March 10, 2015 – Monster Energy / Arctic Cat / Ram Truck’s Tucker Hibbert is focused on capturing his ninth national pro snocross championship this weekend in Lake Geneva, Wisc. Friday through Sunday, Grand Geneva Resort’s ski hill will host the final stop of the 2015 ISOC National Snocross tour. With an 89-point lead in the championship chase and 135 points left on the line, the defending Pro Open Champion is in solid position to clinch the title.
It has already been a banner year for Hibbert. This winter, the 30-year-old from Pelican Rapids, Minn. captured his 100th pro national victory and eighth-consecutive X Games gold medal. On the ISOC National tour, he has won 10 of the 14 Pro Open final events and has not finished outside the top-10.
Tickets for the ISOC National Snocross Grand Finale can be purchased online and at the gate. Friday and Saturday, the event will be streamed live online at ustream.tv/isoc. Sunday’s pro racing action will be televised live on CBS Sports Network beginning at 3 p.m. ET. For more information, visit snocross.com.
Tucker Hibbert – #68 Monster Energy / Arctic Cat / Ram Truck
“It’s hard to believe we (the team) are gearing-up for the final event of the season. It’s been an awesome winter filled with a lot of hard work and success.”
“Lake Geneva has always been one of my favorite events. The track is big and technical. The weather is typically warm which makes it nice for the fans too.”
“It feels good heading into the final event of the season with a big points lead. My number one priority this weekend is to win the championship.”
Tucker Hibbert’s National Pro Snocross Championships
2014: Pro Open
2013: Pro Open
2011: Pro Open
2011: Pro Super Stock
2008: Pro Stock
2002: Pro Open
2002: Pro Stock
2001: Pro Open
Note: In 2012, the national snocross series consolidated the two pro classes into one class, Pro Open.
- Hometown: Pelican Rapids, Minnesota
- 13-Time X Games Medalist
- Eight-Time National Snocross Champion, 105 Pro National Snocross Wins
- 2012 and 2010 FIM Snowcross World Champion
Photo John Hanson