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Motul celebrating 10 years as ASBK sponsor in 2024

The long-term relationship between Motul and the Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) will reach a milestone decade in 2024, with the lubricant specialist to continue as the presenting rights partner.

The French company has been synonymous with motorsport since the 1950s, and pioneered the formulation of a 100 per cent synthetic lubricant for automotive engines in 1971. It has since enhanced its reputation as an industry leader through its affiliations with leading race teams and manufacturers as well as competitions including MotoGP, the FIM Superbike World Championship and FIM Motocross World Championship.

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Link International General Manager Brenden Stoeckert is proud of the company’s ongoing involvement with ASBK and looks forward to a new season ahead.

“We are excited to continue our sponsorship as the presenting partner of ASBK for 2024,” he said. “This ongoing partnership underscores our dedication to the Australian motorcycling community.

“We are eager to collaborate closely with ASBK to deliver an outstanding experience for all participants and enthusiasts.”

Likewise, Motorcycling Australia CEO Peter Doyle is appreciative of the support provided by Motul to the ASBK Championship.

“The support by Motul to motorcycle racing in Australia has been pivotal, and having them return as presenting rights sponsor is important to the ongoing success of ASBK,” he said. “In 2024, we again look forward to a magnificent season of competitive, entertaining racing and the support of our sponsors is key to making this happen.

“I want to thank Motul for its support on behalf of not only Motorcycling Australia but all fans and stakeholders.”

Round one of the 2024 mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship presented by Motul will take place on February 23-25 at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit alongside the Superbike World Championship opener.

Tickets can be purchased for both Phillip Island and Sydney Motorsport Park.