3-IN-ONE oil company is set to make a return to motor sport this year after agreeing a three-year deal with renowned Mini racer Andrew Hack.
The company has recently relaunched its brand and has formed 3-IN-ONE Classic Racing with a brace of 1964 Mini Coopers for three-times Mini Miglia champion Andrew Hack and Dan Wheeler.
The pair will share a car in the Pre-66 Touring Car race at the Masters Historic Festival at Brands Hatch on May 26/27, the U2TC race at the Donington Historic Festival on May 5/6 and at the Silverstone Classic on July 20-22. In addition, Hack and Wheeler will race a car each in the Pre-66 Mini race at the new Brands Hatch Mini Festival on June 16/17.
Said Andrew Hack: “3-IN-ONE is a classic brand and it makes sense to be involved in historic racing. Everyone has had a can of 3-IN-ONE in their garage at some stage and everyone remembers the original Mini, so it is the perfect fit for us as a team and for he company.”
3-in-One ® has also launched a competition for race fans. The lucky winner of the 3-IN-ONE prize draw will get to be a member of the pit team at the Silverstone race on 21st July and get one-on-one tuition from a team racing driver behind the wheel of the 3-IN-ONE sponsored 1964 Mini Copper S on the famous Silverstone circuit. The winner will also be treated to tickets and hospitality at the Silverstone Classic.3-IN-ONE’s assistant brand manager, Kieron Roberts said: “We’re thrilled to be working with a driver of Andrew’s calibre. The 3-IN-ONE product range is renowned with car enthusiasts for its fantastic restorative proprieties and we’re looking forward to meeting more of the classic car fraternity.”The company was established in New Jersey in 1894 with a product aimed at being a lubricant, rust preventive and a cleaner. Now the company has a wide portfolio of products including multi-purpose oil spray, silicone lubricant and a high performance lubricant.