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Engine Ice Congratulates Sponsored Racers on a Successful 2020 Monster Energy Supercross Series

Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant, the premier choice for powersports coolant and antifreeze, would like to congratulate their supported racers and teams on their excellent 2020 Monster Energy Supercross Series. 

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The 2020 season will go into the record books as one of the most challenging and exciting series in recent memory. From the first gate drop in California at the beginning of January, everyone knew this season would be special. Still, no one knew that the series would come to a grinding halt on the eve of the Indianapolis Supercross in March. The COVID19 pandemic put the racing world on hold. It was only through extensive work by the promoters Feld Entertainment, the race teams and state of Utah that the series was able to resume at the end of May, at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, UT. There would be no fans in attendance, and each person on-site would experience strict health and safety protocols, but the supercross series would continue. The remaining seven rounds would take place on Wednesdays and Sundays, with the series finally concluding on June 21. 

A big thumbs up to all of the teams, riders, media, crew, and other staff who put their regular life on hold for more than three weeks to get the series concluded, as supercross fans, we appreciate it. 


With all of that in mind, Engine Ice supported racers had a great series. In the 450SX class, eight racers in the top 40 were Engine Ice supported, in the 250SX West class, there were six of the top 30, and in the 250SX East class, eleven of the top 40 were Engine Ice athletes. Congratulations to all. 

450SX Overall

  • 12th Blake Baggett
  • 17th Benny Bloss *
  • 19th Kyle Chisholm
  • 23rd Alex Ray
  • 24th Justin Bogle
  • 26th Chris Blose
  • 29th James Weeks
  • 36th Ronnie Stewart

250 SX West Overall

  • 11th Jacob Hayes
  • 13th Martin Castelo
  • 14th Carson Brown
  • 16th Kilian Auberson
  • 24th Derek Kelley
  • 27th Chris Howell

250SX East Overall

  • 5th Enzo Lopes
  • 13th Chris Blose
  • 14th John Short
  • 17th Justin Starling
  • 19th Josh Hill
  • 21st Cedric Soubeyras
  • 22nd Kevin Moranz
  • 23rd Chase Marquier
  • 24th Josh Osby
  • 25th Joey Crown
  • 38th Coty Schock

Next up for many of these racers is the AMA National Motocross series. As of today, there are only two confirmed rounds, but as the country recovers from the virus, more rounds are expected to be added in the coming weeks. Stay tuned to our social media accounts for more information as it becomes available.


Lastly, while training for the final supercross round in Utah, Killian Auberson of the Engine Ice supported Gas Monkey Energy team, suffered a spinal injury in a practice crash. The young Swiss rider has a long road ahead of him. The Road 2 Recovery has set up a page to help with the financial challenges that are ahead. If you have the means, please consider helping Killian out. Road 2 Recovery – Killian Auberson

*Rode for a different team during part of the season

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