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Green Earth Technologies’ G-OIL G-1 Racing Oil Awarded First Pour For Racing Engines

Kinetic Motor Sports will begin using G-Oil in all its engines.

STAMFORD, Conn. — Green Earth Technologies’ (GET) G-OIL G-1 Racing Oil recently underwent successful real-life testing at the Daytona "Fresh From Florida" test races in the Kinetic Motorsports and Kinetic Sunbelt Engines’ BMW M3 GS car.

According to the company, Kinetic found G-OIL G-1 Racing Oil to be robust and held together well with no foaming. In addition, it aided in reducing oil temperature approximately 5 to 10 percent over the oil previously used that was run in a side by side test in another BMW M3 racing car.

"We will be putting G-Oil in all our engines that leave the shop and recommend that clients continue to use the oil throughout the life of the engine," said Russell Smith, owner of Kinetic Motor Sports.

Kinetic Motor Sports will also begin selling G-OIL on their website in the near future. Kinetic Sunbelt Engines, the engine building division of Kinetic Speed Shop, builds racing engines for a number of teams in the Grand-Am series and other series such as Speed World Challenge, Spec Miata and many Porsche, BMW and Mazda club racing.

"This is a huge achievement for Green Earth Technologies and the first time that I am aware of a ‘green’ product outperforming a conventional one," said Dr. Mathew Zuckerman, president and COO of Green Earth Technologies.

GET products are made with American-grown base oils and utilize the power of nanotechnology, which replaces the petrochemical base of traditional appearance and performance chemicals with an ultimate biodegradable bio base made with plants or animal fat.

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