Engine Ice Athletes Wrap-Up Successful
2018 Supercross Series
The 2018 Monster Energy Supercross Series wrapped-up last weekend at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, NV. The grueling series crisscrosses the country with 17 rounds in 18 weeks and is the ultimate test of man and machine.
Engine Ice officially and un-officially supports many of the racers and teams that participate in the series. Not only in the premier 450SX class but the regional 250 East and West classes as well.
Here is a list of how our official riders finished in the championship chase.
- Blake Baggett – 4th overall
- Benny Bloss – 15th overall
- Kyle Cunningham – 19th overall
- Ben Lamay – 21st overall
- Cedric Soubeyras – 22nd overall
- Henry Miller – 26th overall
- Dakota Alix – 15th overall
- Tallon LaFountaine – 39th overall
- Luke Renzland – 5th overall
- Anthony Rodriguez – 9th overall
- John Short – 10th overall
- Nick Gaines – 15th overall
- Jacob Williamson – 17th overall
- Lorenzo Locurcio – 24th overall
- Chris Blose – 30th overall
- Heath Harrison – 31st overall
- Blake Baggett scored five podium finishes with 3rd place finishes in Oakland, San Diego, Arlington, Salt Lake City and Las Vegas. His 4th overall in the points standings is a career best.
- Luke Renzland and the Traders MX Racing team each scored the first podium of their career with a 3rd place finish in Indianapolis.
- TPJ Racing privateer John Short scored a career-best overall series finish with his 10th place in the 250SX East class.
- In addition to their top 40 overall finishes in the Supercross series, TiLube Honda racers Chris Blose, Heath Harrison and Jacob Williamson were all also in the top 10 overall in the Amsoil Arenacross Series.
- Rocky Mountain ATVMC racer Benny Bloss was named the 450SX Rookie of the Year.
Congratulations to all of these great athletes. Good luck in the outdoor series.