The world's leading snowmobile snocross racer is back in Duluth this weekend! Tucker Hibbert is competing in the 26th annual Duluth Snocross National.

This is all nothing new for him - this is his 18th professional snocross season! He is a 10-time national champion in the series and if the season opening event on Spirit Mountain is any indication, he should have a good run this year.

Prior to becoming a champion, the 33-year-old used to watch the races at Spirit Mountain. Hibbert says, "It's pretty nuts to think about all the laps i've done around Spirit Mountain - on the track and in the pits and chalet as a kid. I'd assume I have more laps total around that place than any one else.I have a lot of memories at Spirit Mountain and it's always fun to go back."

Hibbert is the most decorated snowmobile snocross racer in history. He entered his first race at age eight and holds 127 Pro National Victories. Good luck, Tucker!

The 26th annual Duluth National kicks off Friday and continues through Saturday and Sunday. You can live stream the races here.

The National Snocross Tour will also stop in Shakopee on January 5 and 6 of next year. Jackson Hole, Deadwood and Lake Geneva are also on the schedule.