Vp Racing Gas - VP RACING
3955 N Andrews Ave, Oakland Park FL
Ethanol-free octane ratings: 93 96 103
GPS coordinates: N 26.17540 W 80.14701 (entered by Jonathan Lathbury)
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, February 03, 2020 11:18 CST
Updated GPS coordinates.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, February 03, 2020 11:16 CST
Removed by Nickolai, February 02, 2020 19:13 CST
wrong location
Updated by Fred, June 14, 2017 17:33 CDT
Corrected the phone number to 954-565-7670
Updated by Frank, February 10, 2017 7:43 CST
Wrong phone number listed. It is 954-565-7670
Updated by gator, December 07, 2016 17:29 CST
Updated by Lamberto Roscioli, November 18, 2016 13:44 CST
$5 - 93 OCTANE $8 - 96 Octane (Called C9). This is good for long-term storage (1-2 years) $11 - 103 Motorsports
Updated by Lisa Bender/ Office Mgr, August 22, 2014 12:25 CDT
96 octane is great for small engine and long term storage. The product is called C9. The other two blends, MS103 and MS101 contain some oxygenate for better horsepower but no ethanol. Office Hours are 8:30a - 5:30pm Mon thru Fri and 9am-4pm Sat. I'm not sure who Mark is that commented April 28th but everything in that post is incorrect. We bring in a tanker about every 2 weeks.The VP110 is a leaded product not unleaded...please call the office at the number listed for accurate information.
Updated by Franc, June 11, 2014 16:16 CDT
103 is the highest octane available unleaded and ethanol free, approx $11/gal.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 28, 2014 12:54 CDT
This station is located north of Ft. Lauderdale in Oakland Park.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, May 17, 2014 21:48 CDT
Added phone number.
Updated by Jonathan Lathbury, February 02, 2014 19:44 CST
Added octane.
Updated by bamaslammer, July 07, 2012 16:31 CDT
edit addr
Updated by Mark, April 28, 2011 5:06 CDT
Be even more cautioned if you choose the latter. Since this is racing fuel it doesn't sell every day so the 100 octane with 10% ethanol may have been stored for some time. If you buy racing gas you're probably better off with the 110 octane without ethanol. The E-10 at ordinary gas stations move daily. Racing gas doesn't sell that frequently so if the 100 has ethanol either get the 110 or you might as well put today's excuse for conventional gas in your vehicles.
Posted by Mark, October 30, 2010 22:10 CDT
PRICE CAUTION, racing gas is $10.00 per gallon with an octane of approximately 110. 100 octane with 10% ethanol is $8.00 per gallon.