Champion Racing Oil is the title sponsor of an event next weekend at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.
The Champion Racing Oil National Open at Williams Grove Speedway—for sprint cars sanctioned by the World of Outlaws Craftsman Series—is set to pay out more than $50,000 to the winner Sept. 28-29.
The Champion Racing Oil National Open is an event with more than 50 years of history that includes the biggest names in motorsports competing at half-mile Williams Grove Speedway, one of dirt racing’s legendary venues, according to organizers. The speedway is a half-mile dirt track located about 10 miles south of the Pennsylvania state capital of Harrisburg. It opened in 1939 and has been host to many championship races.
Champion Racing Oils are built specifically to meet the lubrication demands of racecar engines, especially those using flat tappet and roller cams operating at high RPMs and that require high-pressure valve springs, according to the company. To meet these demands, Champion utilizes its premium ZDDP anti-wear protection package, which contains a unique balance of chemistry that includes high levels of zinc and phosphorus.
In addition, all Champion Racing motor oils contain the company’s exclusive Thermal Viscosity Stabilizer (TVS) technology.
“This proprietary technology,” according to a company press release, “delivers unmatched film strength at high temperature, better piston ring seal for maximum compression, and increases the foot-pounds of torque in most engines.”
For additional information, call Champion at 800-821-5693 or 660-890-6231.