MotoGP is the most successful motorbike racing series in the world. All 19 races each year are broadcast to more than 200 countries and are watched by a total of 280 million people each season. On average, more than 100,000 spectators experience the race in person. Of course, this is something Germany's most popular oil brand has to be a part of.
Since 2015, LIQUI MOLY has been the exclusive lubricant supplier to Moto2 and Moto3. All teams of these classes use our Motorbike 4T Synth 5W-40 Race. A product that meets every requirement – not just during a race, but also with our customers.
The LIQUI MOLY logo is present at 15 out of 19 race weekends as well as at the racetrack and on the internet and television around the world. Plus, our LIQUI MOLY show truck awaits the fans at the track at several European races
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The MotoGP racing series also have a very practical use: Thanks to our involvement all LIQUI MOLY motorbike products can be tested under the toughest of conditions and be continuously developed for everyday use. The best argument for our unbeatable MOTORBIKE range.
MotoGP - LIQUI MOLY SEASON 2018
Sponsor of the Intact GP team
|Date of birth:||06.09.1986|
|Place of birth:||Oberdiessbach, CH|
Tom Lüthi turned his dream into reality: in 2018 the Swiss motorcycle racer ascended to the MotoGP World Championship and thus started in the top tier on a Honda RC213V. The season, however, turned out to be more challenging than expected, not least because of a long break during the 2017/2018 winter season due to an injury, which meant insufficient preparation time. But Tom, being Tom, wouldn’t let this stop him: the Bern native keeps on fighting and after the difficult MotoGP season, he once again secures a starting position in the Moto2 class, battling his way back to the top in the 2019 season on a familiar Kalex.
|Date of birth:||02.01.1993|
|Place of birth:||Landsberg am Lech|
Since the 2017 season the IntactGP team will be reinforced by Marcel Schrötter. The talented Bavarian has been riding in Grand Prix motorcycle racing since 2010 and switched to the Moto2 class in 2013.