Ask and you shall receive. With temperatures above freezing putting the track in peril, Saturday night racing under the lights was cut short early. Perhaps too many of us were hoping too much for cooler conditions on Sunday, because they certainly came. Despite freezing temperatures and close to 50 mile per hour winds, the race hosted by WSA Pro-Ice Racing and the Rock Rapids Sno-Lyons in Rock Rapids, Iowa continued on. Bundled up in more layers than a sheet cake, I stepped out of the trailer Sunday morning and made my way to the stands. Running off of a great weekend at the season opener, Matt Schulz was once again the man to beat in Pro Formula 600. Flying around the track on his Polaris, Schulz had no problem fending off the competition in the final. Finishing behind Schulz was the Polaris of Brandon Johnson, followed by a hard-charging P.J. Wanderscheid, on his Arctic Cat. One final that was missing from the weekend was the Pro Champ 440 final. Although qualifying rounds were completed, the final, which was scheduled to be the last race of the weekend, was not held. Racers decided against competing in the final due to worsening weather conditions. The race will be made up at the Forest Lake race. The Semi-Pro Champ race, however, was completed. The Ski-Doo of Travis MacDonald along with Curtis Boivin and Joey Fjerstad, both on Polaris sleds, battled back and forth all weekend. Ultimately, the win went to Fjerstad, with MacDonald on his mud flap and Boivin finishing third. A similar scenario played out in the Semi-Pro Open class with the same three switching positions. It was Boivin finishing in front this time around with Fjerstad finishing second and MacDonald third. Alex VanNatta, on his Polaris, was fast in the Junior classes. He pegged wins in Junior Novice, Junior I 380 Stock and Junior I Sprint. Also very fast on his Polaris was Beau Van Strydonk. He went on to win Junior III Sprint, Sprint 500 and Sprint 500 Open. He also finished second in to the Ski-Doo of Spencer Graff in Sprint 600 Open. WSA Pro-Ice Racing will host their next race in Forest Lake, Minn over the seventh and eight of February.