SBT Racing announces team roster for 2018 East Coast Snocross Conx2share Series

OTTSVILLE, Pennsylvania (Nov. 6, 2017) – As temperatures continue to fall across the northeast and forecasts of accumulating snow become the norm, another highly-competitive snowmobile race team is gearing up for a busy winter ahead.

Pennsylvania-based SBT Racing owner Steven J. Max and Race Director Nate Tatro announced on Friday the team’s roster for the 2018 East Coast Snocross (ECS) Conx2share series. SBT Racing is posied to make a unique, dual-brand, five-rider assault on the points titles from Juniors to Pro Lite.

Tatro says the athletes are all in great shape, and his hopes for the new sleds’ potential are high.

“All of our riders had an active, healthy summer and are busy preparing for the new season,” Tatro said. “I think the new race sleds from both Arctic Cat and Ski-doo are going to make for some excing racing in 2018. Steven has assembled a great group of riders and marketing partners.

“Now, we need to go out and get those sleds dialed in to put our team in a position to win races. I think if we get a nice cold, snowy winter, we’ll all have a reason to smile at the tracks this season.”

Leading the squad into battle for 2018 is Vermont native and regional snocross veteran Bradley Tatro. The 18-year-old Stamford native came up through the ranks and earned the Sport championship in 2017. For 2018, Tatro will ride the hot new factory-backed Arctic Cat ZR6000R in the Pro Lite class.

Joining Tatro on the talent-laiden roster is Pro Women veteran Theresa Max. The dedicated young athlete from Pennsylvania has taken to snocross like a fish to water. Max hopes to convert her strong finishes from last season into a legitimate title run on the all-new Ski-doo MXZx 600RS E-TEC.

Sport division racer Adam Levi will run his first full season of snocross after a suceesful part-time debut last winter. The rising talent from Inlet, New York is expected to make big progress in 2018.

Dillon Powles will compete in the highly-competitive Junior 16-17 Stock 600 class this season. He put in several strong performances during the 2017 campaign and looks to build on that trend. Holding down the SBT Racing 120cc slot is Brianna Sell. Sell, like Tatro, will ride an Arctic Cat.

Rounding out the team’s 2018 roster is 12-year-old Junior racer Steven F. Max. The younger Max has worked diligently to stay in shape during the off-season. His motocross efforts last summer produced a coveted podium finish in the 12-15-year-old division in Englishtown, New Jersey.

SBT Racing would like to thank our valued marketing partners for their support in 2018, including Arctic Cat; Ski-doo; Moto Tassinari; Woody’s Traction Products (celebrating their 50th anniversary in 2018); Spectro Oil; That’s A Wrap; Sandbox Kings; FOX Shocks; Shoei Helmets; FLY Racing; Camso; C&A Pro Skis; Scott Goggles; Asterisk; Speedwerx; ROX; Mirabito and 139 Designs.

To follow SBT Racing in 2018, catch the Conx2share Live Steam from every ECS points race.