Not too many guys can jump on their own replica sled and ride from the race shop to a national event. Actually, Tucker Hibbert is the only one who can pull that move and that’s just what he did on Saturday at the Fargo National. Check it out.
The latest installment of Tucker TV is now online. We will also be posting a recap with the Judnick Motorsports team in the next couple of days.
T-Train TV is back on the air. Follow his link under Rider Films to catch any episodes you may not see the first time around.
Auburn Hills, Mich. , Oct 29, 2012 – Ram Truck brand announced today an official multi-year sponsorship of two-time FIM Snowcross World champion, six-time national snocross champion and 10-time ESPN Winter X Games medalist Tucker Hibbert.
Hibbert, 28, is the most decorated snowmobile athlete in history. He is one of only three athletes to claim the gold (medal) five-peat and will compete for the first-ever gold six-peat at the 2013 Winter X Games in Aspen, Colo., Jan. 24-27.
“Wintertime capability and durability are fundamental Ram Truck attributes, so our involvement with America’s top snowmobiler is a natural association,” said Fred Diaz, President and CEO – Ram Truck Brand and Chrysler de Mexico. “Tucker Hibbert and his crew have been faithful Ram customers for many years and their Heavy Duty trucks have served them well.”
As part of the sponsorship, Ram will be recognized as the official truck partner of Hibbert and his Monster Energy/Arctic Cat team. Ram trucks will support Hibbert and his team throughout the International Series of Champions (ISOC) season and the 2013 Winter X Games. The snowmobile enthusiast market reflects a high proportion of truck owners and represents a new marketing and promotion venue for the Ram Truck brand.
“Ram is the perfect partner for my race team,” Hibbert said. “We need reliable trucks all season long for our races and events, and the hardworking Ram trucks will get the job done.”
Each year, Hibbert’s team heads out in search for mountains with early snow to test their snowmobiles. Feet of snow cover the narrow mountain trails, but their Ram truck always powers through to get him and his crew to their testing destination.
“Folks up north are already gearing up for the winter season and pickup trucks are their No. 1 choice for transportation and towing,” Diaz said. “Tucker and his team will be able to cover more miles, more comfortably and more reliably in a Ram truck.”
Hibbert’s first race is the International Series of Champions (ISOC) National Snocross Series seasonopen at Spirit Mountain in Duluth, Minn., Nov. 23-25.
Only a few days after winning the 2012 FIM Snowcross World Championship in Russia, Monster Energy/Arctic Cat’s Tucker Hibbert returned to Minnesota to compete at his home race. For the first time, Buffalo River Race Track in Glyndon, Minn. hosted a National Snocross event. In this video, follow Tucker on the track and in his trailer at the 2012 Fargo National.
Round 7 of the ISOC National Snocross Tour took place indoors at Pontiac, Michigan’s Silverdome. Take a look back at this unique night of racing from Tucker Hibbert’s point of view.
John Hanson is back with another outstanding video chronology highlighting Tucker Hibbert’s winning weekend at the AMSOIL Championship Snocross Series event in Shakopee, Minnesota. Round 6 marked professional win number 68 for the rider of the number 68 Monster Energy Arctic Cat, in a weekend that featured some of the best Pro Open combat in history.
Another sweet film from John Hanson Images, behind the scenes on the T-Train channel.