T1 Prima Truck Racing Championship concluded at Buddh International Circuit last weekend. Castrol India sponsored Team Vecton raced two Prima trucks with two former British Truck Racing Association Champions, Stuart Oliver and Oly Janes behind the wheels.Stuart Oliver of Team Castrol Vecton wins T1 Prima Truck Racing Championship 2015
Ravi Kirpalani, Managing Director, Castrol India says Castrol is proud to be the undefeated champions of T1 Prima Truck Racing Championship. Alongside Tata Motors, Castrol India looks to hope to popularise truck racing in India. In its maiden year, and the following, T1 Prima Truck Racing Championship has seen twelve foreign drivers at the helm. This looks to change through a programme that will help shortlist Indian drivers to participate in the yearly experiential truck racing extravaganza.
He adds, Castrol has supported the truck racing series by co-engineering an engine oil with Tata for the participating race trucks. Vecton RX offers improved fuel efficiency of Tata trucks by 3 pct, thereby saving on diesel and operating costs.
Stuart Oliver, T1 Prima Truck Racing Championship 2015 winner says it is an amazing feeling to be the defending champion. He thanks Team Castrol Vecton for their continuous support and belief in him, and took the opportunity to thank all fans for coming out in great numbers to support and cheer all the drivers. He looks forward for the next season.
Tata Motors and Castrol association began in 1985 when Tata endorsed Castrol CRD. The ongoing ‘After Market’ tie up with Tata Motors spans more than a decade and has been important for development of Technology break through engine and Driveline fluids. The association paved the way for joint development of the first OEM endorsed engine oil. Castrol Rx Super Max delivers 1.5 pct more fuel economy for Tata Motors fleet. Castrol’s partnership with Tata Motors helps showcase superior product capabilities, and strengthens brand proposition within the commercial vehicle industry.