Warnert Racing’s Adam Renheim Wins at Soaring Eagle Snocross
Adam Renheim Earns Second US Pro Career Win in Michigan
St. Cloud, MN (2/02/2018) – Just weeks after Warnert Racing’s Adam Renheim captured his first US Pro Snocross Career win, Renheim earns the top spot on the podium yet again!
Although temperatures in Mt. Pleasant, MI were in the negative double digits, it didn’t stop Adam Renheim. During the Pro Heats, Renheim was looking good ultimately finishing second in Heat #1 and third in Heat #2. When it came to the Pro Final, Renheim was fast out of the gate and grabbed the Stud Boy Holeshot, but he had a small bobble and which dropped back to second. Halfway through the race, however, Renheim was able to make the pass into first and was able to finish with a near 5-second lead!
“I had a good race, it feels great to be up here on top of the podium once again! I can’t thank my team enough! My Makita Tools Rockstar Energy Ski-Doo worked flawlessly!,” explained Adam Renheim
Unfortunately, for fellow teammate, Tim Tremblay luck was not on his side tonight. Right off the start, Tremblay got hung up behind another rider and dropped by to back of the back and would finish the Pro Final in 12th.
In the Pro Lite Class, Francis Pelletier notched up yet another podium finish in third place! Pelletier still holds down the points lead and the coveted red number plate.
Racing action will kick off again in central Michigan tomorrow with opening ceremonies at 6 PM.
You can watch the race live at https://snocross.com/livestream/
Adam Renheim – 1st (Pro Class)
Tim Tremblay – 12th (Pro Class)
Francis Pelletier – 3rd (Pro Lite Class)
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2018 Team Sponsors
Makita Tools, Rockstar Energy Drink, Ski-Doo, NSK, GMC, Kicker, XPS, Kwik Trip, SSi Decals, Enzo, CA Pro Skis, Stud Boy, Bell, Scott, ROX, Mechanix Wear, Hayes, Quadna Mountain Park
About Warnert Racing
Hill City, Minnesota-based Warnert Racing is the premier team in professional snocross racing and one of the sport’s pioneering “superteams.” The team is modeled after the most successful auto racing operations, managing the day-to-day operations of two snocross racers, including sponsorship, transportation, marketing, sled set-up, driver development and technology development.