The 2022 national tour came to an end this weekend as the series made its way to Cannonsburg Ski Area in Michigan for the grand finale. After 16 rounds of racing over the course of three months, it all came down to this last weekend.
On Friday, Harr looked sporty and speedy, navigating the ski hills technicality and terrain with ease. However in the final, Harr had an unfortunate off and incident with another rider, which resulted in breaking some bones in his hand. Because of this, on Saturday he was only able to take starts and cautiously roll around the track. Although he was unable to be competitive, Harr still chose to get back in the saddle in an attempt to salvage as many points as possible. Despite the tough weekend, after 16 rounds of racing and a lot of speed and consistency along the way, Harr finished fourth in the Pro points chase.
Harr will undergo surgery this week to get his hand fixed and start healing. Teammate Carson Alread has an MRI scheduled this week where we will find out the extent of his shoulder injury and he will get it repaired to be back to form for next season.
All of us at Judnick Motorsports would like to thank everyone for their part in our successful season that saw us eight podium finishes and finishing top five in the Pro points chase. Our Klim/ Jack Links Polaris team will spend the off-season recovering, training, and looking forward to coming back strong and healthy for the 2023 season.
“It was a season full of some triumphs and some defeats, but overall I am happy with where we stand as it was our best year and finish in the Pro class in the past five years. The boys truly gave it their all and it showed and I am already excited for next season. In the 25 years I have been doing this, I can confidently say I feel stronger than ever as we have the right equipment, sponsors, riders and crew to be even more successful come next season. Emil had a breakout year with seven podium finishes and his first Pro win. Carson had a tough injury riddled season, but we know for a fact he will come back swinging and stronger. Both riders excite me and have such bright futures in this series which will be key for the longevity of this team and I feel like we’re just getting started.
None of this would be possible without our sponsors and everyone who supports our racing efforts. It takes a village and we appreciate each and every one of you immensely. We’re already looking forward to 2023 and feel as though it could be the best year yet.” – Scott Judnick, Team Owner