November 28, 2011 – Defending AMSOIL Championship Snocross Series Champion, Tucker Hibbert, gained valuable seat time on Arctic Cat’s all-new 2012 Sno Pro 600 chassis and left the opening round of the series in Duluth, Minn. sitting second in the Pro Open Points Championship chase. The Monster Energy/Arctic Cat rider showcased his ability to move through the pack on a difficult track, making him a force to be reckoned with this winter.
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Just a reminder that Tucker’s first race of the season is this weekend in Duluth, MN.
You can watch the event live online at www.ustream.tv/xsantv
Nov. 18, 2011 – 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.
Snowmobiling generates $28 billion in North America
“ISMA is reporting that the snowmobile community generates over 28 billion dollars in economic activity in North America.
Snowmobiling supports over 90,000 full time jobs and generates millions of tax dollars, according to ISMA.
The production and sales of snowmobiles and the related products generates substantive economic impact and employment. In addition, there are thousands of snowmobile dealers and distributors of snowmobile parts that generate significant economic impact locally and nationally.
The largest single impact of snowmobiling can be seen in studying the Tourism Activity reports.
In addition to snowmobile tourism, there are many snowmobiling events which generate millions of dollars of economic impact which are not considered in economic impact studies. Whether it is a snowmobile grass drag, an oval race, snocross race or a hill climb, they all collectively have a positive impact on the economy.”
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