Motul teams up with Silverstone Classic

Published:  20 April, 2021

Motul has entered into a new multi-year partnership as Official Lubricant Partner with Silverstone Classic.

Each summer, the Classic celebrates 100 years of motor sport history with huge grids packed with the finest Formula One, GT, vintage, sports and touring cars from yesteryear. Motul, too, has a rich automotive heritage dating right back to the dawn of motoring. Significantly for 2021, Motul continues to mark 50 years since the launch of Motul 300V, the world’s first fully synthetic engine oil and the gold standard for competition and classic car engines.

Motul’s dedicated Classic Range also includes gear and rear axle oils, brake fluid and fuel additives together with maintenance and care products that are specially produced to meet the specific requirements of historic vehicles.

Commenting on the new partnership, Nick Wigley, CEO of The Classic promoter Goose Live Events said: “This important new partnership is the perfect fit and reflects Motul’s passionate dedication to both the racing and classic car scenes over many decades. Motul is renowned right around the world and boasts a remarkably strong heritage of innovation and technical advancement. We are excited to be celebrating the 50th anniversary of Motul 300V, introducing the world’s very first fully synthetic engine oil alongside our own 30th birthday in summer.”

Romain Grabowski, Head of Brand at Motul, also observed: “We are very excited to join The Classic at Silverstone, an iconic event taking place on an iconic circuit, as official lubricant partner. We will obviously use this great opportunity for showcasing our racing and historical vehicles lines but not only that. We will also bring our Motul Racing Laboratory, tested and approved by racing teams worldwide over the past few years and ready to analyse the used oil and provide crucial data about engine conditions to all competitors in just a few minutes. Last but not least we will share with British fans nice racing memories from past decades from working alongside legendary British racing teams and drivers such as BRM, Tom Walkinshaw and Frank Williams”

Full details of tickets for The Classic 2021 at Silverstone can be found at

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