Nick Schmidt Crowned German Supercross Champion

Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant supported Schmidt and his team on his ADAC German Supercross Championship

Nick Schmidt of the Engine Ice supported Sturm Racing team was crowned German Supercross Champion.

Schmidt wrapped up the title on Saturday night with one night of racing still remaining by finishing second place to fellow American and title rival, Kyle Cunningham. His second-place finish enabled him to score enough points to mathematically win the championship. It is the first German Supercross Championship in Schmidt's career. While in Germany, Schmidt competed for the Sturm Racing team, a long time supporter of motocross and supercross in Germany.

"It is a fantastic accomplishment for Nick and the Sturm Racing team", said Engine Ice President Dave Kimmey. "In the tight confines of a supercross track with little airflow, engines can overheat and lose power very easily. Engine Ice eliminates that worry by keeping the engine cool and producing power," he added.

Nick Schmidt - ADAC German Supercross Champion.Photo Courtesy of Sturm Racing

In other weekend racing action, Jace Owen of the Engine Ice sponsored TiLUBE/Jack Links/TUF Racing Honda team showed the Arenacross crowd that last week's dominating win was not a fluke by backing it up with another double win taking victories in both 250AX main events this weekend in Grand Rapids, MI. Owen is now 4 for 4 with Main Event wins in the young season.

In Supercross competition taking place at Petco Park in San Diego, CA, Davi Millsaps of the Engine Ice sponsored Rocky Mountain ATVMC-KTM-WPS racing team, scored a victory in his heat race and raced to a solid 8th place in the main event. Millsaps is 8th in the series standings after 2 rounds.