Dahlgren Sweeps Pro Finals at Schaghticoke
Schaghticoke, NY (Jan. 18, 2015) — Swedish snocross sensation Johan Dahlgren made a clean sweep of the Pro classes over the weekend, as East Coast Snocross completed Round 2 of its nine-race 2015 schedule at the historic Schaghticoke Fairgrounds.
Morin, Poirier Split Pro in Bangor
Bangor, ME (Jan. 15, 2015) — Veteran snowmobile racers Mathieu Morin and Danny Poirier earned final round victories last weekend, as East Coast Snocross (ECS) opened its 2015 season with the inaugural Paul Bunyan International at historic Bass Park in Bangor, Maine.
Morin, of Val-d'Or, QC, snuck past his Ingles Performance/Ski-doo teammate Poirier on the final lap Sunday to notch his first win of the young season. Poirier powered to victory in Saturday's grueling 13-lap final with a wire-to-wire dominant performance.
ECS Officials Announce Partnership with Dayco Products
CLARKSBURG, Mass. (Dec. 31, 2014) — Officials at East Coast Snocross (ECS) and Dayco Products, LLC., are pleased to announce a new marketing partnership for the 2014-2015 season.
The agreement makes Dayco the 'Official Belt' of ECS, and for good reason. For over 100 years, Dayco has manufactured automotive belts, hoses and other key items. They offer a line of drive belts for snowmobiles unsurpassed in quality and performance.
"All of us at East Coast Snocross are honored to welcome Dayco into our family of valued marketing partners," ECS owner Kurt Gagne said. "This is one of the nation's most established and respected brands. We're going to show our race teams and fans all season that Dayco belts are the number one choice for their machines. With rugged reliability and top performance, we know Dayco is the finest product available."
Granite Gorge Launches New Season of Racing
Keene, NH (Dec. 6-7, 2014) — Despite reduced entries due to rain, a solid number of racers took advantage of the new wrinkle in the East Coast Snocross competition schedule for the 2014-2015 season, Hillcross racing at Granite Gorge.
Exciting 4-wide racing up the Granite Gorge slope saw a wide variety of racers and sleds grabbing throttle for a variety of class titles.
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