Royal Purple To Be A Primary Sponsor Of Global Rallycross

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Published on April 17, 2013 with No Comments

LOS ANGELES, CA. (April 17, 2013) — Global Rallycross announced today that the synthetic oil and lubricant manufacturer, Royal Purple, will be a primary sponsor for the 2013 season, which begins April 21 at the X Games in Foz do Iguacu, Brazil.

“We are pleased to announce that Royal Purple has agreed to become a primary sponsor of the 2013 Global Rallycross series,” said Colin Dyne, Global Rallycross CEO.  “Royal Purple has a strong reputation for premium synthetic lubricants and is an ideal partner for our series.”

Royal Purple racing products are specifically formulated for the demands of multi-platform racing environments. These include: racing oil, nitro plus racing oil, break in oil, gear oil, transmission fluid, assembly lube and fuel system cleaner and stabilizer. Professional engine builders and race teams cite increased horsepower and longer engine life with the use of Royal Purple that gains its performance advantages from Royal Purple’s proprietary Synerlec additive technology.

“Given the caliber of racing demonstrated in the Global Rallycross series, we are confident this partnership will further show our commitment to supporting emerging racing bodies that embody outperformance,” said Royal Purple Marketing Director Randy Fisher.

Now in its fourth season, Global Rallycross is the fastest growing motorsports series in the world, combining the best aspects of circuit racing, off-road racing and rally competition to deliver intense action in a fan-friendly environment.  Global Rallycross pits production-based, small cars against each other for door-to-door racing featuring elements such as dirt, asphalt and jumps. Drivers move through a series of heat races to advance into a final race, where winner takes all.


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