TEAMS WORKING TOGETHER IN USCC, IRON DOG AND ARCTIC MAN RACES
Two of the most powerful snowmobile racing teams are joining forces to take on three of the toughest snowmobile races. Warnert Racing, one of the most experienced snocross racing teams in the lower forty eight, and Team CC, one of the most experienced cross country racing teams in Alaska, are announcing their partnership for three cross country races in February, March and April this season.
The joint team begins their effort at the world renowned Iron Dog event starting this Sunday February 20th in Big Lake, Alaska (near Wasilla) and concluding 2000 miles later in Fairbanks.
Their second race is the United States Cross Country (USCC) event in Warroad, MN March 13th and the final race in 2011 will be the Arctic Man Classic April 6th-10th. Tyler Aklestad will be handling the driving duties at all three events and will be joined by three fellow Alaskan racers at the Iron Dog event.
The team drivers for the Iron Dog are:
Team # 8 Tyler Aklestad and Tyson Johnson
Team # 14 Marc McKenna and Dusty VanMeter
The team will draw on the wealth of knowledge and resources that both organizations have amassed in more than 20 years of racing.
“We’re extremely happy to align ourselves with Team CC on the cross country side of racing and really look forward to working with Korey Cronquist and his team” stated Mark Warnert, President of Warnert Racing “We can learn a lot from each other and move forward faster by combining our talents” Warnert concluded.