left, discusses a race with his son, Logan. Logan, 7, competes in 120 class races with other children ages 4 to 10. Photo by Ben McCanna

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Gypsum resident Haelyn Vorous, 7, relaxes between races at Wyman Museum. The XMR racing event during Winter Festival was her first competitive outing. Photo by Ben McCanna

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Haelyn Vorous, 7, is shown falling from her green sled during a collision in the XMR Sunday Madness race at Wyman Museum. After a few minutes on the ground, Haelyn stood up and finished the race. Photo by Ben McCanna

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