April Engine Ice racers and teams experienced racing success in Supercross, Arenacross, GNCC, WORCS, Big 6 GP and Australian MX. Learn more in the text below
Great Month for Tayla Jones
Engine Ice supported Tayla Jones of the Rocky Mountain ATVMC/KR4/Husqvarna Team was un-stoppable during April, winning every race she entered. Engine Ice supported Tayla Jones of the Rocky Mountain ATVMC/KR4/Husqvarna Team was unstoppable during April, winning every race she entered.
The talented Australian rider won the Women’s class at the Full Gas Sprint Enduro in Virginia, GNCC races in both North and South Carolina and the NEPG event in Louisiana.
Excellent work Tayla!
Australia MX Nationals
Working through our distributor in Australia,
Gas Imports, Engine Ice is a proud supporter of the DPH Motorsports Yamaha team of Wilson Todd and Kade Mosig.
The outdoor motocross season got started this month with excellent finishes by both riders. In the MX2 class, Wilson Todd took 1st overall at the opening round in Wonthaggi and backed it up with a 2nd overall at round 2 in Appin. Todd is currently the points leader after the first 2 rounds.
The 2017 Monster Energy Supercross is drawing to a close with only the final round in Las Vegas remaining. Engine Ice supported Team Rocky Mountain ATVMC racers Davi Millsaps and Blake Baggett both sit inside the top 10 in the series points standings with Millsaps in 6th and Baggett in 7th.
The 2017 Amsoil Arenacross series is drawing to a close and only has 1 round remaining, Friday, May 5th in Las Vegas. Engine Ice supported Ti-Lube Tuf Racing Honda Jace Owen dominated early but has hit some challenges in the last couple of rounds and finds himself 8 points behind the championship leader in third place coming into the finale. Good Luck Jace!
Owen’s teammate Ben Lamay comes into the finale with some momentum from a runner-up position at the last round in Denver, CO. Lamay is currently inside the top 10 in points, sitting in 8th place.
Some members of the Engine Ice supported RPM Racing team take part in the WORCS series events held on the west coast of the United States. A true test of man and machine pits the riders against challenging terrain is extreme environments.
Daytona 200 UPDATE
Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant, the premier choice for powersports coolant and antifreeze, would like to congratulate both Cory West and Michael Barnes on their podium finishes at the 76th running of the Daytona 200. The event took place at Daytona Motor Speedway in Daytona
Beach FL on March 18th.
At the checkered flag West was second followed by Barnes in third but West was later disqualified for a violation of the rule book regarding an air filter on his Yamaha R6 giving Barnes the position. West and his team filed an appeal, putting the results on hold.
In a statement released this week by the ASRA Appeal Board, West was found not to be in violation based upon the written rule and his second place spot was reinstated giving him back the position. The official results now list West in second and Barnes in third, therefore giving Engine Ice supported athletes second and third place at this prestigious event.
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Tell us about your racing success.
In addition to the professional teams, Engine Ice has an army of nearly 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.
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.