PROSPEED, INC. NAMED AS “TECHNICAL SUPPLIER” TO ANDRETTI AUTOSPORT

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Prospeed becomes first-ever brake fluid manufacturer to earn “Technical Supplier” status with an IndyCar team

Dec. 1, 2010 –
Prospeed, Inc., the manufacturer of the only premium high performance brake fluid developed and manufactured in the United States, announced today it has been awarded “Technical Supplier” status with Andretti Autosport.

Prospeed RS683 Xtreme Performance Brake Fluid™ specifically addresses extreme racing environments, such as IndyCar, where brake control is critical to the driver’s performance.

With a dry boiling point of 683° F (361° C), it sets a new level of performance for professional race teams. Prospeed RS683 is available through select dealers in the United States. For more information, please visit http://www.RS683.com.

MICHAEL G. WACHHOLZ, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, PROSPEED, INC.:

“This is an exciting achievement for Prospeed. To the best of my research, no brake fluid manufacturer has ever achieved ‘Technical Supplier’ status with an IndyCar or USAC team. We have worked hard to develop a world-class brake fluid and with this, we have clearly accomplished our goal.”

KYLE MOYER, GENERAL MANAGER, ANDRETTI AUTOSPORT:

“We have been quite impressed with the superior quality of Prospeed RS683 and have changed over all the team’s cars, including the Indy Lights and USF2000 cars and now use Prospeed RS683 exclusively. It gave the team consistent flawless performance throughout the 2010 season with increased seal life and better pedal feel — definitely advantages when there is less than .7 seconds between top 10 positions.”

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