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Video: Custom ’95 Pete 379 showing at SuperRigs

Brian Babcock, owner of Automotive Additions, brought his '95 Pete to Shell Rotella's SuperRigs show at the zMax Dragway May 15, 2014. In this interview, he talks about some of the truck's features and why he enjoys showing it.

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Photo gallery: SuperRigs competitors brave the rain on Day 1

Shell Rotella's annual SuperRigs show began this morning at the zMax Dragway in Concord, N.C., to an uncooperative line of thunderstorms. Competitors, however, haven't been bashful, showing up to brave the conditions.

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Rotella SuperRigs calendar: A truck beauty every month

The new 2014 Shell Rotella SuperRigs calendar showcases 12 of the nation’s best-looking heavy-duty trucks.

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Low-viscosity oil field trials pushing fuel economy

Field trials of Shell Rotella's lower-viscosity oils have shown up to 3 percent fuel economy improvements as the company works to develop the PC-11 oil category.

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Shell, TA team up to build nationwide natural gas network

Up to 100 existing TravelCenters of America and Petro Shopping Centers sites will soon be receiving at least two liquified natural gas fueling lanes, per the agreement.

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Shell contest for Ram trucks

Shell Rotella is celebrating the launch of its Hard Working campaign with the “Work Hard. Play Hard” Contest, which will award a 2013 Ram pickup truck to two winning contest entrants.

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Rotella Road Show trailer new and improved

The Shell Rotella Road Show trailer is now three times its former size with custom bump-outs -- Dan Arcy gave an update on progress toward the PC-11 oil standard for 2016.

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Shell, TA partner to sell natural gas

Shell and TA have agreed to an understanding to sell liquefied natural gas at roughly 100 TA sites around the U.S.

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Shell names calendar trucks

Driver John O’Keefe won Best of Show at the 2012 Shell Rotella SuperRigs competition held May 17-19.

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Oil companies settle “hot fuel” class-action lawsuits

Three major oil companies reportedly have agreed to settle lawsuits accusing them of cashing in on “hot fuel."

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