Record Crowds Witness Another Historic Performance

tucker-canterbury1kaufman-canterbury2carly-davis-canterbury1Photos Courtesy of John Sandberg

Plymouth, MN (Jan. 12) – Three races into the ISOC National Tour and Team Arctic is still crushing the competition. This time it was at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, Minn., where record spectator attendance witnessed Team Green win both Pro classes, Pro Women and Semi-Pro Open, along with podium finishes in nearly every class.

“Our racers continue to prove their excellence in the highest level of national snocross racing,” said Mike Kloety, Team Arctic Race Manager. “With four wins in the top classes and a point lead in six classes, Canterbury was another hugely successful weekend for our team.”

Once again Tucker Hibbert delivered a mind-boggling, stand-out performance, winning every heat race and both Pro Super Stock and Pro Open finals by convincing margins. The Goodridge, Minn., phenom hasn’t lost a race all season, going six-for-six to absolutely dominate the three National events so far.

Joining Hibbert on the podium in the Pro classes were two racers whose stock are going straight up: Garth Kaufman and Brett Turcotte. Kaufman, of Boise, Idaho, threw down a series of blistering laps in the middle of the Pro Stock final to finish second and his first podium of the season. Turcotte (Clearwater, British Columbia) was equally impressive in Pro Open, turning his first podium-placing of the season with a strong second.

Carly Davis (Soldotna, Alaska) led a Team Arctic sweep of the Pro Women class, with J.C. Hupe, April Moritz and Taylor Carlson taking second-through-fourth respectively. Dan Ebert continued his remarkable season in Semi Pro by winning the Open class and finishing second in Semi Pro Super Stock.

See Full Results Here: www.isocracing.com

Next up: the ESPN Winter X Games in Aspen, Colo., Jan. 22-25, followed by the next ISOC National in Brainerd, Minn., Feb. 6-8.

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