Winnipeg, Manitoba- March 17, 2015 —Marica Renheim (#311), the defending ACS Pro-Am Women’s World Champion, dominated this season in freaky fast fashion—winning all 8 rounds of the AMSOIL Championship Snocross Series, and securing the world championship title for the second year in a row.
The final event of the series was hosted at the historic Lake Geneva Spa and Resort, and boasted the highest attendance of the season. Marica went 1st and 1st in her heat races, posting the top qualifying position for the main event. Temperatures in the mid 60’s played havoc on the notoriously technical track—producing a hard-pulling, slushy surface with 12 foot holes. Conditions like that mandate a perfect set-up and Marica and the crew nailed it. Despite being the decisive leader throughout he season, Marica did have a fight on her hands with second place finisher, Megan Brodeur, who ended her season just 27 points behind Marica in the national points chase, indicating the battle between these two throughout the season.
“Marica is tough as nails. This series, the course and the competitors are the best in the world. She deserves the highest accolades, and she has our deep respect and gratitude” – Garry Querel.
Pro athlete, Adam Renheim (#311) had the teams best finish of the weekend in the Men’s Pro class posting a fourth place overall in Round 16. Sunday, Adam crashed during his heat races, and missed Round 2 qualifying due to the damage his sled sustained. The crew pulled it together for the LCQ, and Adam quickly moved into the 3rd place advancing position, where he was broad-sided by Cody Thomsen, and pushed off the track-—taking him out of the main event. Adam edged out his season as the 2nd fastest Ski-Doo rider of the season, and 10th overall in National points.
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