Ski-Doo racers shine at World Championship Hillclimb
Summit racers earn 11 class wins
Story by Staff, Mar. 30, 2010Email a friend Print Friendly RSS
Luke Rainey who had a monumental weekend in taking three stock class wins (600, 700, and 800) plus the Stock King of the Hill title - the second straight year for a Ski-Doo racer. Rainey’s wins plus Tom Roby and Patrick Trujillo winning in Pro Master Stock and Semi-Pro Stock gave the Ski-Doo brand 5 out of 7 stock class wins.
Other wins included Carson Ellingford in 700 Mod, Tom Roby in 800 Improved, David Sharp in Pro Masters Improved and Brad Sharp in Pro Masters Mod.
X-Team racers swept the Semi-Pro ranks with Trujillo taking Stock and Mod wins while Dane Wilson took the Improved class and went on to claim Semi-Pro King of the Hill honors.
These wins were on Summit models powered by the Rotax 800R PowerT.E.K. – next year Ski-Doo snowmobiles will unleash the power of the E-TEC 800R in the 2011 Summit sleds. According to Ski-Doo, these engines run even crisper and cleaner, offering more horsepower, plus light throttle pull for easy control in and out of gates.
For complete race results visit the Ski-Doo X-Team home page at Ski-Doo.com.