In this weeks “for what it’s worth” news feature, Arctic Cat shared their brush with racing greatness as Tony Stewart rallied a custom built Arctic Cat at the Southern side-x-side nationals in Durhamtown, Georgia. Stewart, who recently announced his retirement as a full-time driver in NASCAR, kept true to his word of wanting to race in all sorts of other disciplines as he wheeled a 2017 Arctic Cat Wildcat X RG Pro in the Pro division and raced a custom-built 250hp Wildcat X in the Outlaw division. The event was held at the Durhamtown Off Road Resort on November 24 – 26. The 6,000 acre premier off-road riding facility is home to 14 tracks and 150 miles of one-way trails for riders of all experience levels to enjoy.

Stewart wasn't the only one behind the wheel of a Wildcat in Georgia. Jeremy Houle from Speedwerx ran this Wildcat X with Speedwerx’ 180hp Supercharger Kit. Houle finished 2nd in the Outlaw Class of the 3-hour Enduro.

Stewart wasn’t the only one behind the wheel of a Wildcat in Georgia. Jeremy Houle from Speedwerx ran this Wildcat X with Speedwerx’ 180hp Supercharger Kit. Houle finished 2nd in the Outlaw Class of the 3-hour Enduro.

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