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Pro Lite Rookies Wow –  #64 Andy Pake Wins and #44 Anson Scheele Qualifies First  

#64 Andy Pake first place Pro Lite finish was his first of the season

Christian Brothers Racing (CBR) is enjoying the success of the new year kicking off with #43 Logan Christian’s back-to-back Pro podiums at Canterbury and Deadwood, and now spreading to the CBR Pro Lite trailer in Iowa.

Coming out of Deadwood last week, #64 Andy Pake was confident his return to the podium was nearing, as he had run at the front of the Pro Lite class, but was just shy of reaching the box. Friday night in Iowa, Pake led the entire Pro Lite final after the first lap, showing strength, speed and confidence with his breakout, first-place finish of the season.

#64 Andy Pake calmed himself after this near yard sale on the first lap of Friday's Pro Lite final

Pake showed strength, speed and confidence in Fridays Pro Lite final

“Iowa was great. My Arctic Cat ZR held a strong start which put me at the front of the pack by the first corner. Shortly after, I moved to first, nearly had an off on the first lap [laughs], but calmed myself down, rode my own race, and held the lead until the end,” said Pake.

#44 Anson Scheele had his own breakout in the Pro Lite class qualifying first for the final

During Saturday’s Pro Lite qualifying, #44 Anson Scheele qualified first for the final after running two very strong rounds placing 2-1.

“It was a great feeling to qualify first for Saturday’s Pro Lite final. The Christian Brothers Racing equipment is really strong, as is my team, and most importantly, I feel like I’m steadily improving. I look forward to a couple weeks of practice and the races ahead of us as we compete in New York,” said Scheele.

#43 Pro Logan Christian

CBR spokesman and Team 43 Pro, Logan Christian said, “I’m happy for the rapid progression of Andy and Anson in our Pro Lite trailer. Everyone there deserves a win as they are working very hard for our sponsors and fans. The same goes for my team in our Pro trailer. Our equipment is working excellent, my qualifying in Iowa was great, but this was one of those weekends that doesn’t show our success or how great I feel. After getting tangled up in some early lap traffic both days during the finals, I battled from the back of the pack to respectable finishes, which maintained my points standing. Like the rest of our team, I look forward to New York.”

Pro #43 Logan Christian looked incredibly fast in Iowa

Next up for CBR is the Snocross National in Salamanca, New York, February 21 – February 22. 

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#44 Anson Scheele congratulates teammate #64 Andy Make on his Pro Lite win

#43 Logan Christian with his mechanic Betsy

The CBR team looks at data from #44 Anson Scheele's ZR

CBR gives away swag at every race and presented by ISOC track announcer Josie Christian

CBR fans can buy Team merchandise at every race. Maybe someday there will be ArcticInsider merch in there?

A future CBR rider?

#43 Logan Christian



  1. Keep up the good work guys! And Andy, quit damn near coming off your sled like we saw on lap one of the final…14,287 of us watching livestream simultaneously gasped at the same time!

  2. Good job on Cat. I see Capt. Kirk is still involved with sno cross? Does any one know what Tucker is up to? It seems that he basically walked away from the sport and all things AC/racing?

    Would be nice to see him (Tucker) race cross country or even start a race team. He would make an awesome fit into AC’s R&D department

  3. Great photos! Would love to see more inside the trailer of them working. Kale, how about an interview with Brad Pake and Aaron Scheele? Those two, and Kirk were my fav racers as a kid!


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