Ginetta Cars extends technical partnership with Millers Oils to 2024

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Ginetta Cars has extended its technical partnership with specialist lubricants and treatments manufacturer, Millers Oils, until 2024. The renewal sees Millers Oils continue to produce the ‘Ginetta Tech by Millers Oils’ range of products, which is used in all Ginetta race series as well as factory-fill for all Ginetta manufactured vehicles. Millers Oils will also be the title sponsor for the ‘Millers Oils GT4 Supercup’.

‘Ginetta Tech by Millers Oils’ incorporates Millers Oils award-winning and industry-leading NANODRIVE low friction technology, enabling high performance levels for elite racing. 2021 will see the introduction of the new product ‘Ginetta Tech 5w30’ engine oil, which has been specially designed and manufactured for the new Ginetta GT Academy race series that has been launched for the upcoming season.

The ‘Millers Oil GT4 Supercup series’ is part of the undercard race package for the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) and is a race series that has alumni boasting of drivers such as Tom Oliphant and Harry King who have gone on to further success in the motorsport arena.

Millers Oils will also sponsor the Ginetta Junior scholarship winner for the 2021 season, providing an excellent platform for young drivers to make a name for themselves. Last year’s scholarship winner Tom Lebbon, enjoyed huge success and made history becoming the first Ginetta Junior Scholarship winner to take the title in their maiden campaign and is going onto race in the BRDC British Formula 3 championship for the 2021 season.

“With over 190 years combined of heritage, Millers Oils and Ginetta Cars represent the very best of British motorsport. We are delighted to continue our partnership with Ginetta, and also look forward to hopefully welcoming spectators back to motorsport events in the near future in what has been a challenging year for all” Tony Lowe, Managing Director, Millers Oils.

With a delay in the motorsport season, racing is expected to begin in April but an official calendar is yet to be announced by Ginetta. For full information on the Ginetta race series visit: www.ginetta.com.

To learn more about Millers Oils motorsport products visit: www.millersoils.co.uk