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New synthetic racing oils from LATRacing Oils

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For the past couple of years LAT Racing Oils have become a household name in the pits of virtually every form of motor racing, and there’s good reason. Racers are realizing exceptional results. Expense is not a consideration at LAT and each blend begins with the very finest, Group IV and Group V base oils available. These extremely pure oils are blended with the company’s exclusive LFR additive

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