Racing rolled into the Blackjack National on Friday evening with all riders ready to go!

Day 1 started off great, with all the riders putting in fantastic qualifying efforts. Locking them all into positions for the final. The Pro Lite final kicked off the evening’s excitement. With an aggressive left to right starting line that was eating up riders all day. Travis Muller got a great jump off the ling, but then was pushed far outside where he caught someone’s ski. This caused him to flip over, ending his chase for the night.

In Pro Open all three Warnert Racing Ski-Doo’s where able to get great starts and finish in the top ten. Justin Broberg charged hard to ride his way to eighth, while Emil Ohman was just a couple spots off the box finishing sixth. Tim Tremblay was running second when an ice ridge almost swallowed him up, causing his sled to catapult on its side. Tremblay was able to muscle his machine back over and finish off the night with a well-deserved third.

Hard riding paid off in Day 2 of the Blackjack National. Muller attacked the track right away coming out the back row in the Pro Lite final on his #436 NSK Ski-Doo. He was able push his way through the stacked field of talent, up to third place when the checkered flags flew.

With Broberg having an unfortunate tangle in the LCQ, Ohman and Tremblay were put on the hunt for the number One spot in Pro Open final. Ohman was putting a great ride in, when an unfavorable incident ended his race dropping him to 14th. Tremblay was able to keep his consistency toward the front. Pulling off a solid fourth place finish and locking up third place in the standings as the team prepares for the next round of the ISOC National Tour.

Warnert Racing would like to thank its sponsors: Ski-doo, Foremost Insurance, XPS Lubricants, NSK Bearings SSI Decals, Inc., Quadna Mountain Park, C&A Pro Skis, 50 Below, Stud Boy, Fly Racing, Rotax, VP Racing Fuels, Dragon, NGK, KYB, Mechanix Wear, DP Brakes, Rox, V-Force Reeds, Frog Z Skin, TekVest and SnoStuff.

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