BUBBA ARMY SPRINT NATIONALS RETURN TO THE SUNSHINE STATE! The USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car Series opens the 2011 season February 16-19 at America’s Dirt Track — Ocala Speedway in Ocala, Florida.
Bob Teague has a habit of winning World Championships and that habit continued in Orange Beach, Ala. as he won the AMSOIL “Thunder on the Gulf” OPA World Championship October 23-24. AMSOIL was the presenting sponsor of this years Thunder on the Gulf event, and Team AMSOIL took home the top honors of World Champion. After two days of testing, Teague took on surprisingly calm waters on Sunday and quickly accelerated to the lead at the start of the first 60-mile heat
As snowmobile riders throughout Canada and the United States prepare for the winter season, http://www.oildepot.ca announces their line-up of Amsoil synthetic oils, filters and other performance products for snowmobile applications. (PRWeb October 30, 2010) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/10/prweb4718844.htm
Newman Outdoor Field in Fargo will host the Dakota Magic Casino Fargo National snocross races on Dec. 10-11.
I put some synthetic oil in my car a while back and a family member that knows a lot about cars said it would be safe to go 10-15 thousand miles. Is this true? Don’t I need to change my oil filter more often than that?
I have 2004 Toyota RAV4 that has 100K miles. I was wondering if switching to synthetic oil has any benefits. And which is the best synthetic oil available on market?
Paul Whibley claimed a spectacular win at the Amsoil Ironman GNCC in Crawfordsville, Indiana – the 13th and final round of the 2010 Can-Am Grand National Cross Country Series. The win was Whibley’s second in a row and it was witnessed by over 10,500 spectators; the largest crowd to attend a GNCC in recent times.
The “Legends of Ascot” will be remembered this Saturday night as the AMSOIL USAC/CRA Sprint Cars compete at Perris (Calif.) Auto Speedway. The Ascot Park oval closed in 1990 but the legendary track produced some of the sport’s most memorable moments in its long history.
When considering AMSOIL synthetic diesel oils for your vehicles and equipment, you’ve got numerous options. Below you will find much information specific to each product, but, if that doesn’t help you completely narrow down your options, you can always check the AMSOIL Product Application Guide. In addition, if you’re REALLY stuck and just don’t know […]
Brad and Roger Lovell combined to enter and race in 27 events in 2010 and recently hit their 11th event in as many weeks. From rock racing to the Traxxas TORC Series presented by AMSOIL , the brothers accomplished quite a bit this summer. The last event, however, returned the Colorado natives to their roots: rock crawling. The We-Rock Grand Nationals were hosted by Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah. Brad Lovell guided the #232 AMSOIL /Ford Ranger around the highly technical course with the complete confidence in Rogerâ€™s guidance. On the first course, the truck got wedged into a notch and twisting the drive shaft. They were able to finish the course, but more bad luck found them on the second course. This time, the #232 found itself on its hood after a carefully planned maneuver went wrong. Despite early troubles, they duo found their confidence and scored the lowest on four of the next six courses. Heading into the final round in fourth and had to have a perfect run to get back into podium contention. The first two sets of gates were an insane cross-sloped hump that already spilled two trucks down the rocks. The Lovell’s were forced to formulate a plan on the fly and narrowly perched the Ranger on top of a tall slope. They then shimmied clear of the cones and let the BFG’s grab hold and not let go when just an inch of slip would have rolled the truck 20â€™ down the course. They got back on track and climbed from eighth to finish third and received another Torchmate constructed trophy for the effort. “It wasnâ€™t the repeat championship that we hoped for but a strong finish and a positive end to the season,” said Brad Lovell. “I feel privileged to have raced all over the country in a wide variety of disciplines â€“ desert, rock racing, hillclimbs, short course, and rockcrawling. In fact, my mind is still racing with crashes, near misses, and plenty of zero gravity moments. I am very grateful and humbled to all those who helped our team.” The team does have one more event to go in 2010. Brad will be heading south of the border for the Baja 1000 in mid-November, navigating the Torchmate/AMSOIL Class 7 truck in the epic race from Ensenada to La Paz. Until then, we’ll see you at the races. Team AMSOIL