Wins all around for Rockstar Energy Polaris Racing at CSRA season opener in Sault Ste. Marie

Team Rockstar Energy Polaris Racing enjoyed a successful weekend of snowcross racing as the 2014/2015 Rockstar Energy Drink CSRA season kicked off at Searchmont Ski Resort in Sault Ste. Marie, ON. All three of the team’s drivers stayed consistent over the two days of handlebar banging action, ensuring a bounty of championship points were chalked up on the scoreboard.

 

On Saturday, Hayden, who is gunning for his eighth Pro Open National title this season, grabbed second place at the checkered flag in his first heat. He came out swinging in the second heat to take the win. A mediocre start in the final saw Hayden pour on the gas to manoeuvre his Polaris IQ 600 into a second place finish by the end of the race, just ahead of his teammate Dylan Hall, who finished third.

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