SAN ANTONIO, TX (AUGUST 10, 2010) VP Racing Fuels, an industry leader in race fuel technology, today introduced its newest fuel for rally racing—VP Export. With its popular RallyPlus fuel for turbos already well established in the rally world, VP Export is specifically designed for 4-stroke naturally aspirated engines, e.g., S2000, S1600, R1, R2, R3 and Maxi, although it also will work well in Group N turbo engines. Engineered to FIA technical specifications, VP Export reflects the latest technology in rally fuel development.
”Compared to other fuels that conform to FIA specifications, VP Export offers significantly more power and torque,” said Jim Kelly, European Regional Manager for VP. “In particular, it improves transient rates due to its faster burning speed and superior energy value, offering faster accelerations and shorter turbo response time.”
“VP’s fuels are famous for their extreme consistency, and with the top quality of its components and high degree of purity, VP Export is no exception,” Kelly added. “It has already been tested and recommended by top engine builders and manufacturers in Europe. Engineers are always searching for more performance and we’ve worked with many to deliver what they recognize as the best new rally fuel on the market. As a result, several fuel mapping guidelines are readily available at no cost to teams around the world”.
VP Export is immediately available throughout Europe via multiple VP warehouses and distributors, minimizing freight cost and delivery time.
For more information, to obtain fuel for testing or to become a VP distributor, interested parties should contact Jerome Duche at +33 6 65 22 32 19 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
VP Racing Fuels powers 2010 Rally America Champion Antoine L’Estage, the prestigious American LeMans Series, Star Mazda, NHRA Championship Drag Racing and FIA European Pro Stock Drag Racing Champion Jimmy Alund as well as a remarkable number of champions in motorcycle road racing, motocross, jet ski and quad competitions, including Motocross des Nations and the Isle of Mann TT.