Hibbert Positioned for 50th Career Win at Historic Milwaukee Mile

  • Tucker Hibbert
Goodridge, Minn. –  Monster Energy/Arctic Cat’s Tucker Hibbert is set for his 100th career start and 50th career win at the historic Milwaukee Mile this weekend at round two of the AMSOIL Championship Snocross Series (ACSS.)  For the first time, the oldest motor speedway in the world will be transformed into a snocross track for the Milwaukee Mile National.  Hibbert will take his 99th career start in the Pro Super Stock final Friday night.  If he wins, he will record his 49th pro victory.  That would set him up for his 100th career start and potential 50th pro win Saturday night in the Pro Open final. 

At only 25, Hibbert is already considered a veteran in the sport and proved last weekend he is still the man to beat.  At the season opener in Duluth Minn., he won all of his qualifying rounds and both pro finals, riding flawlessly in brutal conditions.  He was undefeated last season and has not lost a race, including qualifying rounds, since March 2008. 

Pro racing action begins Friday afternoon with Pro Super Stock qualifying.  Pro main events will take place under the lights Friday and Saturday night.  Check out isocracing.com for the full schedule along with more details on the event.

Tucker Hibbert – Milwaukee Mile National

• First Career Appearance at the Milwaukee Mile
Friday, Dec. 18                                                            Saturday, Dec. 19
3 p.m. - Pro Qualifying Begins                                    3 p.m. - Pro Qualifying Begins
7 p.m. - Opening Ceremonies                                    7 p.m. - Opening Ceremonies
9:45 - Pro Super Stock Final                                    9:15 - Pro Open Final
Tucker Hibbert #68 – Monster Energy/Arctic Cat

“I can’t wait to race at the Milwaukee Mile this weekend.  I’ve never been there but it’s exciting to know I’ll be racing at a venue with such rich racing history.   I try not to think about career wins but this is a big weekend.  It’s hard to believe I’ll be taking my 100th pro start.  That makes me sound old but I certainly don’t feel old!

After having so much success last season, I didn’t know what to expect this year.  Duluth was unbelievable and gave me a lot of confidence that I can have another strong season.  I can’t say enough good things about the Monster Energy/Arctic Cat crew.  They have my sled dialed in and I feel so strong on it.  It’s a good feeling pulling up to the starting line knowing I have great equipment. 

I know I have a target on my back but it just makes me work harder.  I have no plans on slowing down and am prepared to put my Monster Energy/Arctic Cat on top of the box again this weekend.”

Resources: tucker-hibbert.com • monsterenergy.com • arcticcat.com • isocracing.com