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VP Racing Fuels Joins AUVSI

The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International and its members support VP Racing Fuels’ efforts to help members make better fuel choices.

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VP Racing Fuels, a global leader in performance fuels, lubricants and additives, is the latest company to join The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) membership network. 

“I am excited to be able to take our 45-plus years of experience and passion and apply it to the modern UV engine fuels. We know that everything is special in regard to UVs, from the construction of the vehicles to the missions they perform,” said James Harlow, director of Business Development for VP Racing Fuels. “The quality of the fuel does matter, and we can help! Here at VP Racing Fuels, we are excited to join AUVSI and meet the membership’s challenges and passions to continue adding value to the community.” 

The research and development for UVs started by accident as many customers picked up VP fuels at local speed shops as an alternative to pump gas, which was inconsistent and low in quality. VP offers high-quality fuels that minimize street gasoline’s bad aspects and maximize the good aspects. Some examples are consistent RVP, easy starts, long shelf life, and no gumming and deposits. VP began its research and development on turbine/Jet fuels in 2018 once discovering that JP-5 and JP-8 have many variables between manufacturers and regions. VP Racing Fuels has identified several fuel blends that will offer better performance in UV’s. 

The AUVSI organization and its members support VP Racing Fuels’ efforts to help members make better fuel choices. As a 45-plus-year-old company known for performance products and technical leadership, VP is now transferring some of that knowledge to the UV markets. 

For more information on VP Racing Fuels, visit vpracingfuels.com.

For more information on AUVSI, visit auvsi.org

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