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Red Line Synthetic Oil Partners With Skip Barber Racing School

Red Line will become the exclusive lubricant supplier to the legendary motorsports training academy.

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Red Line Synthetic Oil, a leader in the performance lubricants industry, has announced a partnership with legendary motorsports training academy, the Skip Barber Racing School. Red Line will be the exclusive supplier of lubricants used by the school. The company also will provide technical support.

As the official lubricant supplier of the Skip Barber Racing School, Red Line will outfit each Mustang GT in Skip Barber’s fleet with motor oil, transmission fluid, gear oil and brake fluid to ensure the cars are fully equipped to handle the demanding race track conditions, day in and day out. Each vehicle will see more than 150 track days per year, so high-quality lubricants are essential. To signify the partnership, Skip Barber’s Mustang GTs will prominently feature Red Line’s logo on the vehicles.

“We are thrilled to team up with the Skip Barber Racing School, one of the most respected names in motorsports instruction and training,” said Michael Andrew at Red Line Synthetic Oil. “Skip Barber has carved a reputation as a premiere race car driving school and is an ideal partner to showcase the superior quality and longevity of Red Line products crafted from Red Line’s own racing heritage.”

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“Our cars are some of the hardest working vehicles out there, eclipsing 20,000 track miles per year, and because of this they require the best lubricants and additives to keep them running at their peak,” said Anthony DeMonte, CEO at the Skip Barber Racing School. “Red Line Synthetic Oil’s dedication to motorsports and quality aligns with Skip Barber’s mission to provide the very best instruction to anyone looking to learn and improve their driving.”

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