Q8 Oil has today announced they will be become a major sponsor in GSE Ducati 's return to British Superbikes in 2005.
They will be developing their championship winning lubricant technology for a new challenge in 2005 by placing their full resources and commitment behind the returning high profile GSE Ducati team.
Steve Boocock, Q8 Oil head of marketing and new product development, commented "With GSE Ducati making a welcome come-back to British Superbike as the official Ducati works team, and being supported by Q8Oils lubricants and technical expertise, we firmly believe they are the team to back in 2005."
GSE Racing won back-to-back British Superbike Championship titles in 1999 and 2000 before a successful campaign in the World Superbike Championship in 2001, 2002 and 2003.
GSE Racing team manager Colin Wright said, "We are delighted to be working with Q8Oils. Having come back from a year out from racing, it is important to get the right product and partners onboard. Q8Oils proven technical credentials in British Superbike over the last four years and previously in MotoGP is testimony to their product development and excellence."
Darrell Healey, Team Principle added, "We see GSE Ducati combined with Q8Oils Championship winning lubricants technology as being a formidable combination for our 2005 British Superbike campaign, we look forward to developing a long and winning partnership with them".
The technological leadership and performance of Q8Oils motorcycle lubricants is developed, proven and maintained in one of the most demanding environments imaginable - under the unrelenting pressures of competition - and the same technology is quickly passed on to Q8Oils customers who can be safe in the knowledge that it will exceed any demands they are likely to place on it.
The team will kick off their new partnership with extensive testing at the Almeria Circuit at the end of January. Throughout the season GSE Ducati will have the full support of Q8Oils technicians and use of their research and development facilities in Rotterdam.
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