Published in Health Business Week, May 30th, 2008
SUMMER CAN OFTEN LEND ITSELF TO SEVERE DRIVING CONDITIONS. HIGH TEMPERATURES AND DUSTY ROAD CONDITIONS CAN CONTRIBUTE TO ENGINE STRESS, WHICH CAN LEAD TO PERFORMANCE-ROBBING DEPOSITS AND SLUDGE.
KEVIN HARVICK, DRIVER OF THE NUMBER 29 SHELL PENNZOIL CAR, EXPLAINS THE REALITY OF ENGINE STRESS IN EXTREME CONDITIONS.
"Motor oil is often referred to as the life-blood of an engine, and when pushing our cars to the limit we rely on the same adaptive molecule technology found in Pennzoil Platinum Full Synthetic to help our engines perform at their best."
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