Hibbert to Race Final Two Summer Pro Motocross Events

Hibbert at Spring Creek
Hibbert at Spring Creek

August 14, 2013 – Crossover athlete Tucker Hibbert will continue his quest to capture his first Pro Motocross top-10 finish by competing in the final two rounds of the 2013 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. Saturday, he will line-up at the inaugural Utah National in Tooele then will continue to Southern California for the Lake Elsinore National August 24.

Known for his unmatched accomplishments in snocross, Hibbert has been a long-time competitor in Pro Motocross and recently stepped up to the premier 450-Class. What began as a passion has evolved into a training tool to stay physically and mentally sharp for the snocross season. He had a breakthrough ride in the second moto of the Washougal National by running in the top-15 the majority of the race.

Tucker Hibbert - #168
Tucker Hibbert – #168

Racing action from Utah and California will be broadcasted live on NBC Sports and Fuel TV. Additionally, all motos will be streamed online. For more details, visit allisports.com/motocross.

“I’m excited to get back to the races and focused on finishing the season strong. This is my 13th summer racing the nationals but it’s been a big learning year for me. Racing the 450-Class is no joke. Compared to my snocross team, I’m running a small program for motocross and it’s tricky to keep up with training, testing, track prep and traveling. I still have big goals I’m determined to reach in motocross and will keep pushing until I get there.”


Watch the Pro Motocross Nationals Live

August 17: Utah National – Tooele, UT

Moto 1: Live on NBC Sports – 3 p.m. ET

Moto 2: Live on Fuel TV – 5 p.m. ET

August 24: Lake Elsinore National – Lake Elsinore, CA

Moto 1: Live on NBC Sports – 3:30 p.m. ET

Moto 2: Live on Fuel TV – 6 p.m. ET

All four motos will be streamed online at allisports.com/motocross/live


• In 2012 and 2011, he raced snocross at Rio Tinto Stadium near Salt Lake City.

• In 2005, during a short hiatus from snocross, he lived in Lake Elsinore while competing in Supercross and Motocross full-time.

Fast Facts

• Hometown: Pelican Rapids, Minnesota

• 2012 and 2010 FIM Snowcross World Champion

• Seven-Time National Snocross Champion – 80 National Pro Wins

• 11-Time Snocross X Games Medalist

Resources: tucker-hibbert.com • monsterenergy.com • allisports.com/motocross

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