Malcolm Chartier and Tim Tremblay create Déjà vu at Grand Prix Ski-Doo of Valcourt with repeat wins on Saturday, February 16.
In the Pro Open snocross finale, Tremblay charged the field from seventh place on lap one, and took the lead with two laps to go, to earn his second consecutive win. Tremblay was 10 seconds behind race leader Darrin Mees of Stanchfield, Minnesota, when he started his comeback. He crossed the finish line with a three second advantage. Corin Todd of Otego, NY finished third ahead of Swede Emil Ohman.
In the Pro Champ 440 final of the day, Malcolm Chartier beat Dustin Wahl of Greenbush, Minnesota. The race was stopped three times and on each restart, Chartier pulled away from the field to eventually score his second major win of the weekend. Quebec rider Felipe Roy-Lalonde of St-Jude finished third.
In the other final races of the day on the ice oval, Michael Soucy of Hopkinton, New Hampshire captured the Semi-Pro Formula 500 race ahead of Cole McMichael of Lefroy, Ontario and Sabrina Blanchet of Quebec City. The Open Motorbike race was won by Maxime Sylvestre of Berthierville. He was followed by Samuel Desbiens and Shawn Ford.
In snocross Pro Lite, Mike Wallenstein of Cadillac, Michigan won the final race of the day ahead of Jesse James Bonaduce of Somerville, New Jersey. Chris Robertson of Annan, Ontario took third place, followed by Montana Jess of Westminster, Mass.