Evan Christian Nearly Perfect In Sweep Of Eagle River RAM National

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For Immediate Release Finley, ND (March 22, 2021) – Evan Christian won five of the six times he was on track, including both main events, to dominate the ISOC national snocross tour’s first-ever visit to the historic World Championship Derby Complex in Eagle River, Wisconsin. For over 50 years, the Derby track has been home to the ice oval World Championships, but it was snocross taking center stage over the weekend as late season weather patterns forced the ISOC series to relocate to the venue. The Derby team went out of their way to accommodate the event and Northern Wisconsin race fans came out in force to witness one of the most competitive weekends of the season on a truly unique supercross style track. Evan Christian continued his roll through the late stages of the series guiding his WPS/FLY Racing Polaris to a clean sweep of Friday’s events, winning both qualifiers and the final. Saturday was much the same as Evan went 2-1 in qualifying and again made his way to the front of the main event in quick fashion to secure his third straight national win. The massive points weekend now has Christian 48 markers ahead of his closest competitor in the Sport class championship with just one race weekend, two full rounds, remaining in the season. Evan Christian – “Nothing has really changed, it’s just been confidence. We have our same routine, come in on Thursday nights and do our business. The confidence boost went way up now that the red plates are on. I actually think that really helped and now it’s just keeping our heads down and not letting anything mess with us.”
Evan Daudt was on track for another solid weekend in the Pro Lite class, only to get derailed in the main events by bad luck that has plagued him throughout the season. Daudt won qualifying races on both Friday and Saturday, backed up by a couple of third place finishes. Each night, however, he was caught up in mishaps with other racers resulting in scores outside the top 10.

The series will be staying in Eagle River for one more week where it will conclude the 2021 campaign with three days of racing on March 26-28. All classes will compete in their final two rounds on Friday and Saturday, with the Pro and Pro Lite racers squaring off against each other in the Dominator challenge on Sunday.