Millers Oils named as technical partner to Ginetta

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Ginetta has entered a new technical partnership with Millers Oils. The specialist lubricant and treatments manufacturer, which has produced a new bespoke motorsport lubricant range for Ginetta cars, will become the title sponsor for the Ginetta GT4 SuperCup in 2019.

The new Ginetta Tech by Millers Oils range has been specifically formulated for Ginetta vehicles and has been developed using Millers Oils’ Nanodrive low-friction technology, with the fluids made orange to reflect Ginetta’s iconic brand.

The new range of brake fluid, engine, gearbox and differential oil will be mandatory across all five of the manufacturer’s domestic single marque championships, as well as being the first fill oil in every car produced by Millers Oils.

With specific chemical markers in the oil allowing for Millers Oils to test on sight during race scrutineering, it is hoped the new formulas will help improve the tight technical controls in Ginetta’s championships.

As part of the new partnership, Millers Oils is the new title sponsor for the Ginetta’s flagship series, the GT4 SuperCup, which competes as part of the support package for the British Touring Car Championship and has served as a stepping stone for drivers into global GT and prototype racing.

Tony Lowe, managing director, Millers Oils, said, “The partnership aims to benefit those competing in the 2019 Ginetta Championships by improving reliability while also increasing performance. As well as developing the new co-branded range, we will also be offering our lubricant expertise not only to Ginetta itself, but also to competitors through our technical helplines.”

Lawrence Tomlinson, Ginetta chairman, added, “The new Ginetta Tech by Millers Oils range is a fantastic opportunity for drivers across our championships to benefit from new lubricants that offer improved performance and protection. These features provide vehicles with both immediate and long-term benefits, which is why we are also factory filling Millers Oils lubricants into all Ginetta cars.”

Millers Oils named as technical partner to Ginetta

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