Tucker Hibbert won his 39th career snocross race when he put his Monster Energy Arctic Cat Sno Pro across the finish line first in the 30-lap Pro Stock feature. Hibbert launched to an early lead, settled into a rhythm and led the race from flag-to-flag. 

In the new longer race format, it was more like an endurance race than a typical snocross. When on the podium, Hibbert said the longer race was a “way to separate the guys who work hard, and you’re looking at three guys who work hard to put on the best show we can.” Joining him on the podium in second was Polaris-driver Levi Lavallee and Arctic Cat driver Ryan Simons in third.

LaVallee was in third from the start, and moved ahead of teammate T.J. Gulla to take second. Gulla remained in third for much of the race, but couldn’t match the pace of Hibbert and LaVallee who turned consistent lap times. At race end, only four drivers finished 30 laps: Hibbert, LaVallee, Simons and Gulla who finished fourth. 

Pro Stock Final (pending tech inspection)

  1. Tucker Hibbert (Arctic Cat)
  2. Levi LaVallee (Polaris) 
  3. Ryan Simons (Arctic Cat)
  4. T.J. Gulla (Polaris)
  5. Matt Piche (Arctic Cat)
  6. Garth Kaufman (Arctic Cat)
  7. Mike Schultz (Ski-Doo)
  8. Brett Turcotte (Arctic Cat)
  9. D.J. Eckstrom (Polaris)
  10. Shaun Crapo (Polaris)
  11. Matt Judnick (Polaris)
  12. Mathieu Morin (Ski-Doo)
  13. Carl Schubitzke (Arctic Cat)

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