Hibbert Welcomes New and Long-Standing Partners to Snocross Team

Tucker Hibbert will welcome both new and long-standing partners to his factory-supported snowmobile team for the 2011/2012 ISOC Racing National Snocross Tour. Monster Energy will headline the program as Hibbert defends his 2011 Pro Open National Championship aboard Arctic Cat’s all-new Sno Pro 600. New to team Monster Energy/Arctic Cat this season are Hot Stuff Pizza, APV Synthetic Oil and TekVest.

Hot Stuff Pizza announced its plans to rollout a national promotion wrapped around Hibbert that will give consumers a chance to win a VIP trip to a race, free pizza, snowmobile gear and more. Hot Stuff Pizza franchises over 1000 restaurant locations worldwide.

Hibbert will rely exclusively on APV Synthetic Oil to protect and lubricate his Speedwerx modified Arctic Cat 600 race engines. APV produces performance-oriented lubricants specifically formulated for Arctic Cat race and consumer snowmobiles.

For over ten years, Hibbert has put his trust into TekVest’s upper body protection. He believes in the quality of the product and the protection it provides riders on the track and trail.

Long-time supporters of Hibbert returning to the team include: Castle X Racewear, Stud Boy Traction, Speedwerx, FOX Racing Shox, Spy Optic, Leatt, Kicker, Digital Ink Design & Graphics and CTi.

The Monster Energy/Arctic Cat team transporter will debut its new look Thanksgiving Day when it hits the road for Hibbert’s first race of the season in Duluth, Minn. Nov. 25-27. The 20th Annual Duluth National will mark the beginning of his 12th professional snocross season. For his full schedule, log on to www.tucker-hibbert.com.

Tucker Hibbert – #68 Monster Energy/Arctic Cat
“It’s a good feeling entering a new race season knowing I have solid people and brands behind me. It’s an honor having the opportunity to represent companies passionate about creating quality products. It’s a big year for me defending my title. I have high expectations for myself and everyone involved in my program. I can’t wait to hit the track at Duluth!”