The veteran podium racing snocross on the Circuit Yvon-Duhamel, Megan Brodeur returns after a busy year and a season of racing worthy of mention. Strong of its experience, it is with confidence that it treads the acrobatic course in the centre of the oval of ice the Grand prix Ski-Doo of Valcourt, which begins Friday.
Megan Brodeur won the championship last year and it is a good advance that she intends to keep her title. With three weekends to race, this is Wisconsin in mid-march that the dice will be thrown.
“It’s going very well. I’m first in the championship standings this year with more than half the season completed. I have a 47-point lead over second position. I have good chances to keep the first position up to the final and win once more the championship “, says with confidence the athlete of Coaticook.
Brodeur participates in the circuit american snocross for the past five years. “Now that I’m in the circuit the american, time is missing for me to participate in the tour of quebec. Race at Valcourt pleases me a lot, because my family can come see me, the atmosphere is great and the people speak French. I can also review the people with whom I started in snocross and see where they are made, and to know the newcomers, ” says the one who is a member of the team Ski-Doo.
In Valcourt, Megan Brodeur will defend its crowns acquired in recent years at the Grand prix. “I go there with the goal to defend my title and remain the winner in the pro class Woman in snocross. I courserai at the height of my abilities, in the pleasure, ” says the passionate racing snowmobiles since the age of 10 years.
In good physical and mental shape, the no. 31 in snocross will be to eat well and be well hydrated by Sunday, the day of his race in the pro class woman. “I take the opportunity also to see my friends and familiarizing myself with the track and the lines curve,” says the Coaticookoise and a student at the College.
Among the drivers to watch, Brodeur mentions Jason Yurk in the pro class and Tim Tremblay of the team Ski-Doo. “In the pro class woman, I don’t know. My main rivals are from the United States and do not participate in the Grand Prix of Valcourt since this destination is not part of the championship in which we perform “, she explains.
Although it will not race on Sunday, Megan Brodeur will be this Saturday for a tour of a snowmobile with the winners of a competition run by Performance NC. “I take the opportunity also to encourage my little sister, Oceane, who will make his debut at the Grand Prix in snobike “, it announced.
The full schedule of races is available on the official website of the Grand prix in www.grandprixvalcourt.com.