After a one year absence from the national snocross tour, BOSS Racing and team owner Garry Querel are returning to the sport in full force with their eyes set on yet another national title. This time in the Pro Lite division.
Querel has teamed with fellow Canadian businessman Gren Callan and his True North Motorsports team, as well as veteran tuner Dale Roes, to form a potent new Arctic Cat factory-backed effort that will field three riders in the Pro Lite class. The team’s BOSS Cat racers will also have support from long-time sponsors Stud Boy, FXR and Rox Speed F/X, as well as, Blud Lubricants, Dalton Industries, JR Concepts, Northern Crank and R12 Designs.
Headlining the team’s on track presence is Trent Wittwer. Wittwer is a multi-time winner in the Lites class and has also accumulated heat race wins while dabbling in the Pro division. Wittwer’s father, Jeff, a former employee of the Team Arctic race shop will be turning the wrenches for his son as well as advising for the entire team.
DYLAN ROES AND CALE CALLAN
Dylan Roes and Cale Callan will round out the squad carrying a couple of seasons of Pro Lite experience with them as they look to become weekly podium challengers in the class. Both Roes and Callan have experience racing Cats and bring amateur and regional titles to the table.
Dale Roes, who gained fame throughout the industry with his D & D Racing speed shop will bring his engine tuning experience to the program giving the team a head start on the competition.
See the new BOSS Cat on display this Saturday at Hay Days in the Arctic Cat booth.
Wish them all best of luck. GO CAT GO
They really need to use the color purple over blue. I’m sorry but the blue just has never looked right on the Cats. Back in 2019 when they brought the purple back – it looked so good. They need to embrace it and use it. Purple, green and black looks hella good. Please Cat stop using blue!!