Engine Ice Hi-Performance Products
2017 Racing Successes

German Supercross

Nick Schmidt Wins
German Supercross Championship

Riding for the Engine Ice supported Sturm Racing team, American privateer Nick Schmidt won the German Supercross Championship, wrapping up the title with one night of racing remaining. It is the first German Championship of Schmidt’s career.
The series began in 2016 and concluded in January 2017 with Schmidt missing an AMA Supercross event to wrap up his title. Schmidt also had a successful 2017 AMA Supercross Series as part of The Professional Journey; another Engine Ice supported racing team. Schmidt made 13 main events during the season and finished 23rd overall in the final standings.

AMA Arenacross

Jace Owen Dominates Early, Finishes Second in Series

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.

Monster Energy Supercross

Top 10 Results for
Engine Ice Athletes

Engine Ice supported several race teams and individual privateers during the 2017 Monster Energy Supercross series.

450SX
Davi Millsaps – 5th overall with 14 top 10 finishes
Blake Baggett- 6th overall with 14 top 10 finishes and a podium finish in Atlanta
Nick Schmidt – 23rd overall with 13 main events
Adam Enticknap – 32nd overall with 7 main events Final Supercross Standings
250 East SX
Luke Renzland – 8th overall with 5 top 10 finishes
Gannon Audette – 11th overall with 2 top 10 finishes
John Short – 25th overall with 3 main events
Dylan Merriam – 26th overall with 3 main events

East Coast SnoCross

Multiple Championships for Team Southside Polaris

Engine Ice is not just a coolant but an anti-freeze as well performing to temperatures down to -26°F. This is an important feature to our snocross racers like Team Southside Polaris.

Engine Ice supported Team Southside Polaris had an amazing 2017 East Coast SnoCross championship series.

The team won 8 championships and swept the Pro classes. Championship winners included:
Kristoffer Holm
Kassie Thibodeau

Jared Gessner
Richard Bernard
Wyatt Hoffman
Bruce Gaspardi

Daytona 200

Adjusted Results Deliver Two Podium Finishes for Engine Ice Athletes

At the checkered flag Corey West was second followed by Michael 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 by the ASRA Appeal Board, West was found not to be in violation based on 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.

Australia MX

1-2-3 for Engine Ice Athletes
Down Under

Engine Ice supported DPH Motorsport finished the 2017 MX Nationals with Maddy Brown taking the Women’s Championship, Wilson Todd 2nd in MX2 and Kade Mosig with 3rd in the MX1 class for a hard fought 1-2-3. The team, supported through Gas Imports (Engine Ice distribution partner in Australia) performed all season consistently finishing at the top of their class.

AMA National Motocross

Engine Ice supported racers and teams had a successful season with many personal and team best finishes.
Leading the way is the Rocky Mountain ATV MC – WPS – KTM team of Blake Baggett, Dakota Alix, and Benny Bloss. Following a successful supercross series that saw him finish sixth overall, Baggett was a title contender during the entire series. Baggett won two motos and two overalls and despite an injury suffered at Red Bud Baggett continued to charge each weekend. He spent the remainder of the series in pain but gutted it out each weekend to finish on the podium with a third place in the final standings.
Learn more about all of the teams and riders Engine Ice is proud to support in this season wrap-up.

National Motocross Wrap-Up

GNCC

Riding for the Engine Ice supported KR4 Arrive-N-Ride team Tayla Jones showed she was the most dominant lady in offroad racing in the United States this season. The Australian rider won the WXC class in dominant fashions scoring wins in all nine events that she entered.

Hunter Neuwirth is a teammate of Jones on the KR4 team. His consistent finishes and a podium finish in Ohio earned him second spot in the final standings in the XC3 class for 125 Two Strokes.

Other Engine Ice team riders with GNCC success in 2017 include Grant Baylor (5th XC1), Mike Witkowski (4th XC2), and Jesse Ansley (4th 250A).

WORCS

As the coolant supplier for the RPM Racing Team, Engine Ice is asked to perform in the tough conditions of the WORCS series. Taking place in four western states riders and machines are put to the test. Dante Oliveira scored podium finishes in 10 rounds including wins in 6 rounds to take the Pro2 class championship. His teammate Eric Yorba was a consistent finisher in the Pro class where he finished 5th in the final standings.

Full Gas Sprint Enduro

Showing her versatility as a premier off-road racer, Tayla Jones scored six wins and the Women’s Pro class championship in this exciting form of racing. Jones also won the Women’s division in the GNCC and National Enduro series and was part of the Australian team that repeated as winners in the Women’s World Trophy Class at this years ISDE.

NEPG National Enduro

The National Enduro Series is one of the oldest forms of off-road competition in the United States, and just like all other forms of competition, Engine Ice supported athletes scored excellent results in 2017. Riding for the Engine Ice supported KR4 Husqvarna team Grant Baylor scored four podiums and a win at the Alligator Enduro in the Pro class. He was 3rd overall in the final series standings. And guess what. Tayla Jones won another championship. 3 for 3 in 2017. Seven wins and the Women’s Elite Championship.

Endurocross

EnduroCross is the combination of Mother Nature’s toughest elements from outdoors brought inside a stadium environment. Bring in the top off-road racers across the country and drop the gate. Engine Ice is a proud sponsor of this exciting form of racing. Not only as the official coolant of the series but a sponsor of many of the top amateur and professional racers as well. RPM Racing sponsored Ty Tremaine showed his skill and consistency this season to take 3rd place in the overall SuperEnduro class championship.

Auto Racing

Not just for motorcycles, Engine Ice stands up to the abuse of all types of competition.

The V8 Rally Ranger team relies on Engine Ice and have scored impressive results all season and came away with the Atlantic Rally Cup 2WD Series Championship in their Ford Ranger. But this isn’t your ordinary Ranger.

Check out these specs. 1985 Ford Ranger 5.0 GT extended-cab-short-bed is a one-off design with a Cobra V8 378 hp – Fuel Injected, this First Generation Ranger Rally Truck was Built by DeMasi Tech Auto~Motive.

Auto Racing

Engine Ice is a proud sponsor of Michele Abbate and GRRRacing. In 2017 they won the SCCA Cal-Club GT-1 Championship in their Engine Ice cooled Scion FRS.

Amateur Racing

From the beginning, Engine Ice has been a proud supporter of amateur racing, something that continues today. Today we support more than 3000 racers across the country in all types of racing two wheels or four, on-road or off-road and everywhere in between.

These racers have won countless local, regional and national events all while promoting a positive approach to racing and professional standards.

Congratulations to all of our great athletes.

Join the Engine Ice team.

Engine Ice is looking for brand ambassadors in all types of racing including automotive, motorcycle, ATV, SXS and snowmobile and has programs available for all skill and performance levels.

In addition to two levels of support via Hookit, Engine Ice also maintains a Factory Direct program for professional racers and high-level amateurs. These riders receive product, promotional and marketing support direct from the corporate office and select riders will also be eligible to perform R&D tasks and provide feedback on any new products introduced by Engine Ice during the 2018 season.

Do you have what it takes? Learn more or apply by following this link – Engine Ice 2018 Racing Support.

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.