LIQUI MOLY will remain the exclusive lubricant supplier for the Moto2 and Moto3 motorcycle racing series until 2023, the company announced.
The company also has secured the naming rights for the Aragon Grand Prix to be held Oct. 23-25 under the name Gran Premio LIQUI MOLY de Teruel.
Spanish company Dorna Sports markets the MotoGP including the Moto2 and Moto3 series. According to the agreement, LIQUI MOLY will remain the exclusive lubricant supplier for Moto2 and Moto3 until 2023. The lubricant company did not develop a special motor oil for racing use. All Moto2 and Moto3 teams use the Motorbike 4T Synth 5W-40 Street Race. “When a standard oil can withstand the extreme stresses and strains of motorsport, it serves as proof of the outstanding quality of our products,” said LIQUI MOLY’s Marketing Director, Peter Baumann.
Pau Serracanta, managing director of Dorna Sports, adds: “We are delighted that LIQUI MOLY will be the exclusive lubricant supplier for the Moto2 and Moto3 classes for another three years. This is an important part of the incredible success of both championships. And it’s excellent that the LIQUI MOLY brand will continue to be seen along the tracks in the years to come.”
An investment that is paying off in full, according to Baumann. “The spectator figures are amazing, both at the racetrack and in the broadcasts. This ensures MotoGP makes an important contribution toward our brand becoming better known around the world,” he noted.
Dorna Sports and LIQUI MOLY have been partners since 2015. The title sponsorship strengthens the joint partnership, said Serracanta. “It’s wonderful that LIQUI MOLY is going to play such an important role in the Gran Premio de Teruel.”