It was deja vu all over again at the TLR Cup 440 final at the Wausau 525. Two-time world champion Malcolm Chartier reigned supreme at the 525 as well.
Chartier had to beat respective second and third place finishers Jordan Wahl and Wausau's own Matt Schulz.
"The race went well, we actually had a great start," says Chartier. "I didn't have all the smoke I needed to have, but I was able to get the pass back on Jordan and Cardell broke so I knew right when it happened that it was time for me to go and make a move on Jordan to win the race."
Second place finisher, Jordan Wahl said the weather conditions impacted aspects of the race.
"The visibility was definitely down just because how cold it was," said Wahl. "The wind helped a little bit to blow snow dust away, but it wasn't real good once you got behind someone."
Wausau's Matt Schulz took third, leaving the #38 sled winless yet again at his home track on Sundays.
"We want to get a win, we've won 4 times here on Saturday, and we just never got a win here on Sunday, but we'll get it yet," said Schulz.
"We come to the race track wanting to win, but we keep it in the back of our mind that we want to have fun because this is a hobby to us," said Chartier. "It's not my income but I just really enjoy doing it."
Chartier says he's now preparing for his next race at the Winter Spectacular in Alexandria, Minnesota, where he can look to continue his winning streak.