Snocross Racer Tim Tremblay Announces Retirement

Less than a year after sledheads lost all-time great Tucker Hibbert to retirement, Ski-Doo snocross star Tim Tremblay has announced he’s officially retiring from snowmobile racing.

Tim Tremblay has announced his retirement.

Tremblay has been a fixture on the ISOC starting line and podium for a decade, having earned 17 wins, 90 podiums and three overall points championships with both Warnert Racing and Scheuring Speed Sports.

“The last two seasons have been hard on my body and I feel now is a good time for me to retire. I’m happy to leave the sport in good health to spend more time with my two kids and beautiful wife at home writing our next chapter,” said Tremblay in a press release announcing the decision. “I’ve accomplished more than I thought in this sport with a very late start. I had a lot of success and worked really hard to make it happen, but also had great people in my corner to help me achieve my goals… I met a lot of amazing people throughout my career and I feel blessed I could realize my dreams and be a professional racer as a job.”

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