Plymouth, Minnesota (March 21, 2016) – Team Arctic snocross racers ended their 2016 ISOC National campaign at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin exactly like they started it: by winning more finals and taking more podiums.
Team Arctic’s Tucker Hibbert capped his season with his 120th career win and another Pro Open Championship – the 10th of his career, further underscoring the depth of his domination in the premier snocross class. Montana Jess stayed fast and consistent to capture the Pro Lite Championship title during a season that seldom saw the tenacious racer off the podium.
Joachim Olsen and Ryley Bester traded wins in Sport Lite classes, while Bester proved truly magnificent by also scoring wins in Junior 16-17 and Junior 14-15 to notch a rare triple. Team Arctic continued its dominance in the young support classes, with Eric Downs winning Junior 10-13, Taven Woodie winning Junior Girls 9-13 and Anson Scheele taking the Transition 8-12 class. All three classes saw podium sweeps by Arctic Cat.
“This was a season of great highlights from our snocross racers, teams and crews,” said Mike Kloety, Team Arctic Race Manager. “We won in nearly every class, often consistently, and we captured more total wins and podiums than our competition. It’s a testament to our racers, their teams and the performance of Arctic Cat ZR 6000R SX snowmobiles in the ProCross chassis.”
The next event for Team Arctic racers is the RMSHA hillclimb from March 24-27 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.