French oil company backs second European round of the season
MOTUL and Dorna WSBK Organization are delighted to continue to build on their strong relationship, as they prepare to host the MOTUL Dutch Round from 20th – 22nd April, as the MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship heads to the iconic TT Circuit Assen.
With the stunning on track action seen so far this season, the fourth round will no doubt continue to bring stunning battles as the series heads into the only back to back round of the season. Visiting TT Circuit Assen since 1992, the track is one which is instilled in WorldSBK heritage and always attracts stunning crowds.
An event not to miss out on, the 4.5km of tarmac loops and twists around the Northern Dutch landscape is known as ‘The Cathedral’ amongst racing fans and riders alike, and it certainly brings racing worth worshipping.
Title sponsor for the WorldSBK championship, MOTUL is a French company producing high-performance motor oils and industrial lubricants, and have a long history in motorsports. This further sponsorship agreement continues to see the important partnership between MOTUL and WorldSBK grow.
Günter Steven, Head of BU Sales Export is delighted to announce the news: “Our long and close association with the WorldSBK Championship reflects once again our strong and continuous commitment to Motorsports. Grasping the opportunity as title sponsor for the WorldSBK round at Assen is just another testimony of our dedication to motorsport but also underlines our consistent work on the Dutch market in general. We are extremely proud to enlarge our existing engagement at the TT Circuit Assen with an additional participation in traditional races. We are looking forward to many thrilling and spectacular races flagged by Motul”
Marc Saurina, WorldSBK Commercial & Marketing Director adds: “MOTUL are a very important part of our championship, and they really understand the essence of what the World Superbike Championship is all about. To extend their involvement within the WorldSBK paddock is fantastic news, and is something we look forward to continuing into 2018. We are can’t wait for highly successful MOTUL Dutch Round.”
Don’t miss the MOTUL Dutch Round as the action begins from 20th – 22nd April 2018 at The Cathedral of Speed.