Todd Seals Pro Championship at Malone FinaleMalone, NY - New York native Corin Todd powered his Polaris to victory in the last Pro final of the season, securing the 2013 championship as East Coast Snocross completed its season finale Saturday at the Titus Mountain Family Ski Center.
Todd (Bailey/Hulten Polaris), of Otego, passed Lincoln Lemieux after the first of 14 laps and led to the finish. Lemieux (Lemieux Racing/Ski-doo) settled for second just a tick over three seconds back, while 2012 champion Danny Poirier (Bailey/Hulten Polaris) filled out the podium in third.
Lemieux, Ellis Split Pro Open Wins at BoonvilleBoonville, NY - Veteran snowmobile racers Lincoln Lemieux and Derek Ellis each won a Pro final over the weekend, as ECS completed Round 8 of its nine-race 2013 schedule at the Boonville-Oneida County Fairgrounds.
Lemieux (Lemieux Racing/Ski-doo), of St. Johnsbury, VT, prevailed in a battle with defending champion Danny Poirier (Bailey/Hulten Polaris) to claim Saturday's 14-lap final. Poirier led five laps yet settled for second, while Ellis kicked off his weekend with a solid third.
Pilotte Sweeps Pro-Lite at SalamancaSalamanca, NY - Multi-winning and defending Pro champion Danny Poirier and teammate Corin Todd added more wins to their strong season over the weekend, as ECS completed Round 7 at the beautiful Seneca Allegany Casino & Hotel. ECS teams raced in conjunction with ISOC national teams in this top-notch new venue, competing in front of thousands of fans in this snowmobile-loving portion of western New York.
Asselin claims Triple Crown final in ValcourtVALCOURT, Quebec (Feb. 18, 2013) — Quebec native Donovan Asselin stole the headlines with a dominant performance last Friday afternoon, winning the high-stakes final round of the inaugural Triple Crown series for Pro and Pro Lite riders in Super Competition Motorsport (SCM) and East Coast Snocross (ECS).
Todd, Poirier Split Lake George 2LAKE GEORGE, NY (Feb. 11, 2013) — Veteran snowmobile racers Corin Todd and Danny Poirier each claimed a Pro final over the weekend, as East Coast Snocross (ECS) completed Round 5 on the 2012-13 schedule in the famed resort town of Lake George.
Ellis Notches First Pro Victory in LouisevillePilotte Sweeps Pro-Lite Wins
Louiseville, Quebec - Idaho native Derek Ellis has raced snowmobiles in more different places than he cares to count. The veteran athlete who now lives in West Fargo, ND, but calls Massachusetts home this winter headed north to Quebec last weekend, and brought home the big trophy for his efforts.
Wallenstein, Pilotte Split Pro-LiteLake George, NY – Second-generation snocross racer Lincoln Lemieux stole the spotlight once again Sunday, completing a sweep of the Pro finals as East Coast Snocross wrapped up Round 3 in the famed resort town of Lake George, New York.
Lemieux, of St. Johnsbury, Vermont, piloted his Ski-doo to victory in Saturday's 14-lap contest, finishing just a half-second ahead of runner-up Corin Todd (Bailey/Hulten Polaris). Vermont veteran Chris Ackerman (Ingles Performance/Ski-doo) came up big with his first podium run of the season in third.
Jess/Wallenstein Score First Pro-Lite Wins in Plattsburgh
Todd/Lemieux Split Pro Finals
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (Jan. 14, 2013) — Two rising stars in northeastern snowmobile racing showcased their skills over the weekend, as East Coast Snocross (ECS) joined forces with Quebec-based Super Competition Motorsport (SCM) at the famed Airborne Speedway.
New York native Corin Todd powered to victory in Saturday's Pro Open final, then capped a big day by winning the first qualifying heat in the 2013 Triple Crown Series.
Todd, Poirier Split Pro Finals at Burke Opener
EAST BURKE, Vermont (Dec. 10, 2012) — Veteran snowmobile racers Corin Todd and Danny Poirier stole the show Sunday, splitting the Pro Open finals as East Coast Snocross (ECS) opened its 2012-13 season at the beautiful Burke Mountain ski area.
Todd, a rising star from Otego, NY, powered his Bailey/Hulten/Utica National Insurance Polaris past early leader Lucas Brunelle on the challenging uphill section of the track, then pulled away to a convincing win in Round 1.