Ski-Doo Race Report: Vandeborne doubles up in Timmons

With three weekends of racing left in the CSRA season, the Pro Lite points battle is heating up for a wild finish.

Ski-Doo CSRA Pro Lite racer Scott Vandeborne.
Ski-Doo CSRA Pro Lite racer Scott Vandeborne. Photo courtesy Ski-Doo Race Team Coverage

Ski-Doo CSRA Pro Lite racer Scott Vandeborne pulled of the double this past weekend in Timmons, Ontario winning both rounds of racing in the Eclipse Financial Cup Nationals. The pair of wins pushed Vandeborne’s streak to four straight for Ontario native. The weekend also helped him close the gap on fellow Ski-Doo racer Isaac St. Onge for the overall Pro Lite season points lead. With three weekends of racing left in the CSRA season, the Pro Lite points battle is heating up for wild finish!

Other Ski-Doo top podium finishers on Saturday included the Sport 600 1 class trio of Jack Polito, Joshua Van Soest, and Brad Clark who finished in that order to sweep Saturday’s podium. Taylor Stewart finished second in Sport 600 2 class. Brad Clark and Brock Peel went 2-3 in the Trail Sport 600 class. Stephanie Willis finished second in Pro-Am Women’s, and Stephen Gelinas and Jeff Silver went 1-2 in the Pro-Am Vet final.

On Sunday, Taylor Stewart took a pair of checkered flags in Sport 600 1 and 2. Brad Clark bettered his performance from Saturday to take the win in Trail Sport 600, with Connor McDougal in third. Rebecca Ramsay took second in Sunday’s Pro-Am Women’s finals, while Earl Reimer took the win in Pro-Am Vet class with Stephan Gelinas in third.

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