Arctic Cat snowmobiles have always been built with the utmost of performance in mind. This stems from the hardworking engineers who live, eat and breathe beating the competition on the track, and the showroom floor.
To further ensure Arctic Cat Snowmobiles are at the engineering forefront, Troy Halvorson will shift roles from the Product Team Manager of the Performance and Racing segments, and assume the responsibility of Product Team Manager for the Mountain snowmobiles. Troy’s former role will be assumed by Team Arctic Cross Country racer/Engineer, Brian Dick.
“As a company, we are very excited to make this announcement. Both Troy and Brian are performance-minded individuals who are creative and enthusiastic, and will definitely raise the high-performance bar in their respective categories,” said Brad Darling VP/GM – Snowmobile Division.
Troy Halvorson is no stranger to performance snowmobiles at Arctic Cat. With 15years of experience starting as a project engineer for the late 90’s triples, then transitioning to the ZR Team to develop the Firecat and then adding race sled development to his plate, which included the Sno Pro 600.
An avid racer and race fan, Troy knows what it takes to build lightweight, high horsepower snowmobiles, and will be a welcome addition to the mountain team.
Brian Dick is well-known in racing circles as one of Team Arctic’s winning cross-country racers, who has also had a large influence on race sled and suspension design. Brian has 11 years of snowmobile engineering experience and will be sure to elevate this category in terms of performance output and continue Arctic Cat’s winning race heritage.
About Arctic Cat – Arctic Cat Inc., based in Thief River Falls, Minn., designs, engineers, manufactures and markets all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and snowmobiles under the Arctic Cat brand name, as well as related parts, garments and accessories. Its common stock is traded on the Nasdaq National Market under the ticker symbol “ACAT.”
More information about Arctic Cat and its products is available on the Internet at www.arcticcat.com.