This thing is as tight as it could get – and it will all be decided tomorrow at Wolf Lake in Alexandria, Minnesota. The total field is down to just 15 drivers battling for the top spot in 3 divisions, or the top spot overall to become the 2006 Vintage SnoPro Master. Points totals can be found in the racing section. Only one individual class is locked up – Sean Smith of Wasilla, Alaska owns the 250cc liquid class on his 77 Arctic Cat Z. Everything else will be decided tomorrow!

One very interesting note – Bill “Elvis” Stull. If you’ve been around vintage snowmobiling for any length of time, you likely know who Elvis is. Elvis is running 3 Rupp sleds in the series and is neck and neck with last years winner Mark Anderson and our other great story of the year, Jay Sperry Jr. who returned to racing this year after racing for many years back in the 70’s!

And here is the interesting part: Even though Bill is ahead in the overall points, he has yet to make a first place finish in any race in the series! He has, however, finished consistently in the top of the pack, and in many classes. Persistance pays.

Can Bill hold off Mark, Nathan “I like coming from behind” Westlund, Jay Sperry Jr., Sean “If I win I meet more giris” Smith and World Champion Jacob Goede? I spoke with Bill over the weekend and he’s making big changes to his sled to try and not only hold them off – but to break through and get to that checkered flag first!

See you in Alexandria! Directions to the race can be found here. (Bottom of the page)

Bill Stull
Mark Anderson
Jay Sperry Jr.
Nathan Westlund
Sean Smith
Arctic Cat
Jacob Goede
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