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Hibbert's Historic 100th: The Video Recap


(2/5/2015)

Tucker Hibbert notched his 100th Pro national snocross win this past weekend in Deadwood, SD, with a remarkable come-from-behind effort that raised the proverbial roof and added to his legend.

Here's the team's video recap of their historic weekend.



Comments (10):

Brian says:
2/5/2015 8:46:00 AM

Was great to see Tucker Hibbert win his 100th ProNat Snocross Race especially on that drama filled Sunday night final open race at Deadwood, SD (aka Martinsville track).

He pulled a sweet holeshot then in the second turn his cat got all paws stuck in that wall of Sakrete. Then does what best, he ripped apart that track with his mean Cat with all of his talents and made everyone else look like they were stand to take the win.

If you watch this ISOC youtube video of the race you can see why in many ways he is the best.

Tucker Hibbert's 100th Pro Win!: http://youtu.be/azZn7fNGP6M

Once again Congratulations to Tucker Hibbert and his Team also!!!

Ken says:
2/5/2015 11:01:00 AM

How do you put into words and describe the accomplishments of Tucker and his team for what they have done and given to all of us? They are truly AMAZING!!. Words are not enough. I would like to see the sponsors and fans give something back to them since they have given so much to us. Anyone have any ideas? I'm in!
Derek says:
2/5/2015 2:55:00 PM

This is the best snowmbile racer of all time. Give him a gold plated AC and Ram truck.

The entire AC team and the entire Hibbert family and the rest of Hibbert's sponsors are 1st class.
steensracing.com says:
2/7/2015 10:23:00 PM

Adding a couple more in NY this weekend just shows the talent, determination and dedication of the whole #68 Team!
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10/9/2015 2:52:00 AM

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10/9/2015 2:52:00 AM

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