Lemieux Sweeps Pro finals at Titus Mountain

Malone 2014Malone, NY (Mar. 26, 2014) — Vermont veteran Lincoln Lemieux made a triumphant return to northeastern regional competition last weekend, sweeping the Pro Open finals as East Coast Snocross completed its 2014 season finale at the Titus Mountain Family Ski Center.

The series finale was run on Friday night and Saturday, with the year-end awards banquet held following the last race on Saturday. While Lemieux was setting the pace in Pro action, it was Quebec native Danny Poirier (Ingles Performance/Ski-doo) celebrating his fourth championship at day's end.

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Titus Mtn. To Host ECS Season Finale

malone poster smCHESHIRE, Conn. (March 18, 2014) — After months of intense competition, constant travel and hard work, the end is now in sight.

Snowmobile race teams from around the northeast are gearing up for a dramatic conclusion to the 2014 season, as East Coast Snocross (ECS) prepares for its season finale on Friday and Saturday, March 21-22, at the beautiful Titus Mountain Family Ski Center in Malone, New York.

This year's season finale will repeat the format implemented last year, with racing under the lights Friday night to amplify the level of excitement. Spectator gates will open at 2 p.m. Friday, with racing getting under way at 3 p.m. with amateur qualifying rounds. Pro and Pro Lite riders will hit the track by 5 p.m. and contest their finals during the evening.

Gates will open at 11 a.m. on Saturday with amateur qualifying rounds already in progress. The finals will begin shortly after lunch and conclude by 3:30 p.m. Admission is $10 per day for adults; $8 for students, children 7 and under will be admitted free with a paying adult. Pit passes valid through the weekend will be available for an extra $10.

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Ingles Riders Sweep Top Classes at ECS Mass. Debut

Matt MorinNORTH ADAMS, Mass. (Feb. 24, 2014) - While the state of Massachusetts may not be the part of New England most folks associate with snowmobile racing, it does receive ample snowfall in places and can indeed be a hotspot for snocross competition.

East Coast Snocross (ECS) made its long-awaited debut in Berkshire County last weekend, and the Ingles Performance/Ski-doo team came away with numerous victories. Leading the hit parade was former series champion Mathieu Morin, who swept both Pro Open finals. Morin led every lap in both races in his most dominant effort to date.

"Going to North Adams was very exciting because I knew I had a brand new Ingles-built sled waiting for me," Morin said. "I started the weekend with a lot of trust in my machine, and that's a big thing. I nailed almost every holeshot, thanks to excellent tuning by my mechanic, Sebastien Fortier. I enjoyed a perfect weekend, because everybody on the team helped out. I want to thank Robin and Mike Ingles for their support. It is a pleasure to win races for them and Ski-doo."

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Morin, Patenaude Post Clean Sweeps at The Range

Morin, Patenaude Sweep N. AdamsNorth Adams, MA  –  Former Pro champion Mathieu Morin and Vermont veteran Leo Patenaude each swept the finals in their respective divisions over the weekend, as East Coast Snocross completed Round 8 of its 10-race 2014 schedule at The Range hosted by MVP Promotions.

Morin, of Val-d'Or, Quebec, rode his Ingles Performance Ski-doo to victory in Saturday and Sunday's grueling 14-lap Pro Open finals. Patenaude, of Hartland, dominated Pro Lite action both days and found redemption for the incident in Fonda that took him out of contention of the 2014 title.

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