Desert Dingo Racing announced that Motul is offering technical support for the team’s 2011 race season.
“We’re taking an air-cooled engine never designed to do what we put it through – high revs, high compression, high temperatures – and run it for hours on end at extreme altitudes in the high deserts of Nevada and Mexico,” said Desert Dingo Racing co-founder Jim Graham. “We’ve worked with Motul to identify a synthetic lubricant solution that allows us to operate at maximum efficiency, and they’ve done it.”
Motul achieved success as the first brand to develop ester-based synthetic products. Motul’s 15W/50 300V is a staple among racers using air-cooled engines and has also proven itself most recently among teams racing the 2011 Dakar rally in South America.
Desert Dingo Racing has teamed with the International Diabetes Federation and is the official World Diabetes Day off road race car. Two team members have Type 2 diabetes and several others have a history of the disease in their families. They make the car available for public events and distribute thousands of hero cards annually with the warning signs of diabetes printed on the back.
“We support racers around the world and Stock Bugs push their engines to the limit every time they take to the course,” said Dave Wolman, President of Motul USA Inc. “We’re proud to support Desert Dingo Racing and look forward to feedback on how our lubricants perform for them.”
Desert Dingo Racing completed the 2010 season ranked second in class in the Valley Off Road Racing Association series and competed in the Baja 1000 in 2007, 2008 and 2009. For 2011 the team is first place in class points headed into VORRA’s USA 500 July 14-17 in Sparks, Nevada.
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