Scheuring Speed Sports is the original independent Super Team. Steve Scheuring was the first to bring in outside corporate sponsorships into the world of snocross. With outside sponsorship from AMSOIL synthetic Lubricants, the U.S. Air Force, Ford Trucks, and Milwaukee Tool, Scheuring speed sports is BRP’s premiere team and looks to regain the Championship this year. Scheuring Speed Sports has Racers Lincoln Lemieux who will compete again in the Pro Class and be a title contender Also returning this year is the reigning Pro Lite Champion Hunter Patenaude .Nate Lavalley will also be carrying our colors in the Sport class and sport lite. In addition to Steve Scheuring other team members include, Steve Thorsen, Elliott Burns,Jake DaSilva , and Gary Walton. Scheuring Speed Sports also operates the KLIM SnoCross Compound, the premiere snocross testing facility in North America.
Warnert Racing is one of snowmobile racing’s first true “super-teams” founded in 1999 by brothers Mark and Ron Warnert. The Saint Cloud, Minnesota based team this season is anchored by Pro riders Daniel Benham and Francis Pelletier for the 2020 season. The team is looking forward to a fruitful season after Francis secured the 2020 Pro-Lite Championship and Dan finishing up in the runner up position in the highly competitive Pro Class.
The Warnert Racing team is headquartered at Quadna Mountain Park in Hill City Minnesota. QMP is a completely equipped practice facility with a full array of snow making and grooming equipment. The racers are supported under the guidance of Andrew McLean and team technicians, Nate McConnell, Cody Fox and Cody Sandmann. Fine tuning is provided by the famed Steve Houle of Speedwerx.
BOSS Racing team owner, Garry Querel has put together a winning team for the 2021 ISOC Season. Elias Ishoel is the reigning 2 Time champion and he returns to go after a third championship. Always a fan favorite, Elias’ intense, aggressive style makes the Norwegian a contender to watch at every race. Jordan Lebel has been familiar with the podium early in his career. The 16 year old from Quebec, Canada will make his debut in the Pro Lite class and will most certainly be a favorite for the championship. Backed with experience the team will be led by Jayme Channey. Jayme’s success as a tuner will ensure the team will be up front at every round of the world’s most high profile snowmobile racing series the ISOC Snocross Series. Querel and his crew have earned more world titles and have more hands-on experience than any other snocross team in the business. It’s one of the main reasons Ski-Doo chooses to partner with BOSS Racing.
Bailey Motorsports has successfully raced for Ski Doo for over 20 years. Our 2021 season team will be represented by five athletes competing for championships on the CSRA circuit. To date the team has 30 championships to their credit and has won team of the year twice, making them one of the most successful teams in the CSRA. This season the team will be represented by #729 Ryan Hunt and #779 Tyler Billings racing Pro, #500 Brooklyn Karkoulas racing Pro Women, #501 Dakota Karkoulas in Junior Girls and #475 Hailey Belanger in Novice and Junior Girls. The team tests and practices at The Compound in Bracebridge Ontario, the facility is complete with our own snow making and groomers. The team is managed by Stuart Hunt and is supported by lead mechanics Glen Goodale and Troy Karkoulas. For more information on the team visit us at www.baileymotorsports.ca
Thene Motorsports from Clear Lake, MN is the newest team to join the Ski-doo program. Established in 2019 by Cory and Renae Thene. We will be entering the 2021 Season with a full lineup. Aki Pihlaja (Pro), Andy Pake (Pro Lite), Steve Matrin (Pro Plus), and Emeric Legendre (Sport). With the crew support of Buddy Rudy, Ossi Kiviniemi, Colton Lugert, Brad Pake, Will Valek and Mike Nemeth.
Anderson Racing is a Factory Skidoo snocross team started in 2004. The team went from something that they did strictly for fun from time to time into one of the top performing teams on the national tour. Though they are still a family-oriented team they now put their hearts and souls into the sport of snocross. On the team they have two Pro Lite riders, the Anderson brothers, Camryn and Korbyn. They also have added not only one of the top riders in the world but someone who has become a part of their family, Megan Brodeur. Megan is 3 time national champion and reigning champion. The team is owned by Mike Anderson, he is also very involved in a head mechanic role on the team. Anderson Racing is backed by many of the industry’s leading brands. Look for them on the ISOC National Tour, they travel the United States and Canada chasing checkered flags!