Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant announced their official roster of teams and racers using Engine Ice products in the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross Series.
“Right out of the bottle” Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant is ready to provide dependable horsepower and is proven to reduce operating temperatures. The key to horsepower is not losing it, and the technicians at Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant engineered their coolant to maintain optimum operating temperature and reduce power loss from excess heat.
“Since our beginning in 2000, Engine Ice has provided and supported racers in their quest for the best coolant possible to help them achieve their success. Now 20 years later, our mission has not changed,” said Engine Ice President Dave Kimmey. “Staying cool is important in the high-pressure world of supercross, and Engine Ice provides the peace of mind to riders knowing that their machine will perform as well as they do.” He continued to say, “We come into 2020 with more racers and teams than ever and continue to add to the list daily. We cannot wait for the gate to drop on Saturday night in Anaheim, let’s go racing!”
Returning for another season are the following teams.
- Rocky Mountain ATVMC/KTM/WPS – Team Riders Blake Baggett, Justin Bogle
- Team TPJ/FLY Racing – Team Riders – Jimmy Weeks, Dylan Merriam, Austin Politelli, Corbin Hayes, Blaine Silveira, Lane Shaw
- CTR Motorsports- Team Riders – Enzo Lopes, Joey Crown
- JMC Motorsports Racing/Fly Racing/Husqvarna Motorcycles/Integrity Electric – Team Riders – Martin Castelo, Carson Brown, Derek Kelley
- Gas Monkey Energy /AJE Motorsports/Law Tigers – Team Riders – Jacob Hayes, Killian Auberson
New Engine Ice support teams for 2020 include.
- FXR/Chaparral/Honda – Team Riders – Chris Blose, Justin Starling, Jerry Robin, Coty Schock
- SGB/Maxxis/Babbit’s Kawasaki – Team Riders – Alex Ray, AJ Catanzaro
- Team Manluk/K&R Racing – Team Riders – John Short, Ryder Floyd, Chase Marquier
In addition to the teams using Engine Ice products, racers like Kyle Chisholm, Ronnie Stewart, and Chris Howell, among others, rely on Engine Ice to succeed.
Link: Engine Ice