Triple Crown, SnoX Practice Track & Hillcross: In The News

CLARKSBURG, Mass. (Nov. 12, 2014) — Officials at East Coast Snocross (ECS) are pleased to announce some exciting news regarding our season opener in the Great State of Maine.

triple crownOn January 10-11, 2015, teams from the Quebec-based SCMX series will compete against ECS riders in Round 1 of the Triple Crown Series. The Paul Bunyan International Sno-X will take on a truly international flair, as this rivalry delivers some of the best ski-to-ski racing ever seen in this region.

Even though the Triple Crown Series does not award points towards the season-long battles, this high-stakes event pays a healthy purse and offers riders an extra chance to compete. Just as in recent years, the Triple Crown Series will include classes for Pro Open, Pro Lite and Sport riders.

"The Triple Crown Series has been a huge deal since its inception a few years ago," ECS General Manager Shawn Achilles said. "SCMX has several fast riders, but our athletes train hard so they can go out and beat them. This rivalry is friendly, yet it creates a chance to earn bragging rights on both sides of the border and snag a nice payday as well. I think the 2015 edition will be very exciting."

Round 2 of the Triple Crown Series we be held in Louiseville, Quebec, while Finals in all three classes will be run on Friday during the prestigious Ski-doo Grand Prix of Valcourt in mid-February.

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Officials Announce 2014-15 FXR Racing ECS Event Schedule

fxr racingFREMONT, New Hampshire (Oct. 11, 2014) - Officials at East Coast Snocross (ECS) have announced a nine-race event schedule for the 2014-2015 season. The new schedule was announced today at the New Hampshire Snowmobile Association's annual Grass Drags & Water Cross at Peterson's Brookvale Farm.

amsoilThe schedule will take the series and its teams from New England north to Quebec, and on to the western-most reaches of New York. Highlights include a companion event with International Series of Champions' (ISOC) AMSOIL Championship Snocross Series; a long-awaited return to Maine; and a return to the prestigious Ski-doo Grand Prix de Valcourt, in Valcourt, Quebec.
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Ingles Racing Announces 2014-15 Team Lineup

Ingles PerformancePhoenix, NY - With summer quickly fading away and the first chilly nights just around the corner, one of the northeast's top snowmobile race teams is preparing for a new season.

Ingles Performance will return to East Coast Snocross (ECS) competition after claiming both the Pro Open and Pro Lite championships last winter. Returning to the high-profile Ski-doo squad is defending and four-time series champion Danny Poirier, along with fellow Quebec native Mathieu Morin. Both riders will compete in Pro Open with a goal of earning the 2015 championship.

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daSilva Racing Announces 2014-15 Team Lineup

daSilva-TransporterHAMPSTEAD, NH - With the first frost already recorded across much of northern New England, one of the Granite State's top snowmobile snocross teams is gearing up for a busy and competitive winter.

New Hampshire-based daSilva Racing competes on the FXR Racing East Coast Snocross (ECS) series, presented by AMSOIL and Woody's traction products. The team will enter the 2014-15 season with a trio of experienced riders; led by veteran Jake daSilva, who begins his second season in the Pro class.

Jake will be joined by veterans Michael George and Wade Acker, both with years of experience in snocross. George, of Pine Plains, New York, will compete alongside daSilva as a Pro in ECS, and both riders will run select ISOC races in the Pro Lite class. Acker, of Bristol, Vermont, will compete in the Pro Lite class at all ECS events, and will race in the Sport class when the team runs an ISOC event.

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