As you probably already knew, Hot Shot’s Secret and Firepunk Diesel have developed a great relationship over the past few years. Firepunk Diesel trusts Hot Shot’s products and they use it in virtually everything they can and Hot Shot’s trust their professionalism over at Firepunk and they work well together. This relationship has evolved into something much bigger now.
The “S-10” or the truck that Firepunk Diesel has been working on and piloting for the last few seasons for a customer build has actually become their own in the offseason. Given the relationship with Hot Shot’s Secret, it only made sense to have Hot Shot’s Secret as the title sponsor of the truck moving forward. We arrived at the SunCoast Spring Shakedown early to get the exclusive on the truck to provide you the all-new look for 2020.
Kyle Fischer, Director Of Sales of Hot Shot’s Secret, reached out to me and said we’ve got some huge news and we want you guys to see it first. We were going to Florida anyway for the event and we got set up with Firepunk Diesel and Co. for some pictures. As you can see, this thing doesn’t quite look the same and I think it looks even better now. What do you think?
“We’re excited to be the title sponsor for the S-10 this year. At first, we were thinking of going all green because it’s our signature color, but black just looked better,” said Fischer. “After multiple renderings, this is what we came up with. We are hoping everyone enjoys the new look as much as we do.”
When asking Mr. Fischer about this relationship and what it means, he was happy to explain what they have developed. “We have had this unique relationship with Firepunk Diesel since the first day we met. Together, we have made huge strides in the world of diesel motorsports from a lubrication standpoint,” Fischer said. “I feel like Firepunk has really pushed the limits when it comes to this sport.”
He continued, “They have challenged us, we have challenged them, and great things have come from it. We’ve conquered multiple Ultimate Callout Challenge events, broken world records, and so much more. As I said, this has been a unique relationship from day one because it’s been so product development and research and development based which we’ve both benefited from. Not that it’s over, but this is the grand finale in my eyes. These years of works and all this success has just culminated into this all coming together. We’re planning on changing diesel motorsports.”
Fischer continued by saying that even though the signature “pink” covering the S10 used to have isn’t there anymore, they still plan on supporting the “Save The Racks” cause moving forward. Also, he mentioned there are a ton of companies that are on board as well which include Exergy Performance, D & J Precision Machine, and Nitrous Express.
It just made sense to talk to the team at Firepunk about this too and so we chatted with Lavon Miller to gather his thoughts on this new look and see what the pathway for 2020 looks like. “2020 brings us a new opportunity we are all excited about. Moving forward with purchasing the Save The Racks S10 from the Artecona family, we want to continue to support the breast cancer awareness theme that the Artecona family is passionate about, along with chasing our goal to get a diesel-powered truck in the 3s,” said Miller.
He continued, “We’re very grateful for all the sponsors involved including D&J Precision Machine, Exergy, and Nitrous Express are excited about the new opportunity to work with Hotshots Secret as Title sponsor for the Save the Racks S10. Our relationship was started when their products consistently yielded results on our in-house dyno testing and have continued to grow as we tested and proved their new Adrenaline series of engine oil in all our vehicles, from tow trucks to 3200+hp race engines.”
For more information about Hot Shot’s Secret and to find out what products of theirs best suits you, be sure and check out their website here. To find out more about the Firepunk Diesel S-10, check out their website here. Stay tuned to Diesel Army for the latest event coverage, truck features, and product installs. What is your thought on the new look? Let us know in the comments below.