Press Release –
P.J. WANDERSCHEID WINS $25,000 TLR CUP WITH DRIFT RACING
Largest Series Payday in Snowmobile Racing for the Hard-Charging Oval Racer
Combining blazing speed and race-winning performances with dogged consistency, P.J. Wanderscheid emerged from a fiercely-competitive field of Champ oval racers to claim the coveted 2012 TLR Cup and its $25,000 top-prize – the largest series payday in snowmobile racing.
With six events spread between Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan, the TLR Cup and its $101,000 total purse attracts the fastest oval racers in the world. Hailing from Sauk Centre, Minn., P.J. and the entire Wanderscheid Racing Team targeted the TLR Cup as a primary goal for the 2012 season. Wanderscheid captured the prestigious title with a win, two second-place finishes and three top-fives.
“Winning the TLR Cup is a huge achievement for me and the entire team,” said Wanderscheid. “It’s the most important series championship in oval racing with the fastest and most competitive racers. Plus it’s a huge payday!”
In addition to P.J. winning the Cup, Mark Wanderscheid was recognized for his outstanding work creating the Arctic Cat Champ race sled that he was named “TLR Mechanic of the Year.”
P.J. and the entire Wanderscheid Racing team race to the top of the podium wearing high-performance DRIFT Racing apparel.