Christian Brothers Racing Heads To Duluth Opener With New Rider Lineup

Fertile, Minn. (November 26, 2013) - Temps are dropping and the first rounds of testing are already in the books. As The snowmobile racing world prepares to kick off its season at the Duluth National Snocross this coming November 29-December 1, Christian Brothers Racing is making final preparations to enter the season with a lineup of new and returning riders. New to the team are:

Dave Joanis - Joanis took four Pro Lite wins last season on his way to finishing third overall in Pro Lite points on the ISOC National circuit. This will be his rookie season in the Pro Open class.

Marica Renheim
- Renheim wowed fans when she showed up to Duluth last season and won the Pro Am Women class, beating ISOC regulars her first time out. She has an impressive resume and has been snocross champion in her native Sweden for the past three seasons.

Returning to the team for 2013-2014 are:

Logan Christian - the 2011 ISOC Pro Open Rookie Of The Year had an impressive comeback season last year after a rocky post-knee surgery 2012 season. Christian stood on the podium at the Deadwood race as well as overseas at Clash of Nations.

Tyler Adams - Adams fought it out last year in the highly-competitive ISOC National Sport class where he was a Top 10 points finisher. Adams returns to that class for 2013-2014 more experienced and looking for race wins.

Evan Christian
- one of the top up-and-coming riders in snocross, Evan Christian typically ends his weekend standing on the podium. He will race the Junior and Transition classes again this season.

"I think this is the strongest lineup the team has had in a long time," said Christian Brothers Racing Team co-owner Dwight Christian. "We have five riders who can win on any given weekend. I'm looking forward to the season and some great results."