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PennGrade 1 Hosts Paralympian and Top Sportsman Driver Matthew Stutzman at PRI

Born with no arms, Stutzman drag races competitively using his feet.

D-A Lubricant Company has announced it will host Top Sportsman driver Matthew Stutzman at the PennGrade 1 booth at the upcoming PRI Show in Indianapolis.

Known as the Armless Archer, Stutzman is one of the most celebrated archers in the world. He is a Paralympic medalist and Guiness World Record holder — and also a motorsports and drag racing enthusiast. He started drag racing at the amateur level in 2012, and now races competitively in the Top Sportsman class.

Stutzman drives a customized 1968 Chevrolet Camaro, powered by a 540-cubic-inch Big Block Chevy with a 10-71 High Helix blower running on alcohol and using PennGrade 1 SAE 50.

Promoting PennGrade 1 and sharing his remarkable story, Stutzman will appear at PennGrade 1’s booth #3957 at the PRI Show, December 7-9 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. Stutzman will appear at the booth at the following times:

  • Thursday, December 7 from 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
  • Friday, December 8 from 1-2 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 9 from 10-11 a.m.

“We are thrilled to have Matt join us at our PennGrade 1 booth at PRI this year,” said D-A Lubricant Executive Vice President John Noal. “Matt is an inspiration to so many people all over the world, and he continues to break barriers no matter where he goes and what he does. We look forward to many PRI show attendees visiting our booth to meet Matt — learning more about him and his passion for the automotive industry.”

Operated in the U.S. for 100 years, D-A Lubricant produces industry-leading engine oils, including PennGrade 1 High Performance Oils, specifically designed for racing, classic, historic, vintage, hot rod and muscle car engines. The Original Green Oil®” is the product engine builders, racers, classic car owners and manufacturers have come to know and trust for generations.

For more information: or call 317-923-5321.

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