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Ram Truck and Tucker Hibbert Look to Return to Winning Ways

November 19, 2014

Tucker Hibbert, 30, entered his first race at the age of eight and today stands as the most decorated snocross racer in history.

Tucker Hibbert, 30, entered his first race at the age of eight and today stands as the most decorated snocross racer in history.

Defending AMSOIL snocross series champion Tucker Hibbert  returns for the 2014-15 AMSOIL Championship Snocross season with the support of the  Ram Truck brand and eye toward a repeat title.

Hibbert, 30, claimed the 2013-14 International Series of Champions (ISOC) Pro Open Championship – his eighth national title – winning 15 of 17 Pro Open finals. It was his most successful among the 14 professional-class seasons he’s completed.

For the coming season, Hibbert’s team will add the Ram truck brand to its name and compete under the Monster Energy/Arctic Cat/Ram Truck banner.

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Hibbert is a two-time FIM World Snowcross champion, 12-time Winter X Games medalist, and has 95 professional victories and eight national snocross championship titles.

“Tucker Hibbert is the kind of ambassador any sport would dream of,” said Bob Hegbloom, President and CEO – Ram Truck Brand. “The fact that he’s out there with his Ram truck pulling his sleds over North America’s most demanding roads and through the most extreme weather conditions is a reflection of the real-life expectations Ram owners have of their trucks.”

In January 2014, Hibbert also became the most-winning racer in the history of snocross, and – with 95 wins under his belt – is expected to claim his 100th pro national victory this season.

Hibbert also competed in the 2014 Winter X Games, becoming the first winter athlete to win seven consecutive gold medals. With 12 medals overall, the Pelican Rapids, Minn., native is tied with snowboarder Kelly Clark for the most X Games medals in one discipline. Hibbert became the X Games youngest gold medalist at age 15.

Ram will also support Hibbert in his bid to earn his ninth Winter X Games gold.

“When the snocross season kicks off, our Monster Energy/Arctic Cat/Ram Truck team will be focused on racing – we don’t have time to worry about our trucks,” said Hibbert. “Our Ram trucks are reliable, capable and take us race to race through some of the snowiest parts of the country. Snocross fans are loyal, and they recognize that Ram is here, helping power their sport.”

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Ram Truck will return as the official truck of defending series champion Tucker Hibbert for the 2014-2015 AMSOIL Championship Snocross season.

Ram Truck also returns as Official Truck and presenting sponsor of the ISOC series, known as AMSOIL Championship Snocross, powered by Ram.

According to the series, 83.7 percent of AMSOIL Championship Snocross’ audience owns pickup trucks.

“When the weather turns cold, Ram Truck owners don’t hunker down indoors, they’re outdoors working, playing and getting things done,” added Ram’s Hegbloom. “Snowmobiles and pickup trucks go together hand in glove. When you look out over the ISOC parking lots, you see our customers and their trucks for as far as your eyes can see. Whether you need Ram’s 28-mpg best-in-class fuel efficiency or unmatched 30,000 pounds of towing, our trucks are out-performing the competition and exceeding our customers’ needs.”

Click to view: AMSOIL Championship Snocross TV Schedule

For the second consecutive year, Ram is also title sponsor of the Feb. 27 and 28 Soaring Eagle’s Ram Trucks National, held at the Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort in Mt. Pleasant, Mich.

In September, ISOC Officials announced a multi-year television agreement with CBS Sports Network.

The new television package kicks off on Sunday, Dec. 7, on CBS with a one-hour season-preview show that will include an in-depth Tucker Hibbert feature. Ram trucks will also be highlighted in the CBS preview. In total, beginning with AMSOIL Championship Snocross’ season-opening round at Spirit Mountain in Duluth, Minn., and running through the season finale in Lake Geneva, Wis., CBS Sports Network will air 17 one-hour ACS race programs.