Mystik Lubricants has announced it will be the exclusive lubricant sponsor of the 25th Annual Arctic Man event, April 7–11, 2010, in Summit Lake, AK.
As one of the world’s toughest downhill ski races and an exciting snowmobile event all wrapped up in one, Arctic Man racers can face temperatures ranging from minus 20 to minus 50 degrees Fahrenheit—putting their snowmobile’s core parts to the ultimate test. As the top cold weather lubricant on the market, Mystik provides Arctic Man competitors with the best protection for any sled.
“The Arctic Man event is the perfect opportunity for Mystik to showcase the extreme capabilities of its top performance synthetic engine oil and grease,” said Janet Jordan, Mystik brand manager. “We are very fortunate to not only be the exclusive lubricant sponsor, but also a platinum sponsor of this world class event. We are also proud to be the Davis Racing Team oil of choice. Team members include Scott Davis, Regina Daniels, Cory Davis and Carly Davis. Mystik Lubricants will sponsor the Davis Racing Team in the 2010 Arctic Man competition.”
Mystik JT-4 Synthetic 2-Cycle Snowmobile Engine Oil has been designed to meet the demanding performance needs of today’s snowmobile racers. In addition to superior cold temperature wear protection and quick start up, this unique combination of synthetic base oils and additives also provides excellent engine cleanliness, and rust and corrosion protection.
Mystik JT-6 Lo Temp-Extreme Grease, a low to medium temperature range multi-purpose grease for bearings and grease lubricated chassis applications, offers optimal performance in extreme cold temperatures where minimum friction is necessary and where high speeds are evolved—making it an ideal fit for Arctic Man.
“In such extreme winter temperatures, I need a top performing lubricant I can count on, that’s why Mystik is my number one choice,” said Scott Davis.
The Arctic Man is a race for teams of two skilled competitors that test the strength of an athlete and the horsepower of a snowmobile. The skier begins at a summit elevation of 5,800 feet and drops 1,700 feet in less than two miles to the bottom of the narrow canyon where he/she meets up with his/her snowmobiling partner. The snowmobiler meets the skier, on the go, with a tow rope and pulls the skier 2.25 miles uphill at top speeds of up to 86 mph. The skier goes over the side of the second mountain and drops another 1,200 feet to the finish line. For 2010, roughly 50 to 60 competitors are expected to participate for the Arctic Man title and a purse of $70,000.
For more information about the Arctic Man, visit www.ArcticMan.com.
For more information about Mystik Lubricants, visit www.MystikLubes.com.