This Memorial Day, K&N® is proud to be a supporter of The Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation—a non-profit organization that provides college funding to the children of military servicemembers killed in the line of duty.
Have you ever dreamed of owning a track-ready Nissan GT-R? Now might be your chance. MotorCrush is sponsoring a sweepstakes with prizes including an all-expenses paid track day with professional sports car champion, Andy Lally, and also a grand prize—a modified Nissan GT-R, with filters provided by K&N®.
MotoAmerica has announced that K&N® Filters is now an official sponsorship partner of the 2019 MotoAmerica Series.
K&N® has been developing premium products for race bikes for over fifty years. “We are proud to continue our partnership with MotoAmerica in 2019, and to highlight our support of road racing in the United States,” commented Nick O’Kane, K&N® Powersports Manager. “We work closely with MotoAmerica teams and riders, who have proven to be invaluable in helping develop and ensure the performance of K&N motorcycle products. The American Motorcyclist Association has once again approved K&N air and oil filters to be used on race tracks, and K&N looks forward to the continued growth of America’s premier motorcycle road racing championship in 2019 with a dynamic field of talented riders.”
Hoonigan’s brand-new series Build & Battle is bringing a healthy dose of reality and excitement to automotive build programming—and offering a chance for viewers to see what pros can do on a limited budged and short schedule.
Gregory Lee is undeniably a performance enthusiast. “I worked on cars as a boy,” Lee told K&N. “My first car, a ’55 Chevy 4-door with a 283, was a great learning platform. When I joined the Army at 17 years of age, I was trained as a mechanic. I loved fast cars. Bought a black-on-black Trans Am in ’78, and I was hooked on performance.”
The Mint 400, in partnership with Republic Services and with the cooperation of the Southern Nevada BLM office, is hosting a desert trash clean-up event Saturday, March 2, 2019, in Jean, Nevada from 10AM to 2PM.