Press Release –
The Team Vincent Motorsports/Kodiak Work Boot Race Team took the Canadian Snowcross Racing Association tour by storm in the 2006-2007 season! The racers were spread across the board, from the Junior 14-15 category, all the way up to the Pro class.
Four-time Canadian Champion, #4c, Ric Wilson took the championship in Pro Veteran and Masters Class, as well as finishing an impressive 5th in the Pro Stock class.
Even with a late season injury, Pro rider, #27, Andrew Sloot took an amazing 4th place overall finish in both Regional and National races. Andrew also took his first 1st place Pro win in the 2006/ 2007 season!
Semi Pro rider, #23, Jonathon Sloot finished with a 3rd place in both Stock and Open classes. Jonathon also came home with a 2nd place in the National standings for the Semi-Pro Open class, also despite a late season injury.
Women Pro rider, #111S, Stacey Orr finished the year as a National and Regional Champion! Stacey’s mom, Mary Orr is a multi-time woman’s champion and she’s definitely following in her mom’s footsteps.
Another member of the Sloot family, #727, Daniel raced in the Sport category, finishing an impressive 3rd, 4th and 5th. During the last half of the season, Daniel stepped up to Semi Pro and proved that he’s definitely ready to make that jump in the 2008 season.
Team Vincent’s younger riders put on quite a show this season. Junior 14-15 racer, Dylan Hall finished the season with a 2nd in not only his category, but also jumped up to the junior 16-17 class and grabbed a second there as well.
Racing in the Sport classes was Ric Wilson’s nephew Christopher Vrij who finished a remarkable 2nd overall in Trail Sport 500 and 600. Christopher entered the CSRA circuit half way through the season.
Backing the Team Vincent Motorsports / Kodiak Work Boots Snowcross team is Ski-doo, J R Hall, London Recreational Contracting, Promotional Graphics, Shoc Doc, Sloot Construction, Snow Goer, Stud Boy, Scott Goggles, Shell Oils, Power Madd, and Wilson Ponds.
Big thanks go to Mike Schmidt / Brad Maddick and crew from London Recreational Contracting, Sean Gibson from J R Hall and Ed and Dave Sloot from Sloot Construction for making sure the Ski-Doo race sleds were top notch every weekend. Thanks to ‘Papa’ John for his endless hours of travel and dedication to his family and the Team. Thanks also goes to the friends and family of the racers who spent their winter weekends bearing the cold and long travel to help the team and cheer the racers on. These amazing race results wouldn’t be possible without the great crew behind the TVM / Kodiak team.