Red Line Synthetic Oil, a leading supplier of synthetic lubricants and additives, today announced that their partnership with the H.E.P. Motorsports team, supported by Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. (SMAI), will continue through 2020. In addition to the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross series, Red Line will also provide products and technical support to the team as they compete in the 2020 Pro Motocross Championship.
Red Line Synthetic Oil was founded over 40 years ago by racers who sought to create additives and lubricants designed for maximum performance. Working in tandem with the passionate team at H.E.P., the company will apply its motorsports knowledge to provide the riders with application specific high-performance products including Red Line’s 0W40 Powersport Motor Oil, SuperCool® with WaterWetter®, RL-600 Brake Fluid, CV-2 Grease and Assembly Lube.
Ensuring riders maintain their bikes properly, Red Line’s 0W40 Powersports Oil is formulated with high-quality base stocks and additives for superior film strength and protection. SuperCool with WaterWetter is a convenient, pre-mixed coolant that provides improved heat transfer and reduced operating termperatures, while reducing corrosion and electrolysis and rust, all while providing water pump sealer. Motocross and Supercross racing brake systems take a lot of abuse and Red Line’s RL-600 Brake Fluid is engineered to reduce fade and improve brake response at extreme temperatures.
“We really enjoyed working with Red Line throughout the 2019 Supercross season and we’re looking forward to continuing our relationship this year across both SX and now the MX series,” said Clark Jones, H.E.P. Crew Chief. “As a team that is always striving to improve and reach the next level, it is important for us to put the best products possible in our motorcycles. It is a weight off my shoulders knowing that with our partnership with Red Line Oil we will continue to have just that.”
The 2020 H.E.P team is comprised of experienced riders Kyle Cunningham, Adam Enticknap, Ryan Breece, Max Anstie and the legendary crew chief, Clark Jones. The team will compete on 2020 Sukuzi RMZ 450’s that are built specifically to each racer’s preference.Red Line will remain in close contact with Jones in order to obtain feedback from the riders as they compete throughout both the Supercross and Motocross season.
Additionally, the H.E.P. team is continuing its ‘Race Motorcycle Giveaway’ for the second year in a row. Applicants can enter at their local Supercross event or onlinefor a chance to be flown out to the final round in Las Vegas. This trip includes a VIP team experience and the opportunity to pick one of the team athletes’ actual race motorcycles during the race day live broadcast.
“Through our work with the H.E.P. Motorsports team, we are able to put our products through the most extreme testing available, actual racing,” said Kit Szwarcburg, Marketing Director of Red Line Synthetic Oil. “Throughout our company history we have applied our racing knowledge and feedback from racers like H.E.P. to create and improve product line.”..”
Founded in 1979, Red Line Synthetic Oil has engineered premium additives and lubricants for dirt bikes and motor racing applications from the beginning, with the notion that drivers need the best of the best. In 2007, Red Line debuted its powersports line to support riders by providing them with the best oils and additives available on the market. Red Line formulates fully-synthetic oils and advanced additives using the world’s finest ester and PAO base stocks, so riders can be sure they are receiving the highest quality fluids.