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Great Lakes Watercross PWC Race Newsletter

Great Lakes Watercross PWC Race Newsletter


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  • 1. Newsletter August, 2009 Rounds 4 and 5 of Racing Sponsored by Skat-Trak and the City of Kenosha are complete! Thank You to our sponsors, the competitors, and the fans for the making these Events Possible! Our next Event… Round 6 is the third and final event in the Triple Crown Series on the wide open waters of Lake Michigan. We will have one winner in SKI 2 “From the Seat” by Susan Voss #138 class and one winner in Kenosha News Article by Mark Runabout/Sport class. 3-4 Hornickel, Photos by Brian Passino Some of the prizes for winning this 5-6 Round 4 Award Pictures event are 7 Round 4 Awards and Freestyle Pics SKAT-TRAK IMPELLER, CASH PRIZE, Photos by L. Hyke ALL Aluminum SHOP STAND, TROPHY, 8 and our own CUSTOM CROWN for the 9-11 Round 5 Award Pictures “KING/QUEEN of the BIG WAVES” Round 5 Awards and current Triple 12 Crown points update 13-15 2009 GLW Final Points Chart Page 1 – GLW August Newsletter
  • 2. From The Seat of #138, Kawasaki STXR By: Susan Voss If you had asked me a few months ago if I thought that I would be racing Women's runabouts with the Great Lakes Watercross tour, the answer would have been..."yeah, right!" But thanks to the Bohat family selling me my STXR1200, it has opened up a whole new world of racing fun for me, getting my husband back into the sport and reconnecting him with some old school racing friends like John Valek and Joe Bohaczek...after many years, and many kids. We just finished races #4 and #5 at Pennoyer Park in Kenosha WI. The weather was perfect and the beach beautiful. The turnout was great, for both racers and spectators. Even bringing a visit from "Jamin" Jamie Schulz "The Jammer"...1992 X2 LTD world champion! As always, the race course was challenging yet a blast to ride, and Lake Michigan was reasonably calm. We like the addition of the pick up buoy...hats off to Scott Hyke for keeping everyone's safety his highest priority. We really like all the cast and crew of the tour; they all do a wonderful job. Overall a great race weekend for me....and the other racers from Oasis Performance Center. We all came home with several trophies, and I won a $100 Skat-Trak gift certificate. We are looking forward to race # 6 in Sheboygan... See You All There! # 138, Susan Voss, photo by L. Hyke Page 2 – GLW August Newsletter
  • 3. Cheryl Friedl of Kenosha rounds a buoy while competing in her first race at the Great Lakes Watercross at Pennoyer Park Saturday. Friedl A racer’s visor is covered with drops of water after a had never raced before entering Saturday’s race in Saturday’s Great Lakes Watercross at even on a whim. (KENOSHA NEWS PHOTO Pennoyer Park Saturday. BY BRIAN PASSINO) (KENOSHA NEWS PHOTO BY BRIAN PASSINO) Cheryl Friedl: “These guys are so much fun… Everybody’s helping me out.” (KENOSHA NEWS PHOTO BY BRIAN Racers are poised at the starting line during Saturday’s PASSINO) Great Lakes Watercross at Pennoyer Park. (KENOSHA NEWS PHOTO BY BRIAN PASSINO) Matt Johnson of Racine has horns Stuck on his helmet at Saturday’s Great Lakes Watercross races at Pennoyer Park. Brett Stumpf, left of Menasha, turns to avoid a KENOSHA downed rider during the first moto race at the Great NEWS Lakes Watercross at Pennoyer Park Saturday. PHOTO BY KENOSHA NEWS PHOTO BY BRIAN PASSINO) BRIAN PASSINO) Page 3 – GLW August Newsletter
  • 4. Cheryl Friedl has been skating around area lakes on a Jet Ski for years, but she discovered a whole different dimension of the sport on Saturday when she showed up at the Pennoyer Park Beach for the Great Lakes Watercross races. Friedl, 46, of Kenosha, entered the event on a whim, after seeing a flier for the event. Minutes before her racing debut on Saturday afternoon, Friedl was bursting with appreciation for her newfound friends and knowledge of watercross. “These guys are so fun.” She said. “It’s kind of nerve-racking to learn the race and the course. Everybody’s helping me out because otherwise I would have been lost.” In her race Friedl started strong and stayed in the middle of the pack but some uncertainty with the course prevented her from finishing. She missed a buoy on the multiple laps and misinterpreted a referee’s flay signals. “He was pointing at me that I did something wrong. So that’s why I left the race.” She said afterward. “But he wasn’t (disqualifying her); he was just trying to tell me that I missed a buoy.” Nonetheless, Friedl said the experience was an invigorating one that she wants to continue. “It’s just really fun to go in and out of the buoys. Just for fun, not even to win.” She said. “I don’t really care if I win at this point. You don’t even feel that the water is freezing. It’s so cool. The racing event continues today at Pennoyer Park with the Practice beginner at 9:30 a.m. and the last race beginning at 1 p.m. For Jet Skiers interested in breaking into the racing circuit like Friedl, registration is 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. About 60 Racers competed Saturday, race director Scott Hyke said. This weekend’s event is part of the 2009 Great Lakes Watercross Tour, which made a stop in Pleasant Prairie in May and will complete its season in Sheboygan in two weeks. The buoy-marked course is about the size of a football field. As many as six or seven riders race at a time, tearing across the water at speeds between 50 and 70 mph, depending on the type of Jet Ski. “You got an old Jet Ski and you want to try it, you just come out and give it a shot,” Hyke said. “We’ve got classes for everything. Stock, modified out to the ying yang, young, old, we go from beginner all the way up to master classes.” Mike Waspi, 66, of Burlington, was one of the racers who helped Friedl with racing strategy. He has been racing about 20 years. “The only thing is that I’d like to see more senior because I’m competing against 20-30, 40-year-olds,” he said. “I’m OK. I’ve taken first places but it takes a lot out of me. I can’t party all night.” Paul Sucharski, 40, of Waterford, also got a late introduction into the racing. He’s been riding Jet Skis for 18 years, but didn’t enter his first race until 2006. Now he regularly participates in watercross events across the region. “It’s a good time, and it’s a little different than just going out and goofing off and riding.” He said. “It’s got a purpose. This tour is a good combination of some guys out having a good time and a few serious guys.” Dozens of spectators watched the races from bleachers and lawn chairs Saturday and didn’t seem to mind the complexities of the races. Dale and Maxine Bequette, a retired couple from Arkansas, were parked in lawn chairs on the sand and came to watch the races during a stop to visit family in the area. They are a lot of fun.” Dale said. “A lot of the starts are very exciting, and it doesn’t look like you have to be a macho man to win.” Sucharski said, however, the racing is harder than it looks. “You can watch a guy on a lake, riding a stand-up and making turns and say, “Wow that guy looks really good,” he said. “Put a buoy out and say, “Now turn here.” It’s very different when you have to turn right here right now, and there are waves coming here and there’s chop from this and the other guy’s jet is in front of you. By Mark Hornickel Mhornickel@kenoshanews.com Page 4 – GLW August Newsletter
  • 5. VETERANS SKI OPEN: 1st – Josh Blum, not present PRO-AM SKI STOCK: 1st – Brett Stumpf for photo, 2nd – Steve King, 3rd – Martin Voss AMATEUR RA 4-STROKE STOCK: 1st – Brad AMATEUR RUNABOUT NA STOCK: 1st – Craig Bohat, 2nd – Joe Bohaczek, 3rd – Ken Quilt, not in pic Fritz, 2nd – Luke Fritz, 3rd – “Tricky” Sarenich WOMAN RUNABOUT LIMITED: 1st – Susan Voss JUNIOR SKI 13-15 STOCK: 1st – Spencer Sieracki, not shown in pic, 2nd – Brandon Zigler, 3rd – Devin Sarenich VETERANS RUNABOUT OPEN: 1st – Mike Waspi BEGINNER RUNABOUT LIMITED: 1st – Matt Johnson, 2nd – Cheryl Friedl Page 5 – GLW August Newsletter
  • 6. NOVICE RUNABOUT STOCK: 1st – Matt Johnson SPORT SPEC: 1st – Martin Voss, 2nd – Keith Spenner VINTAGE SKI 550/650: 1st – Gary Burtka, 2nd – Dylan VINTAGE SKI 750 2002+: 1st – Paul Sommers, Poetter, 3rd – David Kramer Jr., not shown in pic 2nd – Paul Sucharski, 3rd – Steve King MASTER SKI: 1st – Martin Voss NOVICE RUNABOUT LTD: 1st – Luke Fritz, 2nd Place – Tyler Tripp, 3rd Place – Kevin Gong EXPERT RUNABOUT LTD: 1st – Brad Bohat, 2nd Place NOVICE SKI STOCK: 1st – “Tricky” Sarenich, 2nd Place – – Joe Bohaczek, 3rd Place – Ken Quilt Rob Schatzle, 3rd Place – Spencer Sieracki (not in pic) Page 6 – GLW August Newsletter
  • 7. PRO FREESTYLE: 1st – Gary Burtka, 2nd Place – Greg Brock PRO-AM RUNABOUT STOCK: 1st – Brad Bohat, 2nd Place – Craig Fritz, 3rd Place – Joe Bohaczek No photo available for: NOVICE SKI LIMITED: 1st – Spencer Sieracki, 2nd – Christopher Parat, 3rd – Vito DePerte EXPERT SKI LIMITED: 1st – Josh Blum, 2nd – Steve King PRO-AM RUNABOUT OPEN: 1st – John Valek BEGINNER SKI LIMITED: 1st – Benjamin Gerlach Pro Freestylers Gary Burtka, pictured at left and above, and Greg Brock, pictured below, both put on great shows entertaining the crowd at the event. Page 7 – GLW August Newsletter
  • 8. The start of Expert Ski Limited on Saturday Josh blum and Spencer Sieracki high fiving after a banner race day US Coast Guard doing a fly over on race day Joe Bohaczek and Brad Bohat getting the jump on Craig Fritz Vintage Ski class blasting out of the start gate Page 8 – GLW August Newsletter
  • 9. NOVICE RA LIMITED: Luke Fritz – 1st Place, Tyler EXPERT SKI LTD: Josh Blum – 1st Place, Tripp (not in photo) – 2nd Place, John Epling – 3rd Place Steve King – 2nd Place NOVICE SKI STOCK: Spencer Sieracki – AMATEUR RA 4 STROKE STOCK: Brad 1st place, “Tricky” Sarenich – 2nd Place Bohat – 1st Place, Joe Bohaczek – 2nd Place, Ken Quilt (not in photo) – 3rd Place AMATEUR RA NA STOCK: Craig Fritz – 1st Place, Luke Fritz – 2nd Place, “Tricky” Sarenich – 3rd Place BEGINNER RA LTD AND NOVICE RA STOCK – Matt Johnson – 1st Place in both JUNIOR SKI 13-15 STOCK: Spencer Sieracki – 1st Place, Brandon Zigler – 2nd WOMEN RA LIMITED: Susan Voss – 1st Place Place, Devin Sarenich – 3rd Place Page 9 – GLW August Newsletter
  • 10. NOVICE SKI LTD: Spencer Sieracki – 1st Place, VETERANS RUNABOUT OPEN: Mike Waspi David Kramer Jr. – 2nd Place, Eric Bowden – 3rd Place – 1st Place VINTAGE SKI 750 2002+: Paul Sommers EXPERT RA LTD: Brad Bohat – 1st Place, Joe – 1st Place, Paul Sucharski – 2nd Place Bohaczek – 2nd Place, John Valek – 3rd Place (Rex showing his appreciation for Dad’s 3rd Place) VETERAN SKI OPEN: Josh Blum – 1st Place, Steve King – 2nd Place BEGINNER SKI LTD: Brody Zigler – 1st Place PRO-AM RA STOCK: Joe Bohaczek – 1st Place, Brad Bohat – 2nd Place, Jim Feagles (not in photo) JUNIOR SKI 13-15 LTD: Spencer 3rd Place Sieracki – 1st Place Page 10 – GLW August Newsletter
  • 11. No photo available for: PRO FREESTYLE: 1st – Gary Burtka, 2nd – Greg Brock MASTERS SKI: 1st – Scott Hyke, 2nd – Martin Voss VINTAGE SKI 550-650: 1st – Gary Burtka, 2nd – David Kramer Jr., 3rd – Eric Bowden SPORT SPEC: 1st – Eric Bowden, 2nd – Martin Voss EXPERT RA OPEN: 1st – John Valek PRO-AM SKI STOCK: 1st – Brett Stumpf Our Next Round is in Sheboygan, WI on August 9 and is the final round for the Great Lakes Watercross Triple Crown Series. Top Five Contenders thus far for the Triple Crown Award are listed below Go to www.greatlakeswatercross.com to view the complete Triple Crown Points chart H H Page 11 – GLW August Newsletter
  • 12. Current Point Standings Plac Total Name # City State Sponsor(s) Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Rd 6 Rd 7 e Points PRO AM SKI STOCK Stumpf Lancscaping/Plan B 1 Stumpf Brett 246 Menasha WI Kawasaki 120 60 60 Racing/Speedy Clean Drain & Sewer 2 Cebulski Jim 32 Channahon IL Yamaha Watcon/Slippery/JetTrim 113 60 53 3 Lavin Doug 727 Naperville IL Yamaha Watcon.com/Factory Pipe/Slippery/IPD 113 53 60 Riva/No Fear/Skat-Trak/Steiger 4 Blum Josh 57 La Crosse WI Tigershark 91 43 48 Powersports/585 Racing/Z-Force New 5 Pajerski Dean 720 MN Kawasaki EB Ski/Rollover Racing 60 60 Brighton PRO AM RUNABOUT STOCK Pleasant 1 Bohat Brad 138 WI Sea Doo 1. Sea Doo X Bounty 293 60 60 60 60 53 Prairie 1. Skat Trak 2. SeaDoo X Team Racing 2 Bohaczek Joe 563 Kenosha WI Sea Doo 214 53 53 48 60 3. Sammy Man Racing 1. City Sounds 2. Vetesniks 3. Rock 3 Fritz Craig 619 Boscobel WI Sea Doo 178 48 48 43 39 County Jet Ski 4 Quilt Ken 398 Prior Lake MN Yamaha Quilt Racing QR 86 43 43 5 Feagles Jim 247 Racine WI Yamaha JackAss Racing 48 48 6 Mulcahy Dan 365 West Allis WI Kawasaki JackAss Racing 43 43 7 Hyke Scott 148 Madison WI Kawasaki Great Lakes Watercross 39 39 PRO AM RUNABOUT OPEN Winthrop 1. Valek Enterprises 2. R&D 3. Green 1 Valek John 68 IL Yamaha 240 60 60 60 60 Harbor Hulk 4. Advent Ignitiions 5. Neilsen EXPERT RUNABOUT OPEN Winthrop 1. Valek Enterprises 2. R&D 3. Green 1 Valek John 68 IL Yamaha 60 60 Harbor Hulk 4. Advent Ignitiions 5. Neilsen EXPERT RUNABUT LIMITED Pleasant 1 Bohat Brad 138 WI Sea Doo Sea Doo X Bounty 279 60 60 39 60 60 Prairie 2 Quilt Ken 398 Prior Lake MN Yamaha Quilt Racing QR 253 53 53 60 48 39 1. Skat Trak 2. SeaDoo X Team Racing 3 Bohaczek Joe 563 Kenosha WI Sea Doo 245 43 48 48 53 53 3. Sammy Man Racing 1. Valek Enterprises 2. R&D 3. Green Winthrop 4 Valek John 68 IL Yamaha Hulk 4. Advent Ignitiions 5. Neilsen 222 39 43 53 39 48 Harbor Enterprises 1. City Sounds 2. Vetesniks 3. Rock 5 Fritz Craig 619 Boscobel WI Sea Doo 209 48 39 36 43 43 County Jet Ski 6 Feagles Jim 247 Racine WI Yamaha JackAss Racing 43 43 7 Hyke Scott 147 Madison WI Kawasaki Great Lakes Watercross 33 33 8 Mulcahy Dan 365 West Allis WI Kawasaki JackAss Racing 30 30 EXPERT SKI LIMITED 1. Riva 2. No Fear 3. Skat-Trak 4. 1 Blum Josh 57 La Crosse WI Tigershark Steiger Powersports 5. 585 Racing 6. Z- 228 48 60 60 60 Force 1. Watcon.com 2. Factory Pipe 3. 2 Lavin Doug 727 Naperville IL Yamaha 166 60 53 53 Slippery 4. IPD 3 Cebulski Jim 32 Channahon IL Yamaha 1. Watcon 2. Slipper 3. JetTrim 113 53 60 4 King Steve 240 La Crosse WI Kawasaki EB Ski/Steiger Powersports 106 53 53 AMATEUR RUNABOUT 800 LIMITED St Louis 1 Tripp Tyler 419 MN Seadoo 1. Race Ship Inc. 2. St Boni Motorsports 180 60 60 60 Park AMATEUR SKI OPEN 1 Freeman Daniel 59 Crystal Lake IL Yamaha 60 60 2 Bowden Eric 187 Algonquin IL Yamaha Oasis Performance 53 53 AMATEUR RUNABOUT 4 STROKE STOCK
  • 13. Pleasant 1 Bohat Brad 138 WI Sea Doo Sea Doo X Bounty 300 60 60 60 60 60 Prairie 1. Skat Trak 2. SeaDoo X Team Racing 2 Bohaczek Joe 563 Kenosha WI Sea Doo 250 53 43 48 53 53 3. Sammy Man Racing 3 Quilt Ken 398 Prior Lake MN Yamaha Quilt Racing QR 202 53 53 48 48 1. Renovatio Landscape & Design 2. 4 Trauth Nick 88 Naperville IL Yamaha 139 48 48 43 Riva Racing 5 Johnston Jeremiah 463 Milwaukee WI Kawasaki 86 43 43 AMATEUR RUNABOUT NATURALLY ASPIRATED STOCK 1. City Sounds 2. Vetesniks 3. Rock 1 Fritz Craig 619 Boscobel WI Sea Doo 300 60 60 60 60 60 County Jet Ski 1. City Sounds 2. Vetesniks #. Rock 2 Fritz Luke 618 Boscobel WI Sea Doo 260 53 48 53 53 53 County Jet Ski 1. Jamies Dawghouse 2. Great Lakes 3 Sarenich Tricky 11 Wrightstown WI kawasaki 96 48 48 Watercross 3. The Bar 4 Johnston Jeremiah 462 Milwaukee WI Kawasaki 48 48 NOVICE SKI STOCK 1 Sieracki Spencer 57 Winona MN Yamaha Jazz Motorsports 288 60 60 60 48 60 1. Jamies Dawghouse 2. Great Lakes 2 Sarenich Tricky 11 Wrightstown WI kawasaki 156 43 60 53 Watercross 3. The Bar 3 Schatzle Rob 4 Shakopee MN Kawasaki RSI/Plasma Energy Drink/Quilt Racing 106 53 53 4 Hummel Trip 694 Minooka IL not listed 92 53 39 5 Cook Travis 22 Waukesha WI Kawasaki Motosports Factory 82 39 43 Pleasant 1. Fox River PWC 2. EB Ski 3. Relax 6 Nelson Craig 334 WI Kawasaki 79 43 36 Prairie Waterford Dot Com 7 Dews Jason 147 Oak Brook IL Kawasaki Broke Down Racing 48 48 8 Cahow Bob 270 Plymouth MN Kawasaki 48 48 Factory Pipe/Hydroturf/Skat- 9 Schropfer Evan 111 Mound MN not listed 39 39 Trak/Watcon 10 Chris Paret 121 WI Yamaha 36 36 NOVICE SKI LIMITED Crystal 1 Freeman Daniel 59 IL Yamaha 174 53 39 39 43 Lake 2 Sieracki Spencer 57 Winona MN Yamaha Jazz Motorsports 173 53 60 60 3 Bowden Eric 187 Algonquin IL Yamaha 156 60 48 48 4 Kramer David, Jr. 9 WI Yamaha 101 48 53 5 Loge Chris 237 Souix Falls SD Kawasaki 60 60 6 Parat Christopher 121 McHenry IL Kawasaki 53 53 1. Jamies Dawghouse 2. Great Lakes 7 Sarenich Tricky 11 Wrightstown WI Kawasaki 43 43 Watercross 3. The Bar 8 DePerte Vito 115 Wildwood IL Yamaha 43 43 NOVICE RUNABOUT LIMITED City Sounds/Vetesniks/Rock County Jet 1 Fritz Luke 618 Boscobel WI Sea Doo 240 60 60 60 60 Ski Riva Racing/Skat-Trak/Toad Track and 2 Gong Kevin 717 Oconomowoc WI Sea Doo 233 48 53 48 48 36 Trail/Ischie Racing/Quilt Racing/TekBolt Fecs Place/Ace 3 Johnson Matt 666 Racine WI Honda Powerpowersports/Macboost.com/Ams 229 53 48 53 36 39 oil/spy Optics 4 Johnston Jeremiah 463 Milwaukee WI Kawasaki 179 60 43 33 43 5 Eppling John 138 Kenosha WI Sea Doo 126 39 39 48 St Louis 6 Tripp Tyler 106 MN Sea Doo Race Shop Inc/St boni Motorsports 106 53 53 Park 7 Schroepfer Dan 54 Mound MN not listed 43 43 8 Jensen Derek 483 Cary IL Sea Doo 43 43 9 Young Ryan 563 Briston WI Sea Doo 36 36 NOVICE RUNABOUT STOCK
  • 14. Fecs Place/Ace 1 Johnson Matt 666 Racine WI Honda Powerpowersports/Macboost.com/Ams 233 53 60 60 60 oil/spy Optics 2 Waspi Michael 224 Burlington WI not listed Waspi Trucking/EB Ski 120 60 60 WOMEN RUNABOUT LIMITED 1 Voss Susan 138 Harvard IL Yamaha Oasis Performance Center 240 60 60 60 60 2 Knupp Kelsey 114 Fort Dodge IA Kawasaki Fort Dodge Water Sports 53 53 JUNIOR SKI 13-15 STOCK 1 Sieracki Spencer 57 Winona MN Yamaha Jazz Motorsports 240 60 60 60 60 1. Jamies Dawghouse 2. Great Lakes 2 Sarenich Devin 11 Wrightstown WI Kawasaki 204 48 60 48 48 Watercross 3. The Bar 3 Zigler Brandon 413 Janesville WI Kawasaki Rock County Jet Ski 159 53 53 53 JUNIOR SKI 13-15 LIMITED 1 Sieracki Spencer 57 Winona MN Yamaha Jazz Motorsports 180 60 60 60 1. Jamies Dawghouse 2. Great Lakes 2 Sarenich Devin 11 Wrightstown WI Kawasaki 173 53 60 60 Watercross 3. The Bar SPORT SPEC Stevens 1. EBSki 2. Rock County Jet Ski 3. Excel 1 Schraufnagel Jim 53 WI Sea Doo 180 60 60 60 Point Clean 2 Voss Martin 43 Harvard IL Kawasaki Oasis Performance Center 166 53 60 53 Stevens 1. EB-Ski 2. Rock County Jet Ski 3. 3 Sommers Paul 600 WI Kawasaki 101 53 48 Point Furo Grafics 4 Bowden Eric 187 Algonquin IL Yamaha Oasis Performance 60 60 5 Spenner Keith 357 Delevan WI Kawasaki Rock County Jet Ski 53 53 6 Bohman Brian 111 Aurora IL not listed 48 48 1. Riva 2. No Fear 3. Skat-Trak 4. 7 Blum Josh 57 La Crosse WI Tigershark Steiger Powersports 5. 585 Racing 6. Z- 43 43 Force 8 Sucharski Paul 149 Waterford WI Kawasaki Riva Racing/Fox River PWC/World of 39 39 9 King Steve 2 La Crosse WI Kawasaki EB Ski/Steiger Powersports 36 36 VETERAN SKI OPEN 1 Voss Martin 165 Harvard IL Yamaha Oasis Performance Center 259 43 60 60 48 48 1. Riva 2. No Fear 3. Skat-Trak 4. 2 Blum Josh 57 La Crosse WI Tigershark Steiger Powersports 5. 585 Racing 6. Z- 216 48 48 60 60 Force 3 King Steve 240 La Crosse WI Kawasaki EB Ski/Steiger Powersports 159 53 53 53 4 Cebulski Jim 32 Channahon IL Yamaha 1. Watcon 2. Slipper 3. JetTrim 60 60 5 Ingalls Mark 174 Orono MN Kawasaki EB Ski/Steiger Powersports 53 53 VETERAN RUNABOUT OPEN 1 Waspi Michael 224 Burlington WI not listed Waspi Trucking/EB Ski 120 60 60 1. Quams Motorsports 2. Conant 2 Nordness Rob 785 Stoughton WI Kawasaki 60 60 Automtoive 3 Knupp Da ve 114 Fort Dodge IA Kawasaki Fort Dodge Water Sports 60 60 MASTER SKI 1 Voss Martin 165 Harvard IL Yamaha Oasis Performance Center 226 60 60 53 53 2 Hyke Scott 147 Madison WI Kawasaki Great Lakes Watercross 120 60 60 3 Knupp Dave 114 Fort Dodge IA Kawasaki Fort Dodge Water Sports 48 48 4 Sucharski Paul 149 Waterford WI Kawasaki Riva Racing/Fox River PWC/World of 43 43 VNTAGE SKI OPEN 550/650 1. Freestyle Factory.com 2. 1 Burtka Gary 13 Chicago IL Other 300 60 60 60 60 60 Twangled.com Crystal 2 Freeman Daniel 59 IL Yamaha 183 53 48 39 43 Lake 3 Bowden Eric 187 Algonquin IL Yamaha 149 48 53 48 4 Kramer David, Jr. 9 WI Yamaha Oasis Performance Center 101 48 53 5 Poetter Dylan 325 Little Chute WI Speedy Clean Drain and Sewer 53 53
  • 15. Crystal Team Motorsports/Team 6 Vanzeeland Luke 126 IL Yamaha 43 43 Lake Winnegaboland VINTAGE SKI OPEN 750 PRE 2002 Stevens 1. EB-Ski 2. Rock County Jet Ski 3. 1 Sommers Paul 53 WI Kawasaki 293 53 60 60 60 60 Point Furo Grafics 2 King Steve 2 La Crosse WI Kawasaki EB Ski/Steiger Powersports 209 60 48 53 48 Riva Racing/Fox River PWC/World of 3 Sucharski Paul 149 Waterford WI Yamaha 106 53 53 Powersorts 4 Voss Martin 165 Harvard IL Yamaha 1. Oasis Performance Center 96 43 53 5 Spenner Keith 357 Delevan WI Kawasaki Rock County Jet Ski 87 48 39 6 Johnston Jeremiah 461 Milwaukee WI Kawasaki 43 43 7 Voss James 0 West Allis WI Spirit of '76 Veterinary Clinic 43 43 8 Paret Chris 121 still needed WI Yamaha 39 39 9 Shelton Carter 321 Oak Creek WI Kawasaki 36 36 BEGINNER RUNABOUT LIMITED Fecs Place/Ace 1 Johnson Matt 666 Racine WI Honda Powerpowersports/Macboost.com/Ams 286 53 53 60 60 60 oil/spy Optics 2 Epling John 138 Kenosha WI Sea Doo 120 60 60 3 Friedl Cheryl 49 Kenosha WI 53 53 BEGINNER SKI LIMITED 1 Gerlach Benjamin 44 Island Lake IL 60 60 2 Zigler Brody 413 Janesville WI Kawasaki Rock County Jet Ski/EB Ski 60 60 PRO FREESTYLE 1 Burtka Gary N/A Chicago IL Other Freestyle Factory.com/Twangled.com 300 60 60 60 60 60 2 Brock Greg N/A Chicago IL Yamaha Freestyle Factory.com/Twangled.com 260 53 48 53 53 53 3 Hoffman Mike N/A Bensnville IL Yamaha Freestyle Factory.com/Twangled.com 101 48 53

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