Mystik Lubricants returns for Terracross Championship sponsorship
Mystik Lubricants recently renewed its title sponsorship of the Terracross Championship series, providing a unique opportunity to showcase the Mystik product line.
Now known as the Mystik Lubricants Terracross Championship (MLTC), the 2013 season consists of three race events. The first takes place at the ERX Motor Park in August and is followed by Haydays Snowmobile Grass Drags in September, both of which are in Minnesota. The third race will take place in Las Vegas with a date and venue to be announced soon.
"We partnered with Joe Duncan and his team for one of the two Terracross races during its 2012 inaugural year and were so pleased with the success of the event that we wanted to renew and expand our partnership in 2013," said Karl Schmidt, general manager of petrochemicals and lubricants for CITGO Petroleum Corporation. "The Terracross Championship provides us an opportunity to showcase our products to an audience that enjoys watching athletes push themselves and their machines to their fullest potential."
This is the second season of the Terracross Championship series, which invites some of the most recognized powersports and action sports athletes racing side-by-sides, utility quads and sport quads on the toughest manmade tracks imaginable. The participation as title sponsor of MLTC gives Mystik Lubricants substantial brand visibility alongside other nationally recognized brands such as Polaris, Kawasaki and Rath Racing.
"We're excited to have Mystik Lubricants as our title sponsor," said Joe Duncan, executive director of the Terracross Championship series. "The success of our first season is driving us to work harder to create more challenging courses, resulting in more hardcore performances for our fans. Because the Mystik Lubricants brand and products carry such industry credibility and are known for their proven performance in tough conditions, our riders have come to depend on Mystik products in their engines to help them dominate in their respective events."