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2x Teammates: P.J. Wanderscheid & Gary Moyle


(7/15/2011)

Remember the stunning battle between Team Arctic’s P.J. Wanderscheid and Ski-Doo’s Gary Moyle at the 2011 Eagle River World’s Championship?

If it’s repeated at the upcoming World’s Championship, it will be two Arctic Cat racers battling for the win.

 

Gary Moyle winning Eagle River in 2007 on Arctic Cat

Yep, Moyle's back on Team Arctic for this coming season! The Houghton, Mich. racer is a two-time Eagle River World's Champion, having won in 2005 and 2007. Once again, he'll partner with John Hooper for engine and chassis development.

 

P.J. Wanderscheid: 4-time World Champ Arctic Cat racer

Wanderscheid (of Sauk Centre, Minn.) is the only four-time World Champion, having won the historic fourth title at the 2011 event after a race-long battle with Moyle that many longtime fans say was one of the most dramatic finals in Eagle River history.

After the hoped-for at Eagle this coming season, these two oval legends will team up with Cadarette Racing to tackle the Soo International 500 enduro.

Cadarette Racing made history as the first Arctic Cat team to win the Soo 500, a feat they accomplished in 2010 with Troy DeWald and Jeff Leuenberger.

Together, this three-way powerhouse will make for a very interesting Soo 500 this coming season. While it's too early to make any predictions (particularly for a race that's proven time and again to be an elusive juggernaut), the combo of Cadarette/P.J./Moyle certainly suggest strong potential.

No matter the outcome, it's great to have Moyle back on Cat. I'm looking forward to the battles with and against P.J. Wanderscheid. Gonna be a fun season of racing.



Comments (9):

Bob Aasen says:
7/15/2011 5:04:00 PM

Hard to beat a man with a heart for this race the size of Texas. Go PJ.
Tom Rowland says:
7/15/2011 7:31:00 PM

This will be a Dynamic-Duo for sure!
jeff says:
7/16/2011 11:19:00 AM

correct me if i'm wrong but Moyle was running a Hooper engine this past season anyways. Also towards the end of season he didn't even have any Ski-doo decals on his sled. either way this is great news.

Kevin says:
7/16/2011 5:06:00 PM

I've been waiting for this - Gary is a fellow yooper and this is great news.
John Zanon says:
7/17/2011 9:46:00 PM

As a fellow YOOPER too, I agree with ya Kevin. Good news after hearing that the Sportech Team is switching from Cat to Polaris in snocross.
Andy says:
7/18/2011 7:36:00 AM

Gary did run Ski-Doo decals all year, but they were on the flatter area of the hood so not really visible from some angles. And he was running a Hooper Ski-Doo engine all season. Its going to be a fun season for sure!
Johnny says:
7/25/2011 10:03:00 AM

A great year for me to be a rookie at the 500. Man it would be cool to say i beat that team!!
Ric Federau says:
7/25/2011 10:35:00 AM

How about that?... The SOO I-500 titled the "JUGGERNAUT" among other outstanding titles. The SOO I-500 has earned extensive international recognition over the past few years. MORE and MORE international media coverage has moved this event into it's own arena for professional snowmobile endurance racing. The SOO I-500 being the ONLY mile ice oval snowmobile track in North America, has captured the interest of major T.V. networks and it's more obvious then ever. The likes of Speed Channel, NASH entertainment's TRU-TV, The WEATHER CHANNEL's award winning "Cantore's -Stories" and more! Media coverage abounds at the SOO I-500.

2012 is no different in the fact that more recognition for this Grand-Daddy event is certainly going to be present due to extreme media coverage and promotion from the managing directors.

The SOO International 500 has become a mecca for winter sports media coverage. The current I-500 board of directors is seeking to create the desire for more professional snowmobile racing teams to attend In addition to the outstanding drivers and teams who have been participating for years. Historically, the SOO I-500 has hosted professional drivers and teams which are no less in ability then any NASCAR driver or team. It's simply the WINTER RACING Venue that many consider the biggest challenge in snowmobile endurance oval track racing.

We are honored to have the likes of ALL teams and drivers who help to make the SOO I-500 the most recognized professional Snowmobile endurance race in the world.

2012 SOO I-500 is sure to offer more excitement then ever before. With the likes of such outstanding participants, we are truly excited about the 2012, 44th consecutive running of the worlds more recognized snowmobile endurance race.

On behalf of the SOO I-500 management staff, welcome aboard! It's all left turns from here.

Ric Federau
SOO International 500
Co-chairman, Director & Official Spokesperson.

Visit our web site: www.i-500.com & join us on the i-500 Face-Book F.P.

mr.gainer says:
10/28/2011 2:56:00 PM

why p.j doesn t come in valcourt québec? we are lucky we have a new racer in east of north america for artcic cat; COLT DELLANDREA!

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