Racers on Polaris RMK sleds delivered another dominant team performance at the final RMSHA hillclimb of the season, winning eight of 12 Pro classes and all three King of the Hill crowns at the Lost Trail Hillclimb at Sula, Montana, April 16-18.
It was the sixth and final event on the 2021 Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Hillclimb schedule, and four Polaris racers delivered such impressive performances that they clinched a total of nine season points titles.
Keith Curtis won all five classes he entered at Lost Trail, and also won all three King of the Hill crowns and the Premier Class competition featuring the season’s top 20 racers.
Luke Rainey also reached the podium in all five of his classes at Lost Trail and he won the 1000 Improved Stock class, while Sam Peterson, Justin Thomas, and Toby Shepherd earned podium spots with top-three finishes in three classes each.
Tayler Meyers won Women’s 600 Stock and Women’s Modified at Sula, and Tregen Phelps won both Juniors classes.
Polaris Racers Win 8 Pro-Class Season Points Titles
Curtis had an incredibly successful season, winning 24 of the 30 classes he entered and reaching the podium in 28 of those 30 races. He won 15 of the season’s 18 King of the Hill crowns, and won RMSHA season points titles in 600 Stock, 1000 Stock, 900 Improved Stock, and 900 Modified.
Plus, at the Jackson Hole World Championship Hill Climb, a non-RMSHA points event, Curtis won three classes, three King of the Hill crowns, and his record tying sixth King of Kings title.
Luke Rainey won 10 Pro class events and earned 27 podium finishes and two King crowns this season. He won Pro points titles in 700 Stock, 900 Stock, and 1000 Improved Stock.
Sam Peterson won six Pro races, reached the podium 18 times, and won the 700 Improved Stock points title.
Justin Thomas won five times this season, and won the Modified King of the Hill Crown at the Afton, Wyoming, hillclimb.
Tayler Meyers won the Women’s 600 Stock season points titles, and finished second in Women’s Stock, Women’s Improved Stock, and Women’s Modified points.