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Sponsorhsip boost for Team Aspar

Bel-Ray confirms three-year sponsorship package
American lubrication giant Bel-Ray has confirmed a three-year sponsorship deal with Team Aspar until 2014.

Bel-Ray will be the official oil supplier of Aspar's MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 teams.

Aspar remains the largest privateer team in the world championships and this season will run six riders including Aleix Espargaro and Randy De Puniet (MotoGP), Toni Elias and Nicolas Terol (Moto2) and Hector Faubel and Alberto Moncayo (Moto3).

Aspar team owner, Jorge Martínez, said: “It is very important for us to have the collaboration of a sponsor as prestigious as Bel-Ray. I am sure that this union will be mutually beneficial.

“Team Aspar will continue to be the biggest private team in the world championship next season, with a presence in Moto3, Moto2 and MotoGP. Bel Ray will support us in all three classes.

“The fact that the Team Aspar has international sponsors shows that we are doing a good job, that our hard work is of interest outside of our homeland and that allying oneself with Team Aspar is synonymous with success.”

The MotoGP championships blasts off in Qatar on April 8 and concludes in Valencia on November 11.



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shamarone

January 08, 2012 3:04 AM

re: "Once the factories are out of the way the sponsors will be more in the spotlight, and maybe even make higher salaries possible for riders/teams to put in their pockets since the bikes won't cost $4+ mil/year." all for the "trickle up" of cash to riders. keep in perspective though the factories (ie. the inventors and pioneers of motorcycling) will never and could never be totally out of the way. without factories even the CRT model is a proverbial "dog that won't hunt". well at least not until someone private figures out how to build engines "en masse" that are both powerful, reliable, lightweight, and cost effective all at the same time...? oh wait, that brings us full circle back to the definition of a factory...?



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