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The air was frigid, the crowds were huge and the racing was unforgettable. High speed and big air were on the menu.

Semi-pro, Dylan Hall came out with a huge statement showing that the Semi Pros are riding at unbelievable speeds this year, when he showed the talent of a Pro when finishing 2nd in a qualifier and 3rd in Sunday’s premier Pro Open final.

17 year old, JB Dennis of Bracebridge, Ontario showed his natural talent with a Semi Pro stock qualifier win and falling 2nd to Dylan Hall in the final in a great race.

Sunday brought even more high flying action with the Semi Pro Open Mod class ready to do battle. Moto 1 brought JB Dennis to a 3rd place start to be leading the race by the end of lap one and continued to lead the moto until the last lap when he slipped over a burm and Hall slipped by to take the win, while JB re-enters the race track to hold for 2nd place.

“The track was really good on Saturday. The snow was light and loose. That made for a really nice and tough race. Sunday was a different story. It was the same layout but different weather conditions. With -25C temperatures, it made for a really fast but stiff track,” Says JB Dennis.

The final brought a great race, big air and fast lap times made for excitement. Dylan Hall would take the win, with JB Dennis in a solid 2nd place.

We would like to thank Polaris Industries, Scott Canada, Byers Motorsports, Stud Boy, T&A Tire, Sled Pro, Amsoil, Advanced Roofing, Tek Vest, HMK, Graphic Encounters Racing Designs, 139 Designs, CM Sports Photography, Hammond Sportwears and Promotions, Pixel Flex and CSRA for all the great support.

Stay tuned for the Nationals in Lindsay January 22 &23.

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