Tremblay Breaks Through For Win, Bauerly, Patenaude Repeat At New York ISOC While Sterne Takes Two in Minnesota Ovals

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BRP’s Ski-Doo X-Team racer Tim Tremblay took the top podium step Friday night for his first win this season while Hunter Patenaude and Paul Bauerly each repeated, adding another check mark in the win column at the New York ISOC National Snocross race. 

Tremblay, the points leader in the premier Pro Open class, has been close grabbing that first place finish, but finally wrapped it up when teammate Lincoln Lemieux crashed with two laps left in the weekend’s first of two races. Tremblay has been riding with determination and a never-quit attitude that’s visible every time he takes the track – and while he was closing the gap, Lemieux fresh off his bronze at X-Games, was just as determined to stay out front. Unfortunately, the race ended with Lemieux’s sled cartwheeling through the whoops before the two got to lock horns. 

Saturday provided Lemieux with some redemption as he raced to a solid third place finish despite a shoulder injury.

In Pro Lite action, Aki Pihlaja continued his fast and consistent ways by collecting two third-place finishes over the weekend and maintaining a healthy points lead in the season championship tally. Pihlaja has obviously adapted well to the North American style of racing in a short time frame. Kevin Wallenstein saw the podium twice at the last ISOC race and looked like he wanted to get there again, but fell just short with a fourth on Friday.

Hunter Patenaude and Paul Bauerly both had wins in Deadwood, SD, and carried that momentum into New York. Patenaude took the win in Sport class on Friday and came back for a third on Saturday while Bauerly grabbed the Pro +30 class top spot.

In Alexandria, MN, Gunnar Sterne had a stellar weekend on the ice oval track taking two wins and finishing runner up in the featured Champ 440 class to another Ski-Doo racer, Cardell Potter, in a make up race from a prior event. Ski-Doo drivers dominated the Champ class all weekend taking eight of the nine podium finishes.


NY – ISOC Snocross

Pro Open

Friday Night

1. Tim Tremblay

4. Adam Renheim

5. Elias Ishoel

13. Lincoln Lemieux

Saturday Night

3. Lincoln Lemieux

4. Tim Tremblay

11. Adam Renheim

14. Elias Ishoel 

Pro Lite

Friday Night

3. Aki Pihlaja

4. Kevin Wallenstein

8. Danny Poirier

Saturday Night

3. Aki Pihlaja

7. Kevin Wallenstein

13. Leo Patenaude

Pro AM +30

1. Paul Bauerly

2. Patrick Brodeur

Pro Am Women

Friday Night

2. Megan Brodeur


Friday Night

1. Hunter Patenaude

2. Brady Love

14. Camryn Anderson

Saturday Night

3. Hunter Patenaude

9. Camryn Anderson

11. Raphael Lemieux

Transition 8-12

2. Nathan Mailloux

3. Jordan Lebel

 Junior 10-13

3. Adam Ashline

4. Nathan Mailloux

6. Jordan Lebel

Alexandria, MN Ice Oval

440 Champ


1. Gunnar Sterne, Ski-Doo

2. Matt Schulz, Ski-Doo

3. Travis Macdonald, Ski-Doo


1. Gunnar Sterne, Ski-Doo

2. Matt Schulz, Ski-Doo 

Ironwood, MI Makeup Race

1. Cardell Potter, Ski-Doo

2. Gunnar Sterne, Ski-Doo

3. Matt Schulz, Ski-Doo

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