VP Racing Fuels announced that it will be exhibiting at Motorsports 2013 in Oaks, PA January 18-20, Dealer News Powersports Expo in Indianapolis February 15-17 and Joe Patrick’s Gater Racing News Event at Syracuse March 9-10. VP's staff will be kicking off an aggressive schedule servicing race events as well.

“VP’s been a presenting sponsor many times and an exhibitor every time at Lenny Sammons’ events for more than 20 years,” said Jim Kelly, VP’s Eastern Regional Manager-Race Fuel Sales. “The show has been THE motorsport event in the area every January for racers, tracks, manufacturers and race fans. We opted to move from the primary sponsor role and entrench with the rest of the high performance manufacturers in a 10x40 space staffed by myself, Freddie Turza from our R&D department, our field reps and our VP apparel staff. We support Lenny and Area Auto fully and know everyone looking for race fuel, tech, and new VP apparel will be able to find us very easily there.”

February will be a very busy month for VP as the popular Dealer News powersports industry show is scheduled at the Indianapolis Convention Center while Speedweeks are running in Florida. “During Speedweeks, we’ll have trucks servicing racers at Volusia and New Smyrna, staff working the RPM Promoter’s Workshop in Daytona, and a full staff supporting our powersports programs – motorcycles, quads, personal watercraft and snowmobiles – at the Indy event,” Kelly continued. “To add to February’s craziness, we’re also working Supercross and NHRA events on the West Coast but in truth, we can’t wait to get going again.”

In addition to the Oaks and Indy dates, VP will also be at the Gater Racing News event at the Syracuse Fairgrounds Saturday and Sunday, March 9-10. “Gater’s a fixture in the region and this is a great opportunity to meet with racers and track owners as everyone prepares for their season openers,” Kelly added. “We’ll have our Tech Team there and we’ll also be selling VP apparel as well as our popular plastic 5-gallon Motorsport Containers™, including the very popular pink containers that support Breast Cancer Awareness.”