ISOC National Snocross Day Two: Not As Much Drama But Still Lots Of Fun

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Day two of the Amsoil Championship Snocross powered by Ram Trucks—or Round 4 of the ISOC race series—didn’t quite have as much drama as the first day of racing but it was every bit as exciting and fun.

Technically speaking the Pro final may not have had as much drama on day two as the first day’s Pro final but there was plenty of dicing going on before the snow dust settled and Tucker Hibbert emerged—once again—victorious.

In Round 3 of the ISOC snocross, held at the base of Exhibition Run at Snow King Resort in Jackson, WY, Hibbert had to work his way through the pack from ninth place to take the win. In Round 4, although Hibbert qualified second, he got the holeshot and maintained his lead throughout the entire 22-lap race.

It was an exciting end to a very exciting two days of racing in the first ever national snocross race in Jackson.

Daniel Benham, Jr., of Deer River, MN, won Pro Lite while Malene Andersen, from Vadso, Norway, won the Pro Am Women’s class and Trent Wittwer took home first place in Sport.

Complete race results can be found at www.snocross.com. Here is a look back at today’s action.

The racers and Amsoil Championship Snocross take about a month off before the next event, which takes place Jan. 5-6 at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, MN, southwest of the Twin Cities.

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