Sunday Night Snocross

Matt Skubic Uncategorized

As the Theisen’s Snocross National has come and gone, Jacob Yurk & Tucker Hibbert have established points leads in the two penultimate classes of AMSOIL Championship Snocross Powered by RAM. The enormous Dubuque crowd was treated to two days of exciting racing as the Worlds Greatest Snocross racers embarked on the new track design in Iowa. Friday solidified Jacob Yurk as a true championship threat, as he dominated Round 13 in the Pro Lite class. The following evening, Aki Pihlaja ended Arctic Cats Pro Lite win streak as he piloted his Ski-Doo to victory with a slight advantage over Jacob Yurk. With Yurk’s stellar performance last weekend, he will be boasting a slim one point advantage in the championship standings with only two rounds remaining. In the premier Pro class, Tucker Hibbert once again was on rails as he put on two dominating performances in the Quad Cities. The junior classes were highlighted by Evan Christian, as he was able to sweep the Sport Lite classes and ensure himself as one to watch in the upcoming seasons. With only the Ram Trucks Snocross Grand Finale standing between the racers and a championship, look for this weekends racing to be as epic as the 19 previous seasons in Lake Geneva. Before the crowning of a champion takes place, make sure to check out the podium recap from the Theisen’s Snocross National.

Champ 120

1. #4 Reece Bollmann

2. #215 Tucker Haala

3. #240 Logan Schlauderaff

200 Stock

1. #189 Ryan Marconett

2. #518 Lane Giese

3. #734 Owen Matthies

Transition 8-10

1. #747 Cameron Cole

2. #612 Isaac Peterson

3. #215 Tucker Haala

Jr 10-13

1. #821 Drew Freeland

2. #722 Brody Hasenack

3. #204 Raycer Frank

Jr 14-15

1. #144 Anson Scheele

2. #333 Evan Christian

3. #318 Logan Frattalone

Jr Girls 9-13

1. #428 Jayden Schmitt

2. #800 Sophia Hulsey

3. #330 Addison Bourdages

Jr 16-17

1. #144 Anson Scheele

2. #333 Evan Christian

3. #901 Tyler Archambault

Snowbike

1. #37 Seth Fischer

2. #88 William Van Hook III

3. #41 Austen Madison

Sport Lite Round 13

1. #333 Evan Christian

2. #720 Devin Malcein

3. #144 Peyton Hogan

Sport Lite Round 14

1. #333 Evan Christian

2. #671 Mitchell Gross

3. #144 Peyton Hogan

Sport Round 13

1. #115 Trent Wittwer

2. #113 Adam Peterson

3. #220 Francis Pelletier

Sport Round 14

1. #115 Trent Wittwer

2. #151 Ryley Bester

3. #113 Adam Peterson

Pro AM Plus 30

1. #193 Matt Pichner

2. #318 Kurt Bauerly

3. #184 Nick Zandstra

Pro AM Women Round 13

1. #31 Megan Brodeur

2. #93 Malene Anderson

3. #17 Elina Ohman

Pro AM Women Round 14

1. #31 Megan Brodeur

2. #93 Malene Anderson

3. #873 Taven Woodie

Pro Lite Round 13

1. #727 Jacob Yurk

2. #75 Martin Moland

3. #221 Daniel Benham

4. #128 Aki Pihlaja

5. #208 Hunter Patenaude

6. #144 Max Taillefer

7. #201 Travis Kern

8. #27 Nisse Kjellstrom

9. #63 Zak Mason

10. #114 Alexander Berglund

11. #31 Emil Harr

12. #21 Cole Cottew

13. #40 Oskar Norum

14. #413 Evan Daudt

15. #58 Marcus Ogemar

Pro Lite Round 14

1. #128 Aki Pihlaja

2. #727 Jacob Yurk

3. #27 Nisse Kjellstrom

4. #31 Emil Harr

5. #63 Zak Mason

6. #58 Marcus Ogemar

7. #144 Max Taillefer

8. #57 Andy Lieders

9. #208 Hunter Patenaude

10. #40 Oskar Norum

11. #75 Martin Moland

12. #302 Viktor Herten

13. #221 Daniel Benham

14. #114 Alexander Berglund

15. #46 Andrew Lindholm

Pro Round 13

1. #68 Tucker Hibbert

2. #52 Johan Lidman

3. #43 Logan Christian

4. #54 Petter Narsa

5. #13 Lincoln Lemieux

6. #1 Kody Kamm

7. #765 Montana Jess

8. #311 Adam Renheim

9. #36 Corin Todd

10. #200 Elias Ishoel

11. #541 Ryan Springer

12. #248 Brett Nastala

13. #436 Travis Muller

14. #177 Jake Angove

15. #11 Tim Tremblay

Pro Round 14

1. #68 Tucker Hibbert

2. #43 Logan Christian

3. #11 Tim Tremblay

4. #311 Adam Renheim

5. #54 Petter Narsa

6. #200 Elias Ishoel

7. #13 Lincoln Lemieux

8. #36 Corin Todd

9. #52 Johan Lidman

10. #610 Kristoffer Holm

11. #177 Jake Angove

12. #541 Ryan Springer

13. #1 Kody Kamm

14. #765 Montana Jess

15. #705 Tyler Adams

2017/2018 AMSOIL Championship Snocross Powered by RAM Schedule 

Duluth, MN // November 24-27, 2017

Jackson Hole, WY // December 8-9, 2017

Shakopee, MN // January 5-6, 2018

Deadwood, SD // January 19-20, 2018

Salamanca, NY // February 16-17, 2018

Mt. Pleasant, MI // February 23-24, 2018

Dubuque, IA // March 9-10, 2018

Lake Geneva, WI // March 16-17, 2018

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