Team Arctic racers piloted the 600 Sno Pro to major snocross and cross country championships in 2010.
The Sno Pro 600 dominated Snocross as evidenced by Tucker Hibbert’s fourth-straight Gold Medal at Winter Xgames. Additionally, Arctic Cat racers swept the podium at the FIM Snocross World Championship in Sweden. As well, Cadarette Racing piloted its Sno Pro 600 to the checkered flag winning the most prestigious snowmobile enduro in the world – Arctic Cats first-ever win in 42 years.
The Sno Pro 600XC did plenty of house cleaning in the Cross Country arena as well. Dan Ebert’s overall victory capped an emotional and wildly successful USCC I-500 for Team Arctic that included 11 of 13 class wins. Brian Dick’s remarkable success in USCC highlighted a season in which Team Arctic racers won 14 of 18 class championships and numerous race victories. In addition to his Pro Championship title, Dick was named USCC Racer of the Year.
“Our wide spread success with the Sno Pro has been phenomenal based on our Team Arctic race results,” says Mike Kloety, Team Arctic race manager. “But for 2011, that’s not good enough for Team Arctic Race engineers who work day and night to develop these high-performance race sleds. They’ve painstakingly improved performance throughout the entire snowmobile by increasing durability, on-track performance and ride calibration; key factors that allow Team Arctic racers to further dominate the race track.”
Full 2011 Sno Pro 600 updates and additional photos are available below the jump.