WHEN YOU CRAVE THE MOST POWER, BEST PERFORMANCE AND MUST-HAVE FUEL CONSISTENCY, YOU NEED VP RACING FUELS.
Why? Because performance fuel is our passion, our lifeblood. Since 1975, it has been and continues to be the primary focus of everything we do.
And it’s not just “race gas.” It’s performance fuels of all types—racing gasoline, racing methanol, nitro-methane, small engine fuels, hobby fuels, storage fuels—essentially any application requiring custom formulation for specific performance characteristics.
RACE FUEL IS A PERFORMANCE PART
That’s right—fuel is a performance part, as critical to your program as a camshaft or piston. A race vehicle is nothing more than a collection of parts. And to have a winning race vehicle, you need the best parts—and that includes racing fuel. Racing fuel that is specifically designed to optimize performance in your application, according to your requirements and your fuel rules.
THE MOST COST EFFECTIVE PERFORMANCE GAINS YOU CAN BUY
Because you presumably race to win, you know winning usually requires the best parts—and you get what you pay for. Formulating race fuel is challenging and complex. Recognizing that race fuel is a performance part, VP seeks out and uses only the best components. And the components that yield the best results are expensive. That’s why VP’s fuels are typically not inexpensive. VP fuels are premium products manufactured with premium components. We take no shortcuts. If you see a lower price on another race fuel, your first question should be “what shortcuts were taken in its production” and “what am I risking or sacrificing as a result?”
PRICE VS PERFORMANCE
We encourage you to weigh the price of VP’s fuels against the quality and performance gains they deliver. We’re confident you’ll find they’re among the most cost-effective parts in your arsenal.
As an example, if you switch a drag car from a generic 116 octane fuel to VP’s Q16, you can pick up 30 HP (and sometimes more) in a 550 in. engine and a .03-.05 gain in your 1/8 mile ET. Even if you’re paying $3 more per pass for Q16, that’s the cheapest horsepower you can buy!
Or say you switch your circle track car from a “standard” 110 fuel to VP113. You’ll find it makes more power, offers better throttle response, burns cleaner and your engine runs cooler. And because it runs cooler, you’ll maintain power through the longest races and harshest conditions. Considering what you spend on your engine, isn’t it worth $1-2 extra per gallon to not only improve your chances of winning but also protect your investment?