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Tatum Sik Clinches WORCS Women’s Pro Title

By October 20, 2015February 17th, 2017No Comments

Merritt Island, FL¬†(October 20, 2015) –¬†Engine Ice Hi Performance Coolant congratulates Tatum Sik for winning the WORCS Women’s Pro Championship. Tatum completed the nine round series finishing on the podium every round with six 2nd place finishes and three 1st overall wins, an impressive privateer effort.

“Tatum is a great example of one of our privateer racers,” said David Kimmey, owner of CycleLogic Products, manufacturer of Engine Ice. “These racers do what ever it takes – they work on their own bikes, they drive themselves to the races, they set up their own pits – and then on Monday morning go back to their regular jobs. It’s all about passion and Tatum has a lot of it.”

Engine Ice Hi Performance Coolant can be found in the factory race bikes of motocross pros like Andrew Short and Davi Millsaps plus EnduroCross Champion¬† Cody Webb – along with thousands of amateur and privateer racers. It’s all about dependability and Engine Ice has been proven dependable for over 15 years.

Due to her remarkable racing effort and privateer spirit, Engine Ice awards Tatum Sik with one of our coveted engineicecoinChampion Chip Coins. These coins are reserved only for those who show extraordinary efforts and championship accomplishments.

Tatum Sik – In her own words…
Going into the final round, I had a 20 point lead in the series, so I just had to ride smart to win the championship. I got a start just behind Brandy Richards and followed her for a little while. On the first lap, I made the pass going into the moto section and got around her until I made a mistake and she got back around me. We stayed pretty close until we got into some serious lapped traffic and she was able to girlwinnerweave through them a bit quicker. Unfortunately, I had a few collisions with some other riders, one guy who was on the outside of me when I was making the pass, we no joke, hit so hard the bikes made this horrid cracking noise. I smashed my foot between his peg and my frame, so I just decided to take it easy after that. On the last lap going into the tunnel I actually skidded into another rider, so I really decided to cool it after that. I knew second place was good enough to clinch the title.