CONCORD, NC - World Karting Association Officials are proud to announce the designation of Red Line Synthetic Oil as the Sole Official Spec Oil provider for the Bridgestone Manufacturers Cup Series, effective immediately. Since 1979, Red Line Synthetic Oil has grown to manufacture more than 100 quality products, including Two-Stroke and Four-Stroke karting oils, as well as many other products, including gear oil and pre-mixed coolant for karts, motorcycles and ATVs, as well as motor oil, ATF, gear oil, assembly lube, fuel additives and WaterWetter™ coolant additive for automotive, powersports and industrial markets.

For the last several years, Red Line has been a participant in the WKA Manufacturers Cup Spec Oil program, joining several other companies, providing Two-Stroke oils for many Two-Cycle national competitors.

There are two eligible products for the WKA Mfg Cup program: Red Line Two-Stroke Racing Oil (#40603 for 16oz, #40605 for gallons) and Two-Stroke Kart Oil (#40403 for 16oz, #40405 for gallons) Both products are identical in formulation and are available from Red Line’s large distribution network of karting and traditional distributors, including Dreamworks/Franklin,  Comet, TS Racing, Cameron Karting, CKT Engines and many local shops. Many motorcycle resources (Cycle Gear, Tucker Rocky, and WPS) and automotive retailers (Jegs, Summit and Amazon) also carry the Two-Stroke Racing Oil.

Mixing Red Line’s product with Sunoco Fuel, the official fuel for World Karting, trims down the variables to create a specific and consistent baseline for tech officials to reference.

The implementation of Red Line as the official sole spec oil for the Mfg Cup Series, a two-year agreement, commenced at the Margay Sprint Championships December 27-30 at Daytona International Speedway for the latest edition of Daytona KartWeek. While the WKA National Road Race Series is also part of a spec oil program, that series will continue business as usual with competitors following the Spec Oil Program guidelines that have been in use all of 2015.