From Snow to Dirt, Your AMSOIL Racing & Events Update

AMSOIL Championship Snocross resumes action, dirt bike racing fires up out west and it’s nearly hammer time at the King of the Hammers.



8 Overlooked Vehicle-Maintenance Services

Vehicle maintenance

These often-overlooked vehicle-maintenance practices can not only help avoid expensive repairs, they can boost performance.



What Your Motor Oil Color Means

Black motor oil usually means the oil is doing its job. Oil that looks like chocolate milk, however, points to serious problems.



Why Do I Need To Change My Oil?

Why change oil?

Why change oil if you haven’t driven that many miles? Because time takes its toll on even the best oil, requiring you to eventually change it.



How Does a Dual-Clutch Transmission (DCT) Work?

DCT Transmission

A DCT transmission is like two manual transmissions working together. One gear shaft contains the even gears, and the other contains the odd-numbered gears.



The History of Synthetic Oil (and AMSOIL)

Conventional motor oil helped doom German soldiers in the Battle of Stalingrad during World War II, intensifying efforts to find a better motor oil. Here’s the story of how synthetic oil came to be.



2019 AMSOIL Year in Review: Racing & Events

Hunter Patenaude

#TeamAMSOIL was all over the map in 2019, from off-road racing in the desert to snocross in the upper Midwest and everything in between.



2019 AMSOIL Year in Review: Product & Company News

2019 was another eventful year at AMSOIL. We introduced several new products and continued to pace the industry. Check out all the highlights here.



Championship Engine Builder Trusts Only AMSOIL

Jesse Prather

Jesse Prather has tried a lot of racing oils during his 40 years in the business, and AMSOIL synthetic motor oil has earned his trust. Why? Find out here.



Best Places to Snowmobile You Should Experience at Least Once

Best places to snowmobile

The Midwest offers some of the best places to snowmobile in the country. Here’s our list of the top destinations to help you prepare for your next ride.