If you bleed green, you should appreciate this…in fact, if you appreciate racing in general (despite brand preference), this particular time in snowmobile racing should excite you. To me, seeing Herfindahl bring the new CATALYST platform across the finish line in Naytahwaush, is a victory for many many people – All those at the factory and Race Shop, Racers, Dealers and us consumers! Arctic Cat took a risk to put the CATALYST on the track early. A risk I don’t see other OEMs willing to take these days. This is the heart, spirit and racing heritage I love about this brand. Is CATALYST a resurgence of what wins on Sunday sells on Monday? Just might be. Congrats Zach and the rest of Team Arctic! You make this fella proud! – Kale
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Awesome to see! Looks like Cat did their homework. Love it!
Reminds me of watching the original ZR race when i was a kid. Was so excited to see my dad come home with that cool looking sled i seen race on TV. Best marketing IMO. So excited for next season!
hmmm, Fox Float’s and real windshields
yes it was fun being there this weekend to see it! great display test rides and the guys racing! one of the best weekends of the winter Naytawaush Night riders have done this event for 53 years! they do it right!
and they even got Kenny Grundhaus the man behind the wheel of the Cat Semi… great guy!
Ballsy move by Cat and Textron; glad to see it played out as hoped.
It would be nice to see what their plans are for the other displacement categories, especially the big bore 2-stroke but I’m guessing they aren’t willing to show their hand too early and give the competition time to react
The gauntlet has been thrown.
The marketing department in Georgia isn’t even proud (or aware?) of this accomplishment. Crickets!
Still feel bad for Abe Olson…..
Tucker Hibbert did the same thing
These two guys woyld win on any brand you put them on because they are that good.
Now if you really want to find out how good thw sled is put a 3rd or 4th place rider on one
and see where he finishes.