Tried and tested in the race. Proven on the road.

Official motor oil of Moto2 and Moto3

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.

It is a fully synthetic high-performance motor oil and ensures maximum performance and protection of the engine under all operating conditions. Optimum lubrication, outstanding engine cleanliness, excellent friction and minimum wear are just as much taken for granted as gentle clutch engagement and disengagement and gear shifting. That makes a big difference to driving enjoyment! 

The Motorbike 4T Synth 5W-40 Race forms the basis of all teams for strong racing performance in Moto2 and Moto3.


The LIQUI MOLY logo is present at 15 out of 20 race weekends at the racetrack as well as on the internet and television around the world. Plus, our LIQUI MOLY show truck awaits the fans at the track at several European races.

MotoGP is the most successful motorbike racing series in the world. All 20 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.

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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.

LIQUI MOLY - Exclusive lubricant supplier to Moto2 and Moto3

Main sponsor of the LIQUI MOLY IntactGP team:

Tom Lüthi

Date of birth:06.09.1986
Place of birth:Oberdiessbach, CH
Height:172 cm
Weight:62 kg
Website:LIQUI MOLY IntactGP

Marcel Schrötter

Racing series:Moto2
Date of birth:02.01.1993
Place of birth:Landsberg am Lech
Height:171 cm
Weight:68 kg
Website:LIQUI MOLY IntactGP


Schrötter lets dream of podium finish come true

IntactGP driver celebrates third place in Misano and thus his first podium in the Motorcycle World Championship, powered by LIQUI MOLY

Unprecedented performance also by Xavi Vierge, who attacks with a hand injury, finishing in tenth place.

He has earned it for a long time, but so far it just wasn't supposed to be. In the Grand Prix of San Marino, in his 151st Grand Prix race and 105th Moto2 start, Marcel Schrötter has finally made the dream of the first podium reality.

Since some races Marcel Schrötter has always been one of the top guys and a podium contender in the races. This weekend in Misano, he was again fastest on Friday, second in free practice and secured the second place in the front row on Saturday.

While World Championship leader Francesco Bagnaia built up a gap in the front right from the start of the 25-lap race, Marcel Schrötter fought with Miguel Oliveira and Mattia Pasini for further podium finishes. After two-thirds of the race distance local hero Pasini lost connection and could not intervene in the top 3 battle. From this moment on, Marcel Schrötter hunted for second place behind Oliveira. But an attack of the German in the last lap did not quite succeed. Regardless, the joy over the third place and first podium was huge.

He takes home 16 points from Italy. With that, the 25-year-old remains in seventh place in the Championship and the gap to Alex Marquez in front of him shrank to only six points.

Xavi Vierge also successfully defended his eighth place in the Moto2 Championship by proving incredible fighting spirit in the San Marino Grand Prix. His operated right hand still prevented the 21-year-old from attacking with full force, yet he stormed from eleventh to seventh at the beginning and finally crossed the finish line as an excellent tenth.

The penultimate round of the season on European soil will take place in Aragon in two weeks, from the 21st to the 23rd of September. Then it's time for four races in Asia, before the grand final of the 2018 season takes place in Valencia in November.