Question: Do You Use Conventional or Synthetic Motor Oil?

Conventional vs Synthetic Oil

Below, you’ll find a video of two race drivers – British Grand Prix World Champion Jenson Button (now racing for McLaren,) and NASCAR driver and team owner Tony Stewart – doing what appears to be a bit of awkward yoga and eating Oreos dipped in cola. You’re welcome.

But before that, I have a question for you.

When changing your oil, do you use conventional or synthetic? Why, and for what type of car?

Mobil 1, which is the same oil Aaron just used to change the oil on his Honda S2000, just put out this commercial with the two drivers doing their thing, check it out and let us know what you think:

Disclosure: This article is sponsored by Exxon Mobil 1. All views and opinions expressed here are my own. Check out our advertising guidelines to see why we’d never steer you wrong.

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