Champion Oil to Educate Attendees and Pay Respects to a Fallen Racer at PRI 2018 - Engine Builder Magazine

Champion Oil to Educate Attendees and Pay Respects to a Fallen Racer at PRI 2018

Champion Oil, a manufacturer of racing and performance products, will discuss its COLD BLUE Racing Coolant Additive in PRI Booth #1455, as well as raise funds for racer Greg Hodnett on December 6-8 in Indianapolis.

Champion Oil, a manufacturer of racing and performance products, will discuss its COLD BLUE Racing Coolant Additive in PRI Booth #1455 on December 68 in Indianapolis. The new product is a robust formulated chemical wetting agent that improves the heat transfer of racing and performance cooling systems.

Champion COLD BLUE Racing Coolant Additive allows racing and performance engines to run at up to 25° F cooler and prevent unwanted overheating. COLD BLUE contains a premium corrosion inhibitor package formulated to protect engine seals and all metals found in common cooling systems including aluminum. This product is compatible with all types and colors of coolant/antifreeze. Contains no glycol and is safe for track use. #4290I packed 16 oz. in /12 pack case.

The COLD BLUE treat rate is one ounce per quart, or one bottle per automotive cooling system of 12-20 quarts. Re-treat yearly or whenever coolant is changed for best results. Benefits include: reduces overall engine temperature, maximum corrosion protection, prevents overheating, and compatible with gasoline and diesel.

Champion Oil will also be paying tribute to veteran racer Greg Hodnett by promoting a Go-Fund-Me page for his family. https://www.gofundme.com/hodnett27

Greg Hodnett, 49, died on Thursday, September 20, 2018 from injuries sustained in a sprint car crash at the BAPS Motor Speedway, the former Susquehanna Speedway, in Newberry Township, Pennsylvania.

Greg was a professional race car driver, competing with the World of Outlaws and a member of the Pennsylvania Posse for the past 19 years. He amassed over 250 career sprint car wins and won multiple championships.

“We lost a great racer and human being. The people who need the most support at this time are the Hodnett family,” said a spokesperson for Champion Racing Oil. “First and foremost, Greg was a beloved husband, son, brother, father, grandfather, and more. Please pray for his entire family and keep them in your thoughts and well wishes. All contributions will go directly to Greg’s family.” https://www.gofundme.com/hodnett27

For more information: http://www.championbrands.com

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