Duncanson Wins Ultimax® NHRA® Pro-Stock Snowmobile Race

July 30, 2014

Tiina Duncanson of That Girl Racing won the Ultimax NHRA Pro-Stock Snowmobile Race at the New England Nationals. Before a capacity crowd of 50,000, Tiina defeated Mark Case of Bichteman Racing 8.28 @ 156 mph to 9.53 @ 149 mph. Duncanson dominated the event, qualifying number one with a 8.21 @ 157 mph. The 8.21 pass has been recognized by the NHRA as the official record run for the class.

Tiina depends on an Ultimax drive belt to power her sled. Ultimax belts are designed to provide optimum performance on the track or on the trail. Champions and enthusiasts alike choose Ultimax. With specially formulated rubber compounds and extra strong aramid cord, Ultimax belts are proudly made in the USA.

You can meet Tiina in the Ultimax booth at the Toronto Snowmobile, ATV and Powersports Show October 24-26, 2014.

Congratulations Tiina from your friends at Ultimax Belts!

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