During its annual visit to the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show in Indianapolis, Lucas Oil Products’ newly released FL-0 low-viscosity synthetic racing engine oil was selected as a winning entry for the trade show’s Global Media Award.
The PRI Trade Show takes place in Indianapolis and serves as the premier platform for industry professionals from all over the world to discover new racing products and trends.
The FL-0 low-viscosity synthetic racing oil is Lucas Oil’s new premium, super-efficient, low-viscosity racing engine oil. Inspired by the company’s racing heritage, FL-0 was developed with the help of six-time NHRA Pro Stock world champion Warren Johnson and his son, Kurt.
The oil formulated with an exclusive blend of PAO, organic esters, dispersants, borates organic compounds, friction modifiers and ZDDP. FL-0 is ideal for use in Pro Stock Racing or any application using low-viscosity racing engine oils, according to the company.
“We’ve put many hours of R&D into developing our new FL-0 oil, and we’re really excited to see all that hard work be well-received on the track and off,” said Morgan Lucas, SVP of sales, Lucas Oil products. “Getting recognized by the PRI judges with a Global Media Award is very special to us, and as we continue to develop new products, we hope to push the racing industry in a direction that produces products with benefits for both competitive and everyday vehicles.”
The Global Media Awards Program honors products that have been selected by an esteemed panel of industry experts from around the world. Journalists from top publications serve as judges who identify what new products at the PRI trade show are most likely to succeed in their home countries.