Power Automedia’s highly anticipated competition-based automotive show, Horsepower Wars, is proud to announce a partnership with Royal Purple Synthetic Oil, a leading brand of premium synthetic lubricants. Royal Purple has signed on as an official sponsor and partner of Horsepower Wars, and will be providing oil and lubricants to competitors for season one including the following episodes:
- Pony Wars: Camaro vs. Mustang – A 2017 Ford Mustang GT and a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS go head-to-head on a dyno, road course, and drag strip. Royal Purple’s products will be showcased, with the builders using Royal Purple’s high-performance motor oil and extended-life oil filters, as well as transmission fluid and Royal Purple’s Max Gear synthetic gear oil.
- $10K Drag Shootout – Teams are given $10k to buy, build, and race a drag car in just 10 days with a plethora of surprises and challenges along the way. The score is settled at Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio in September. Royal Purple will supply lubricants to all competitors for use in their budget drag vehicles.
- Coyote vs. LS Shootout 2: Boost – Horsepower Wars revisits the simple, yet controversial debut into the series– but this time with two boosted versions of each engine, $15,000 each, and as much horsepower as possible. Royal Purple oil will be used on the dyno.
“Horsepower Wars is going to be filled with raw, unbridled automotive passion – created by enthusiasts for enthusiasts,” said Power Automedia’s Scott Parker. “Royal Purple is an ideal partner given the competitions we have in mind because it prides itself in producing superior lubrication products for the performance aftermarket.”
“We are extremely excited about our partnership with Horsepower Wars and are looking forward to supporting the competitors by providing our oils and lubricants,” said JP Hyden, Event and Partnership Manager at Royal Purple Synthetic Oil. “Horsepower Wars was created with auto enthusiasts in mind and we are always excited to support them by helping to maintain and improve their vehicles performance.”