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Shell staying with Ducati

Ducati has extended its technical partnership with Shell Advance until the end of the 2013 MotoGP season.

Shell has enjoyed a successful relationship with Ducati Corse, first in World Superbikes and then accompanying the Bologna-based team when it moved to MotoGP in 2003.

Filippo Preziosi, Director General, Ducati Corse: “Ducati is thrilled to be continuing its relationship with Shell as a key technical partner – both in MotoGP and in the road bike factory.

We will build on the performance advantage that Shell Advance lubricants and Shell V-Power fuels bring to our bikes. In turn, we want this to mean greater success for the team and our road-going products.”


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