Here is a press release I completed for the powersports industry coolant manufacturer Engine Ice announcing their 2018 supercross teams. (Disclaimer – I am the COO of the company).

Here is the full release.

Engine Ice Hi-Performance Products Announces 2018 Supercross Team Support

Top Racers and Teams Rely on Engine Ice to Keep Them Cool in Competition

Merritt Island, FL January 11, 2018, Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant, the premier choice for powersports coolant and antifreeze, is pleased to announce their list of professional racing teams competing in the Monster Energy Supercross Series that are supported by and rely on Engine Ice to perform.

Leading the list is the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC – WPS – KTM team. Engine Ice has supported the Forrest Butler owned team since the very beginning and is very proud of the long-standing relationship. Joining the Rocky Mountain team with Engine Ice supports are the newly formed H.E.P. Motorsports team, TPJ Racing, Traders Racing and TiLube Motorsports as well as a list of individual privateer racers and teams competing in supercross.

“Supercross racing is the most visible form of racing we compete in. Man and machine flying through the air on technical tracks with zero room for error” said Engine Ice president Dave Kimmey. “When the slightest error could be catastrophic these athletes need to have confidence in their machines and Engine Ice provides that confidence. Even in the tight confines of a stadium where airflow is minimal, Engine Ice provides consistent power and performance without fail during the entire event. This allows the riders to focus on racing and not worry about their machine.”

Privateer or factory there are many athletes that reply on Engine Ice. Some of the Engine Ice supported teams competing in the 2018 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series include:

Team Rocky Mountain ATV/MC – WPS – KTM
Blake Baggett – 450SX
Benny Bloss – 450SX
Dakota Alix – 250SX
Anthony Rodriguez – 250SX

H.E.P. Motorsports
Kyle Cunningham – 450SX
Henry Miller – 450SX
Dustin Pipes – 450SX
Talon Lafountaine – 250SX

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TPJ Racing
John Short – 450SX
Dylan Merriam – 450SX
Ben Lamay – 450SX
Chad Cook – 450SX
James Milson – 450SX

Team TXS Productions
Michael Akaydin – 450SX

Traders Racing
Luke Renzland
Jayce Pennington

TiLube Motorsports
Lorenzo Locurcio
Frederik Noren

Beginning, January 6th at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, CA the series heads all over the country with returning stops in Houston, Tampa, and Foxborough as it makes its way to the finale in Las Vegas on May 5th. With 17 rounds in 18 weeks, success in the series takes grit and determination, something that all of Engine Ice’s athletes possess.

2018 Monster Energy Supercross Series Schedule

January 6th | Angel Stadium | Anaheim, California
January 13th | NRG Stadium | Houston, Texas
January 20th | Angel Stadium | Anaheim, California
January 27th | University of Phoenix Stadium | Glendale, Arizona
February 3rd | Oakland Alameda Coliseum | Oakland, California
February 10th | Petco Park | San Diego, California
February 17th | AT&T Stadium | Arlington, Texas
February 24th | Raymond James Stadium | Tampa, Florida
March 3rd | Mercedes-Benz Stadium | Atlanta, Georgia
March 10th | Daytona International Speedway | Daytona Beach, Florida
March 17th | The Dome at America’s Center | St. Louis, Missouri
March 24th | Lucas Oil Stadium | Indianapolis, Indiana
April 7th | CenturyLink Field | Seattle, Washington
April 14th | U.S. Bank Stadium | Minneapolis, Minnesota
April 21st | Gillette Stadium | Foxborough, Massachusetts
April 28th | Rice-Eccles Stadium | Salt Lake City, Utah
May 5th | Sam Boyd Stadium | Las Vegas, Nevada

Follow Engine Ice online and on their social media accounts to keep up with the successes for each of these and other Engine Ice athletes throughout the season.

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/EngineIceCoolant
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/EngineIce
Twitter – https://twitter.com/EngineIce
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Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant is biodegradable, phosphate free, non-toxic, and typically reduces operating race temperatures, effectively keeping boil-over temperatures to 256°F or less and freeze-up protection to -26° F. Factory or privateer, highly modified or stock, all machines benefit from using Engine Ice

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