Racing Ready Synthetics, AMSOIL Dealership

New Independent AMSOIL Dealership Launched

Racing Ready announces the launch of it’s new Independent AMSOIL Dealership that caters to the needs of the amateur motorsport enthusiast & participant.   We are your synthetic lubrication solution for your motor vehicle.  Be it a racing machine or a daily driver, all vehicles deserve proper lubrication protection.  In addition to the ease of ordering product directly online (& looking up AMSOIL products that are correct for your vehicle’s application), Dan will be taking Racing Ready Synthetics to many of these racing events, car shows & other motorsports enthusiasts venues, offering quality synthetic lubrication products to support the performance goals of amateur motorsport racers.

This sales endeavor is: Racing Ready Synthetics

Dan Scanlon, editor of Racing Ready, promotes, supports & showcases motorsport participants in a variety of competition venues.  These range from spirited local autocross competition, to high performance drivers education (HPDE) events & even road racing competition. Also featured are up & coming talented individuals climbing the challenging ladder of racing involvement.

For more details & answers to your lubrication questions, contact Dan here.  To conveniently order, the Authorized AMSOIL Dealer link is on the left side of this page.

AMSOIL Authorized Dealer logo for Racing Ready Synthetics

This is the announcement Racing Ready has been alluding to for the last few weeks.  I am looking forward to a variety of promotional opportunities for AMSOIL products.  Please consider these superior & cost effective synthetic lubrication products I offer for sale.


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5 thoughts on “Racing Ready Synthetics, AMSOIL Dealership”

  1. Accredited Author and Synthetic Lubricants Specialist Steve Tarini has been involved with Amsoil since 1996 and is an exerpt in the field of extended drain intervals. Amsoil Synthetic Lubricants in Columbus, Ohio have been the undisputed leader in extended drain motor oils since 1972 and even coined the phrase Extended Drain Intervals .

  2. So he criticizes the keynesian system but uses the idiotic concept of leakage to explain why keinyseanism won’t work. (the whole C+I+G+X.M is nonsense when you realize all the vairiables depend on each other!)

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