RAVENOL becomes Honda Civic Cup Technical Partner

RAVENOL, the high performance oil and lubricant manufacturer is delighted to announce a partnership with the organisers of the Honda Civic Cup, Buddy Club UK.

RAVENOL, one of the largest independent oil and lubricant manufacturers in Germany, specialises in developing and manufacturing high performance oils and lubricants for the automotive, motorsport and motorcycle markets, as well as producing diverse products for agriculture, commercial vehicle, industrial, and marine applications.

RAVENOL, who in 2012 are launching their range of high performance oils and lubricants into the UK market, will be partnering with the Honda Civic Cup and Buddy Club UK’s Time Attack team, as well as a number of other high profile motorsport championships and teams, to raise awareness of the RAVENOL brand and to demonstrate the technical excellence of RAVENOL products 

RAVENOL products are no stranger to motorsport, having already been used in the World Rally Championship, World Touring Car Championship, FIA GT1 and GT3 series, European Truck Racing and Powerboat racing to name a few. RAVENOL will be launched in the UK by German Oil Limited, whose Managing Director Brian Chase and Sales Director Dave Mott have a combined experience of around thirty years in the oil industry.

Paul Hughes, Brand Manager of the Honda Civic Cup comments,

“We are delighted to have support from RAVENOL and to be working with them in demonstrating the technical excellence of their high performance oils and lubricants. I am also delighted to once again be linking up with Dave and his team who I know will provide our competitors with fantastic technical support and advice”

Sales Director and well known oil expert Dave Mott adds

 “We look forward to a long and successful partnership with the the series and its competitors and believe it is the perfect platform to demonstrate the technical excellence of RAVENOL’s high performance engine oils and lubricants in the UK.“

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