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Engine Ice Congratulates Cody Webb, TKO Champion, and Rachel Gutish Takes Women’s Pro Class

Merritt Island, FL (August 19, 2015) – Winning the Tennessee Knockout once in your lifetime is quite an accomplishment, but when you do it three years in a row against the best extreme, off-road racers in the world, that’s an amazing achievement. That’s exactly what KTM/RPM Racing Team’s Cody Webb did this past weekend. After ten grueling laps, Webb distanced the 2nd place finisher by a 1.43 minute margin to take home the coveted championship.Engine Ice is an official sponsor of the KTM/RPM Racing Team which includes several riders who race major off-road series like EnduroCross, WORCS, GNCC and one-off events like the TKO.”Without question, Webb put on a gritty performance taking the overall win,” explained David Kimmey, owner of CycleLogic Products, manufacturer of Engine Hi-Performance coolant. “Especially when you consider Cody went through an extensive surgery five weeks earlier to remove hardware from his feet from previous surgeries.”

“His record setting three wins in a row and the shear determination to take home the victory, definitely qualifies Cody as a recipient of the Engine Ice Champion Chip,” continued Kimmey. “Engine Ice reserves this honor for our special athletes who accomplish incredible feats – and Cody has certainly done that.”

Webb now joins the ranks of top athletes like Andrew Short, Justin Brayton, Nick DeMoss and Justin Starling.

In addition to Webb’s performance, KTM/RPM Racing’s Rachel Gutish also put in a stellar performance by winning the Women’s Pro Class at the TKO.