Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant June Racing Success

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Photo by Jeff Kardas
The Red Plate
Blake Baggett of the Engine Ice supported Rocky Mountain ATVMC – WPS – KTM team has been on a roll during the month of June. Starting in Colorado at the beginning of the month, Baggett finished on the podium in all six motos in June, including moto wins in Colorado and Pennsylvania. Heading into the National at Red Bud on July 1st, Baggett holds a 4 point lead and the red plate as the points leader.

Baggett’s never-say-die attitude saw him coming from first turn crashes in Colorado and Tennessee showing the grit and determination for which he is known. As the summer progresses, look for the competition to heat up, but his bike to remain cool while using Engine Ice. The Colorado National was the first 450MX victory in Baggett’s career and the first time he or his team have held the red plate in 450MX competition.

Photo by Jeff Kardas
Photo by Shan Moore
She Keeps on Winning
No one has had a better month on the Enduro and GNCC tour than Engine Ice supported, Rocky Mountain ATVMC – KR4 – Husqvarna team rider Tayla Jones. The talented young lady from Australia has been a dominant force off-road this season, winning each time she swings a leg over her bike.

This month, she won the Women’s Elite class at the NEPG round in Georgia, and the WXC class at both GNCC rounds held in June.

Photo by Ken Hill.

Weekly Race Reports

Engine Ice Supports MX Masterkids
Engine Ice is pleased to announce their support of the United States team competing at the MX Masterkids Championship event in France taking place in July.
The 2017 team will consist of:
  • Jonathan Getz
  • Emile Lacher
  • Tyler Cole
  • Julien Beaumer
  • Mark Fineis
  • Talon Hawkins
  • Jack Chambers
  • Ethan Mann
  • Colton Eigenmann
Similar to the Motocross of Nations, the MX Masterkids draws riders and teams from more than 25 countries to compete. The 2017 version marks the 15th anniversary of the event and will take place in Verdun, France July 14-16, 2017.
Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant, the premier choice for powersports coolant and antifreeze, is pleased to announce their continued support of the AMA EnduroCross Championship Series. A long time supporter of this exciting form of motorcycle racing Engine Ice continues its association for the 2017 and 2018 season as the official coolant and antifreeze of the series.

For the complete schedule or more information visit Endurocross.com

We’re going to the AIMExpo. Are You? 
Engine Ice is pleased to announce our participation in the American International Motorcycle Expo presented by Nationwide taking place in Columbus, Ohio this September. We will be exhibiting in booth 1022.
The 2017 version of the expo will take place at the Greater Columbus Convention Center (GCCC) September 21-24, 2017. Geographically, Columbus is ideally placed with 41 percent of both franchised and independent dealerships in the U.S. located within a 500-mile radius, including major markets like Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., St. Louis, and more.
For more information on the AIMExpo presented by Nationwide visit AIMExpo.com.
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.  Join the Engine Ice team today by applying online.

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.

Visit Engine Ice online for more information.


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