Krajicek Racing

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Things are coming together for the upcoming 2022-2023 Sno-cross Season. Our team takes pride in our team atmosphere and dynamic and that contributes to our success.  Krajicek racing focuses on a family environment, the enjoyment of racing, professionalism & competitiveness on and off the track. We win as a team, we lose as a team, and work hard as a team. We continue to negotiate with sponsors and will continue to update as partnerships are finalized.  However, we have finalized our rider line up and are very excited about our team for the upcoming season.

Domenic Hegman will be our Pro-Lite rider. Domenic comes from a motocross background, he is a young rider with two years under his belt on a snowmobile. His first year racing he won the points championship in Junior 14-15 and Junior 16-17.  His second year he skipped Sport Lite and went directly to Sport Class and secured a 4th Place in national points as an independent family race team. Although Domenic started his racing career on a Ski-doo he originates from a family that bleeds green.  Domenic’s Grandpa Tom “Bumpa” was a big Arctic Cat fan, and a collector of vintage Arctic Cat gear and sleds. This passion was passed on to Domenic’s Dad who also raced for Arctic Cat back in the late 90s early 2000s. His dad will be coming on board as Domenic’s mechanic. We are looking forward to working with them in the Pro-Lite class as a Rookie. Krajicek racing is committed to working with Domenic and helping him grow his racing career, we have signed a two-year contract with him. Please help us by welcoming Domenic and his family to the team.

Kolton Krajicek will return to race in the Sport Class.  Kolton decided to focus on the sport class last year and wanted to be a top contender. Unfortunately, he had an early wrist injury that did not allow him to race most of the season.  Kolton’s dedication to the team plays a big role in our success. While injured he took it upon himself to fill an important team support role. Krajicek Racing takes pride in supporting Arctic Cat riders competing in sport class and below. Kolton took his injury as an opportunity to grow as a rider and help younger riders on and off the track. His mentoring and advice helped the Team Arctic family and was appreciated by young Arctic Cat riders competing at national and regional races.  Kolton’s goal is to continue to grow in his career. He has decided that staying in the sport class and completing a full successful season is a step that is necessary for his personal career growth.  Kolton’s goal is to be competitive as a top 5 rider.

Owen Eide is no stranger to Krajicek Racing. Owen has been part of our support program for the past two years. He races with his family out of their own trailer as a satellite rider. He competes in the Transition 9-13 and Junior 10-13 classes at the nationals and regionals. Owen took a step-up from the 8-10 transition class last season, raced hard and earned his stripes last year. A learning process that all young racers must go through as they move up in the ranks. Owen’s positive attitude is contagious and contributes to our team’s culture and success, we are excited to support him. Owen will continue racing out of his own trailer. However, they will be joining our team and relocating their sleds and weekly maintenance to our race shop located in Brainerd MN, where they will work alongside our mechanics.

Isaac Otto, is our 200 rider that raced all of the regional races last year. He secured a second-place finish in the regional points series. He plans to race the entire regional series again this year.  Isaac is considering testing the waters at the nationals with his 200.  Isaac has a transition sled that he practices on, and is going to try that at the regional level. Isaac loves riding his snowmobile on practice tracks.