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Motorsports Take Engines to Their Limits

ELEV8 Powertrain Treatment can enhance the performance of any vehicle, including world-class racing vehicles. ELEV8’s ability to boost horsepower can be the difference between first and tenth place, and its ability to increase mileage can mean one less pit stop than everyone else is needing to make.

Every engine is maximized for optimum horsepower, torque and endurance in motorsports. These cars have high performance engines that require high performance racing additives, whether they are Formula One race cars, endurance prototypes at Le Mans, or monster trucks at Monster Jam.

Here’s a look at a few of the sports and their cars:

Formula One

Formula One cars use 1.6 liter four-stroke turbocharged 90 degree V6 reciprocating engines that can reach speeds over 220 mph and rev up to 18,000 rpms. These engines won’t change in 2021, although F1 cars will become more aerodynamic. Renault and Honda currently supply about one-third of F1’s engines. Those engines use the same type of fuel as personal cars on the road. The difference is in the racing engine additive that F1 drivers use.

According to Jason Sultana’s Formula One Insights, F1 engines “act as an extreme laboratory for oil and fuel scientists working towards reduced friction, better engine protection and improved fuel economy, all of which are passed on to road car users.”

Le Mans

Changes are slated for the 2021 Le Mans race, as new rules will formally end the Le Mans Prototype (LMP1) chapter. It will be replaced with the Le Mans Hypercar for the FIA World Endurance Championship and culminate in the 8th and final chapter of the cycle–the 88th Le Mans 24-hour endurance race in June. Expect Toyota, Porsche Ferrari, Aston Martin and Corvette to vie for the trophy.

Monster Jam

Monster trucks are big at up to 12’ x12’ x20’, weigh about four tons and have 66-inch tires. Many of their engines are a supercharged fuel-injected big block American V8s that are fueled by 99.9 percent methanol and are rated for around 1,500 hp. Most of the Monster trucks have rear-mounted engines that help the trucks fly through the air with ease. Monster trucks get around seven mph using methanol fuel. Monster Jam is toying with the idea of going to a diesel engine, since it burns fuel more efficiently.

What Is ELEV8 Performance?

Motorsports put racing oil additives to the test every time cars or trucks run a race. It doesn’t matter if they race on short tracks or long tracks. Performance parts need performance powertrain treatment.

The launch of ELEV8 Powertrain Treatment last November at the SPEEDVEGAS racetrack in Las Vegas began a technological revolution in synthetic engine treatment. ELEV8 uses a proprietary nanotechnology that eliminates friction by up to 75 percent and engine temperature by up to 40 percent. ELEV8 also increases horsepower up to 10 percent and torque up to 9 percent. Independent testing shows that by reducing friction and heat, ELEV8 actually increases fuel economy by up to 27 percent. This also reduces engine wear-and-tear by up to 82 percent, which increases the service life. Additionally, because ELEV8 increase fuel economy by up to 27 percent, it reduces emissions by up to 27 percent.

ELEV8 Partnering With Collete Davis

As announced in this press release, ELEV8 Performance Products is a primary sponsor of professional racecar driver, Collete Davis. Twenty-six year old Davis was deeply involved in the building of the one-of-a-kind 600 hp ELEV8 Kia Forte racecar. Although the ELEV8 Kia Forte was a one-of-a-kind racecar, the 2020 Kia Forte GT is a mass-produced car with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission or a 6-speed manual transmission. It’s turbo-charged for an impressive 201 hp.