Tim Tremblay Takes Sole Possession of Second In ACS Pro Open Championship With Two Podiums

Kimster Team Press

Aurora, Minn. (February 25, 2013) For the second straight weekend in AMSOIL Championship Snocross competition, Tim Tremblay raced to finishes of third and second place to claim sole possession of second in the title chase. Tremblay turned in the performance at the U.S. Air Force National in Salamanca, New York
as the tour made its first-ever stop in this region of the empire state.

Tremblay has a track record of getting faster and riding stronger over the course of a long, grinding season when other competitors start to fade. With two weekends of racing remaining on the schedule, Tremblay and the team are happy with the improvements we continue to make but still eager to get the first win of the season for the number 11 Ski-Doo.

Robbie Malinoski, who has been nursing a tender knee following an incident several weeks back at the Eagle River World Championships, was unable to start Saturday’s event and is having an MRI performed this week to determine the best course of recovery.

Several members of the U.S. Air Force were on hand in New York to interact with the team, perform a DEP swear-in and take part in guest rides on the national track.

Up next are ACS rounds 13 and 14 from Fargo, North Dakota on March 8-9.

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Round #11 Results Heats Final
Tim Tremblay 2-5 3
Darrin Mees 6-2 10
Robbie Malinoski 5-6 DNS

Round #12 Results
Tim Tremblay 2-1 2
Darrin Mees 2-3 12
Robbie Malinoski DNS

YTD Standing: Tim Tremblay 2nd, Robbie Malinoski 6th, Darrin Mees 8th

Contact: Steve Scheuring