January 18, 2017 – Monster Energy / Arctic Cat / Ram Truck’s Tucker Hibbert is aiming for his 125th career win this weekend at the ISOC National Snocross tour’s Deadwood Snocross Shootout in Deadwood, SD. To reach this goal, the 10-time and defending champion needs to repeat his performance from last year by winning the Pro Open finals both Friday and Saturday night.
The Deadwood Shootout at Days of ‘76 Rodeo Grounds is known for high-intensity racing on its tight, bullring style track. Over the past four years, Hibbert has made his mark at this event winning five of the eight finals, including his 100th Pro National victory in 2015.
Pro racing action at the Deadwood Shootout kicks off Friday at 6 p.m. and repeats Saturday. The event will be streamed live on snocross.com/livestream and delay broadcast on CBS Sports Network. For more information, visit snocross.com.
Tucker Hibbert – Deadwood Shootout Statistics
Fifth Pro Appearance at Days of ‘76 Rodeo Grounds
2016: Pro Open 1 - 1st • Pro Open 2 - 1st
2015: Pro Open 1 - 2nd • Pro Open 2 - 1st (100th Pro National Win)
2014: Pro Open 1 - DQ • Pro Open 2 - 1st
2013: Pro Open 1 - 1st • Pro Open 2 - 5th
Tucker Hibbert - #68 Monster Energy / Arctic Cat / Ram Truck
On racing at the Deadwood Shootout:
“Deadwood has always been a crazy race for me. I’ve had a lot of success and exciting race wins there. It’s a small track and usually I’m not a big fan of that but for some reason, the rodeo grounds at Deadwood is a special place for me. I think the small track combined with the atmosphere of the race creates an intense racing environment that really gets the fans fired-up. I think the excitement of the fans and support I feel from Team 68 fans is what drives my success at this track.”
On racing for his 125th win:
“It would be awesome to get my 125th win at Deadwood since I got my 100th win there a couple years back. Honestly, I don’t worry too much about race wins, records and these benchmarks. For me and my team, it’s all about taking it race-by-race and making sure we’re 100% every time we pull-up to the start line.”
- Hometown: Pelican Rapids, Minnesota
- 10-Time National Snocross Champion - 123 Pro National Wins
- 14-Time X Games Medalist
- 2012 and 2010 FIM Snowcross World Champion