PRO – DANIEL BENHAM #221
Daniel Benham has proven he’s a podium contender and will pilot the #221 Arctic Cat in the Pro class.
“We are excited to have Benham added to the pro program this year. Dan has had great success, and we know he will be a consistent top contender.” – Paul Woodie, Team Owner
“Grateful for the opportunity to carry on my career with Arctic Cat and the Woodies Racing team. I have known the Woodies family since day one of my snocross career and they have treated me like family since. Excited to put our best foot forward and get to work.” – Dan Benham
PRO LITE – TRENT WITTWER #115
“We are also excited to have Trent Wittwer back representing the Pro Lite class. Trent has shown good speed and with the right equipment, we know that he can be a top contender as well. We appreciate all of the support from Arctic Cat to put us back in the pro program.” – Paul Woodie
“Happy to be back with WOODIES! And couldn’t be more excited about our program this year as well as getting to ride and train with Dan!” -Trent Wittwer
PRO WOMEN – TAVEN WOODIE
Fans of the Pro Women’s class won’t get to see Taven Woodie on the track this season. She will unfortunately be sitting this one out to recover fully from a re-torn ACL. Taven underwent surgery in August to repair the injury and reports she will still be a support staple for the team and is excited to return to the track for the 2024-2025 season.
With the addition of Trent Wittwer, long-time Factory Arctic Cat wrench, Jeff Wittwer, will join the Woodie’s team along with returning support from Ryan Duncan and Bob Dontelle.