L-to-R: Dave Joanis, Tyler Adams, Ryan Simons, Logan Christian, Ryan Trout, Hunter Houle and Zach Herfindahl.
Christian Brothers Racing announces new additions to its team roster and sponsors for the 2015-2016 season.
In the racer category, Hunter Houle joins Christian Brothers Racing to contest the USXC cross-country circuit. Houle won the Junior 14-17 points championship last season and is the son of legendary racer Steve Houle, owner of Speedwerx.
Houle joins returning teammates Logan Christian, Davi Joanis, Zach Herfindahl, Ryan Simons, Tyler Adams and Ryan Trout.
Along with its returning family of sponsors, CBR welcomes Arcticwear, C-TEC2 Synthetic Oil, Country Cat, and 100% as new sponsors.
Synonymous with Arctic Cat racing success for decades, Arcticwear’s technologically advanced design and modern look give Arctic Cat racers an edge on the competition no matter what the conditions. Christian Brothers Racing has signed with Arcticwear for the 2015-2016 and will reap the advantages of the iconic brand as it contests the upcoming snowmobile racing season.
One of the most advanced synthetic snowmobile oils on the planet, C-TEC2 Synthetic Oil is specifically developed for use in Arctic Cat snowmobiles. It features superior lubrication qualities and unmatched cold flow capabilities for easy starting.
Country Cat is the Midwest’s leading Arctic Cat dealership. Country cat is a leading retailer of new and used Arctic Cat vehicles, parts and accessories and carries full lines of aftermarket goods as well.
Started in the 1980s on a shoestring budget, 100% was recently revived by its founder Drew Lien. The company has been refocused and is now what Lien always envisioned it to be, a clothing and accessories company making some of the best goggles in the world.
These new sponsors join the other key sponsors who have propelled Christian Brothers Racing to the forefront of snowmobile competition: Arctic Cat, Royal Distributing, DOC 360, Stud Boy, Speedwerx, Troy Lee Designs, Virus, FOX Shox, Camso, Hayes Brakes, C&A Pro, 139 Designs, Evolved SX, WASP, TekVest, Gama Aviation, Cycra and Leatt.
“Christian Brothers Racing takes its riders and sponsors seriously,” said team co-owner Dwight Christian. “Both have to be the best choice for representing our team and reaching our ultimate goal – winning.”
Since it was founded in 2002, Christian Brothers Racing has positioned itself as one of the most prominent and successful teams in snowmobile racing. The team has won some of the biggest races in snowmobiling including victories last season at the Soo I-500, the Winter X Games Hillcross and both USXC cross-country Pro points championships.