I have no idea of that exact ski, but just for some background,
The most important stat is the waist (the middle number) in this case is 72 which is narrower compared to the typical skis sold these days.
Anything under 85mm these days people call "race skis" (although couple years back it was anything under 75).
When people say "race skis" what they mean is that the ski is designed just for on the trail, and not as good for going off into the powder or off trail. I read some industry stat saying 75% of skis sold in 2011 were designed with stuff to cater to people who wanted to go off trail (rocker technology and over 85mm in waist), so the tastes of what people want in their ski has drastically changed.
When looking at the other stats of your skis, they do not look like skis are designed for only expert skiers in competition. So don't feel that you do not have enough skills just because these are "race skis". I think they are designed for any level skier, so should work fine for you-if you like them. It all depends on you. Race in this case mainly means designed to perform best on-trail and will not do well off-trail.