racing as I found the risk of injury was significantly less than
racing Motocross. I sold my CR and bought a Waveblaster in í93. I
entered my first race in í94 at a Region 7 event. I was
immediately blown away by the extreme high level of camaraderie
amongst the PWC racers. Everybody seemed willing to help anyone else
out in need. I immediately became hooked!
interesting moments in those early years was just feeling so
accepted and welcome at PWC racing events. Every weekend I met so
many different people from all over. My early excitement spread to
local friends and they too became hooked and pretty soon we were all
caravanning to any PWC race we could find. That was a great time and
beginning for me!
long did you stay on the Blaster and why did you decide to start
racing stand-up Skis? How
did you land in the Midwest from the nice sunny weather of the
I stayed on the Blaster for 2 seasons. I switched to Ski
class because it was more my style and more fun. When I started
racing Skis I realized it would take me a while to be competitive.
In 2 years I dominated the Novice Sport class and didnít want to
move up to Expert Sport. Instead I decided to only focus on the Ski