In addition to being the Official Fuel of NASCAR® and INDYCAR, Sunoco Race Fuels is the fuel of choice for a prestigious lineup of American motorsports organizations, including AMA Pro Racing, GRAND-AM Road Racing and ARCA Racing Series. We also take pride in our support of grassroots motorsports, with more than 500 race tracks and over 50 series throughout the United States currently offering Sunoco racing gasoline.
The Choice of Motorsports
AMA Pro Racing
Sunoco is the Official Fuel of AMA Pro Road Racing, America's premier professional motorcycle racing organization. Since 2009, Sunoco has fueled the competition with Sunoco 260 GTX, a premium unleaded racing fuel designed to meet the performance needs of AMA Pro Road Racing. In 2012 Sunoco began fueling AMA Pro Flat Track with Sunoco Supreme, a uniform Sunoco gasoline tailored specifically to the unique performance characteristics of the motorcycles raced in the AMA Pro Grand National Championship and Pro Singles divisions. Visit the AMA Pro Racing website.
GRAND-AM Road Racing
Sunoco is the Official Fuel of GRAND-AM Road Racing, which has the largest sports car fan base in the United States with nearly 20 million adults. GRAND-AM sanctions the Rolex Sports Car Series, and the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge. We provide GRAND-AM with the Sunoco 260 GTX, a premium unleaded racing fuel designed to meet GRAND-AM's racing needs. Visit the GRAND-AM Road Racing website.
ARCA Racing Series
Sunoco Unleaded 260 GTX is the official fuel of ARCA Racing Series and is the only fuel used in competition. This division has raced at more than 200 tracks in 26 states nationwide and Canada, and boasts an 18- to 22-race schedule annually in up to 16 major U.S. markets. As many as 160 teams compete in this division each year and combined, carry and represent more than 400 sponsors. Visit the ARCA website.
Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship
Sunoco is the Official Fuel Supplier of Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda and Firestone Indy Lights. The Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship debuted in 2010 and is a continuation of the highly-regarded USF2000 series which ran from 1990 through 2006, launching the careers of many of today’s top drivers. Sanctioned by INDYCAR and managed by Andersen Promotions, the series is the first official step on the Mazda Road to Indy ladder system. The top driver in the Championship class will earn a scholarship package from Mazda to advance to the Star Mazda Championship. The series also is part of the MAZDASPEED Motorsports Development Ladder program which assists young drivers in advancing from the Skip Barber Racing School to USF2000. Visit the USF2000 website.