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Arctic Cats at the Soo 500 Enduro


(2/2/2012)

Check out these pix of the Arctic Cat race sleds that will be gunning for victory at the 44th Annual Soo 500 enduro.

The race goes down on Saturday. CLICK HERE for more info, including free live coverage.

 

Arctic Cat race sleds at the 2012 Soo 500 enduro

Here's one of two Cadarette Racing entries. This Sno Pro 600 will be piloted by Gary Moyle and Brian Dick.

 

Arctic Cat race sleds at the 2012 Soo 500 enduro

And the other Cadarette entry, piloted by 2010 Champion Troy DeWald.

 

Arctic Cat race sleds at the 2012 Soo 500 enduro

Arctic Cat race sleds at the 2012 Soo 500 enduro

Two shots of the Christian Bros. Racing entry, which will be man-handled by D.J. Ekre and Ryan Simons.

 

Arctic Cat race sleds at the 2012 Soo 500 enduro

The entry from Cat House Racing.

 

Arctic Cat race sleds at the 2012 Soo 500 enduro

The Tommie Bauer Racing ZR.

 

Arctic Cat race sleds at the 2012 Soo 500 enduro

The R&S Racing Firecat.

 

Arctic Cat race sleds at the 2012 Soo 500 enduro

The King Kat Racing X1 Firecat. They finished second last year!

 

Arctic Cat race sleds at the 2012 Soo 500 enduro

And the Ride-All Racing Sno Pro .

 

Arctic Cat race sleds at the 2012 Soo 500 enduro

The famed front straight. Soon to be packed with screaming fans and screaming sleds.

 

Arctic Cat race sleds at the 2012 Soo 500 enduro

I'm hoping and praying everything goes smoothly when they hit this corner at 75 mph.

 

Arctic Cat race sleds at the 2012 Soo 500 enduro

Race rigs parked on the infield.

 

Arctic Cat race sleds at the 2012 Soo 500 enduro

And calling the race will be none other than ol' golden throat Chad Colby. Thanks for sending the pix, Chad!



Comments (22):

Chad Colby says:
2/2/2012 3:58:00 PM

Thanks John.... I'm sure all your CAT fans would like this!

Follow along all weekend on links below.
Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/SooI500

Ustream FREE live audio & video feeds
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Live Timing
http://livetiming.net/i500
jimu@sledracer.com says:
2/2/2012 4:21:00 PM

Nice shirt Chad! Check's in the mail.
Karen Corrigan Colby says:
2/2/2012 4:25:00 PM

I think you need to make a Little Lego Colby - I could use one around the house that talks a little less..... :)
Ryan Spencer says:
2/2/2012 9:16:00 PM

Who's riding with Troy? Is he riding solo?
jeff says:
2/3/2012 7:07:00 AM

awesome so many versions of Cat chassis running this race. what ever happened to PJ? i thought he was running with Moyle.
Ryan Spencer says:
2/3/2012 9:25:00 AM

PJ decided not to race because of the TLR Cup race on Sunday in Minnesota
artdcat says:
2/3/2012 2:12:00 PM

Who are these guys?

The King Kat Racing X1 Firecat
Tom Rowland says:
2/4/2012 8:16:00 PM

Christian Bros, second place finish...plus...2 more Arctic teams in top 5!
Mike F says:
2/4/2012 9:02:00 PM

Way to go to all the USCC guys! Pat would be proud!
jimu@sledracer.com says:
2/6/2012 12:18:00 PM

King Kat Racing is Isaac Wolfgang
Chad Colby says:
2/6/2012 1:23:00 PM

Look closely at the front of those NEW cats.... #52 sled, has stock front parts, #21/#66 have some oval go fast parts, interesting don't you think? Oh and check out the SUPER neat brake vent, down low on #52 sled.

Those NEW cats ran GREAT considering a new chassis and all, a REAL strong statement for that new sled. Congrats to all the riders at this years Soo I-500.

Also the #19 sled, who lead for 70- laps, did VERY well (had 3cyl too) and was rode by ONE rider!

Great race!
Jeremiah Johnson says:
2/6/2012 3:48:00 PM

King Kat racing is a team my father (Jeff) and Mel Winnie own. We started in 2010 and continue to get better every year. We had Isaac Wolfgang and Eric Rouland (dad is John from Northern Crankshaft) driving and we were running 8th before breaking on lap 406. All on a stock F6 EFI! check us out on Facebook!

Also I gotta say heck of a job to Cody Badour who ran the entire race on his own. Heck of a ride bud!
Johnny says:
2/9/2012 12:31:00 PM

THEEEE eric roland that would talk to on the phone for hours on end at Cat tech line. Nice job eric.
Rumi says:
3/24/2014 12:13:00 AM

Thanks little louie, I had fun that day! Now if only the make-up artsit hadn't made my eyebrows so dark Oh well, you are a wonderful photographer and make everyone look great!
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