Here’s the front row for Sunday’s Eagle River World Championship, with the fictional odds as stated on the Snow Goer Tip Sheet printed and distributed at the track.Click
here to see how each driver made it to the final.
Malcolm Chartier: Two-time defending champ is overwhelming favorite, but nobody has ever three-peated. 2-1 odds.
Matt Schulz: 2010 champ won all of his races Saturday; has experience, is driven and has fast sled. 4-1 odds.
Jordan Wahl: Fastest non-Ski-Doo; Wahl is a rising star — could end a 16-year team drought. 5 to 1 odds
Travis MacDonald: Has started all of his races fast this weekend but often faded later in events. Odds: 6-1
Nick Van Strydonk: Has a new sled but he fought some gremlins early Saturday. Must find consistency. Odds: 7-1
Joey Fjerstad: Semi-final winner running Felegy sled shouldn’t be overlooked. Odds: 7-1
Gunner Sterne: Though just 21, he has attempted to make the W.C. final 5 previous times. This will be his first. Odds: 10-1
Jason Lavallee: Quebec racer on year-old Chuck Villeneuve sled. Worked his way into final in tough semi. 10-1 odds.
Matt Ritchie: Had a rough weekend with crashes and seized engine. Crew had to rebuild overnight. 12-1 odds.
Glen Hart: Strong Pro Champ rookie has winning experience in vintage racing, and vintage hood. Odds: 12-1.