Press Release –
When the WPSA National PowerSports Tour takes a week off, Polaris snocross racers head home and dominate regional WPSA events on their Polaris IQ race sleds.
After their totally dominant performance at the Amsoil Duluth National (Nov. 24-26), Polaris racers piled up more podium finishes at regional events on December 9-10.
Polaris-powered oval racers also flexed their muscle to pile up wins in Manitoba.
Big winners on the weekend included:
• Levi LaVallee (Hentges Racing) won Pro Open in a 1-2-3 Polaris sweep at Park X II in Minnesota.
• Danny Poirier (Cycle Worx) won Pro Stock and took second in Pro Open in Rock Maple Racing and also qualified for the X Games.
• Mike Island (Royal Distributing/Bourque’s Polaris) won Pro Open Mod at a Canadian Snowcross Racing Association event.
• Dustin Wahl used Polaris Liberty engines to lead podium sweeps of the premier Pro classes on the legendary ice oval at the Canadian Power Toboggan Championships in Beausejour, Manitoba.
“The regional races give our guys a great chance to get additional track time against strong competition, and the Polaris IQ race sleds helped them have a great weekend in every region,” said Polaris Racing Manager Tom Rager, Sr. “These sleds have the best ride and handling in the sport, and our racers are really using that to their advantage.”
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