Team Arctic showed its new sleds have what it takes to win in the grass this last weekend. Arctic won all of the podium positions in the Stock 700 class and took one, two and four in the Stock AAA Open at this year's Haydays in Forest Lake, Minnesota, according to a Team Arctic press release.
"It's always good for the team to do well at Haydays," said Team Arctic Drag Racing Coordinator, Al Shimpa. "It's the biggest drag race of the season, and they all worked very hard to be at their best, especially with limited time aboard the new CFR 800. This sled is going to get even better throughout the season."
Scott Moser of Lowville, N.Y.came in with the top podium positions in Open Stock class with 90 mph on an Arctic Cat CFR 800.
Glen Hall of Gordon, Wis. finished second in the Open Stock class with 87 mph and first in the Stock 800 with 90 mph.
"Arctic Cat and the CFR 800 in particular, truly delivered on our message of building the World's Fastest Snowmobiles at Hay Days this year," said Cat's Public Relations guru Kale Wainer.
In addition, Jamie Edwards led a group of Team Arctic racers to place in every poll position in the Stock 700 class.
In the Stock 600 class, Pro racers on Ski-Doos took podium spots in one, three and four with Guy Breton finishing first.
In addition, Jim Jones took second in the Stock 600 class on his Yamaha snowmobile.
Jim Wentworth, owner of One Stop Performance, and racer AJ Lacasse set a new world record with their record breaking ET of 3.895 at 131MPH, according to a One Stop Performance press release.
Sno Baron's race results are now available and can be found on their website.