Wednesday, June 7, 2017

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Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant
May 2017 Racing Successes
Each month and all around the world, Engine Ice racers and teams experience racing success in all types of racing. Street or Dirt, 2 or 4 wheels, privateer or professional,
Engine Ice performs. Learn more in the text below.
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Supercross Series Concludes
The 2017 Monster Energy Supercross series wrapped up in Las Vegas on Saturday night, May 6th. Engine Ice supported Team Rocky Mountain ATVMC – WPS – KTMteammates Davi Millsaps and Blake Baggett finished within 1 point of each other in the final standings. Millsaps got the nod for 5th with Baggett in 6th. The 2017 Supercross series was a successful one for the entire team.
In 250SX class racing, Engine Ice supported Traders Racing team rider Luke Renzland finished 8th overall on the East Coast with Legends and Heroes team rider Gannon Audette finishing just outside the Top 10 in 11th place.
With supercross complete, the Outdoor National Motocross Series begins with high temperatures and long motos. The perfect testing ground for Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant.
Photo Courtesy Ti-Lube Tuf Racing Honda
Arenacross Series Concludes
Riding for the Engine Ice supported Ti-Lube Tuf Racing Honda team, Jace Owen the early portion of the series. To keep the action close and exciting the Arenacross series features a point reset with only a couple of rounds remaining. That reset allowed the competition to close up on Owen and ultimately beat him for the championship.
Owen won 17 main events during the series along with 4 RMATVMC Head to Head Challenges to take second place in the championship. Owen’s teammate, Ben Lamay, scored a main event victory during the season and would finish 8th place in the series standings.
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Outdoor Motocross Begins
The 2017 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racingbegan on May 20th near Sacramento, CA for the Hangtown National. Engine Ice supported Team Rocky Mountain ATVMC – WPS – KTM racer Blake Baggett started the series with a 6-8 for 6th overall. Teammate Davi Millsaps will be forced to sit out the early rounds of the series after wrist surgery, but in his place, Dakota Alix made his 450MX debut. Two top 20 finishes for Alix with a 17-16 were good enough for 16th overall. At the second round in Glen Helen – San Bernardino, CA, Baggett found his groove and finished 8-2 for 3rd overall and a spot on the podium. Alix continued his good rides with 19-15 moto scores and 19th overall. Heading into round 3 in Lakewood, CO, Baggett is 3rd in the points standings with Alix in 17th.
In addition to Team Rocky Mountain ATVMC – WPS – KTM, Engine Ice continues to support Traders MX Racing and TPJ Racing along with a large number of privateer racers during the hot summer months.
Follow our social media this summer for reports from the track.
Image courtesy DPH Motorsports
Australia MX Continues
The 2017 Motocross Nationals continued in May with three rounds. The 7th in Conondale, QLD, the 21st in Horsham, VIC and the 28th in Murray Bridge, SA. The DPH Motorsports Yamaha team is supported with Engine Ice by our distributor partners, and Gas Imports and both riders have been experiencing great success.
In the MX1 450 class, Kade Mosig scored a two 5th place, and a 4th place finishes at the three rounds. He is currently 3rd place in the series standings at the halfway point.
In the MX2 250 class, Wilson Todd has a 3rd, 1st and 5th for the three rounds and is currently the points leader in the class with a 6 point advantage over second place.
Success on 4 Wheels
New to the Engine Ice family in 2017 is SCCA racer Michele Abbate and the GRR Racing team. Michele is an accomplished racer with numerous wins and podiums during her career including a recent win in the GT-1 class at Buttonwillow Raceway Park in Southern California.
Follow Michele’s racing this season on her website
Images courtesy GRR Racing
Image courtesy RPM Racing
Engine Ice supports the RPM Racing and the Rocky Mountain ATVMC-KR4-Husqvarna team as well as many smaller independent teams and privateers competing in all forms of Off-Road competition. National Enduro, GNCC, Desert, WORCS and others all test the rider and the machine in extreme environments. As always, Engine Ice performs keeping these riders at the top of their class.
Engine Ice Exhibiting at the AIMExpo
Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant, the premier choice for powersports coolant and antifreeze, is pleased to announce their participation in the American International Motorcycle Expo presented by Nationwide taking place in Columbus, Ohio this September. Engine Ice will be exhibiting their industry leading antifreeze and coolant in booth 1022.
Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant
For over 15 years, Engine Ice has been the top selling engine coolant in the Powersports Industry and can be found inside the radiators of the top motocross, supercross and off-road racers in the world. Right out of the bottle, Engine Ice helps reduce power loss from excess heat by lowering overall operating temperatures.
5-Gallon Pail
Did you know? In addition to the standard 1/2 gallon size of Engine Ice you find on your dealers shelves, Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant is available in a convenient 5-gallon pail. The larger size is perfect for use in UTVs, automotive applications or for those customers with multiple vehicles. Get YOUR Engine Ice worldwide through our extensive list of distributors and dealers. Visit for complete list.
Tell us about your racing success.
In addition to the professional teams, Engine Ice has an army of more than 2000 racers representing all 50 states. Are you one of these racers? Then reach out to our contact below and share your success for a chance to be featured in this email wrap-up. Good luck at the races and we’ll see you on the track.  Join the Engine Ice team today by applying online.
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