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VP Racing Fuels Named Official Fuel of Motovicity’s Never Lift

VP Racing Fuels, Inc. has been named the Official Fuel of Motovicity’s Never Lift event to be held April 27-28 at the New Coalinga Municipal Airport in Coalinga, CA.

VP Racing Fuels, Inc. has been named the Official Fuel of Motovicity’s Never Lift event to be held April 27-28 at the New Coalinga Municipal Airport in Coalinga, CA.

“Never Lift is a really extraordinary event where performance cars and drivers race against the clock, rain or shine, on a half-mile course and so it’s fitting that VP will be there to fuel their passion with our performance products,” said Andy Deel, division manager of consumer products for VP.

Never Lift 2019 returns for its second year and will bring together some of the fastest cars, top performance brands and best builders and shops to throw down for $38,500 in cash prizes and will feature more than 200 high-powered vehicles competing for top speed in six classes. Information for racers and spectators can be found at www.neverlifthalfmile.com

“Motovicity is excited to have VP Racing Fuels as the Official Fuel Sponsor of Never Lift Half Mile,” added Jason Wieczorek, purchasing manager, Motovicity Distribution. “Our customers and racers expect the best, and that’s exactly what they will get with VP Racing being on hand during our event. Never Lift has the largest payouts in half mile racing, and with VP’s help we expect to see more world records broken and cars going even faster this year!”

VP’s fuel offerings for the event are C16, HP100, MS109 REG, VP IMPORT REG, X85, and Q16 REG and fuel pre-orders can be placed by calling VP’s California office at 951.696.5100 or emailing [email protected] before April 17. Racers with questions about fuel selection can call VP’s tech support line at 812-878-2025 for assistance.

For more info: vpracingfuels.com.

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