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Street or Dirt – Engine Ice Dominates Podiums!

By September 15, 2015February 17th, 2017No Comments

Meen Motorsports Wins MotoAmerica KTM/RPM Racing Takes Calgary by Storm

Merritt Island, FL (September 15, 2015) – There are not too many products that cross over from street to dirt as well as Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant, and this weekend was definite proof of that fact.

“We’ve been winning championships for the past 15 years and as this year closes out, we keep adding those number one plates to our collection,” explained David Kimmey, owner of CycleLogic, manufacturer of Engine Ice Hi-Performance coolant.

“The performances this weekend from both Meen Motorsports and KTM/RPM Racing are great examples of riders and teams who push racing to its maximum limits and we are proud to be part of their winning efforts.”

MotoAmerica Road Race – Final Round – New Jersey
The Engine Ice supported Meen Motorsports Team has already had a fantastic season which included Joe Roberts’ Superstock 600 Championship and numerous podium visits and a third place finish in the Supersport Championship standings by Josh Herrin. But the dot on the explanation point came this weekend in New Jersey at the final round of the 2015 MotoAmerica season where both Roberts and Herrin split victories in the Supersport Class.

On Saturday, Roberts put in an impressive ride in the rain to take the victory. “I love this track,” Roberts commented. “It’s flowy and at first I was just trying to get the feel. When I took over the lead I just rode my pace and I was surprised after a few laps to see the gap was already 10 seconds.”

On Sunday it was Herrin’s turn on the top step, besting Roberts and Factory Yamaha’s Garrett Gerloff. As Herrin explained, “I didn’t win the championship, but I felt this was a great comeback for me after last year. Hopefully I can keep this momentum going into next season. I plan on returning with Meen Motorsports next year, but I’m not sure yet what class I’ll be racing.”


Red Bull Rocks & Logs – EnduroCross
At the Red Bull Rocks & Logs event in Calgary, Canada, the Engine Ice sponsored KTM/RPM Racing Team put on another dominant performance. Under some extreme weather conditions, on a physically demanding track, current EnduroCross champion Cody Webb once again took the top podium spot and his teammate Ty Tremaine finished a solid third. Husqvarna’s Colton Haaker was second.

“This is my first time in Calgary but I knew I was in for a very unique competition. I’ve raced a lot of different EnduroCross tracks all over the world, but there’s nothing else like the Red Bull Rocks and Logs track,” explained Webb. “Most tracks I race are very similar and well groomed, but this was very unpredictable with some tricky natural features and tough weather conditions.”

“I had a great time in Calgary… I loved the track and I loved the rain,” said Tremaine, the current 2015 SuperEnduro Jr. World Champion. “The whole weekend was fun with lots of spectators. Red Bull always puts on a great event and any race where you land on the podium is just that much better.”