Published on February 21st, 2022 | by Aaron Fernandez0
Motul to collaborate with Todd Hazelwood and Matt Stone Racing
World class lubricant brand, Motul has announced itself as the official lubricant partner for Matt Stone Racing at the upcoming 2022 Repco Supercars Championship. Motul is proud to be partnering with the Gold Coast-based team and driver Todd Hazelwood that has been proven to be a contender for the championship over the years.
Carlo Savoca, Chief Marketing Officer of Motul Asia Pacific said,”Motul is delighted to be the official oil and lubricant partner for Todd and the Matt Stone Racing team. For over 150 years, Motul has been synonymous with motorsport excellence and we are excited to be associated with MSR, one of the strongest teams on the grid. We wish the best for Todd and the team for this upcoming season, and are confident that our flagship lubricant product, the 300V, will contribute to their performance and success in 2022.”
Matt Stone Racing will be utilizing Motul’s iconic Motul 300V lubricant to power their #35 Holden ZB Commodore Supercar which will be driven by Todd Hazelwood. Todd Hazelwood aims to add to the overall racing success that Motul has achieved.
Todd will be looking to pursuit victory for the 14-event season using essential lubricants and oils by Motul.
Not only will Todd be using Motul’s flagship oils on the track, but he also said to incorporate Motul products into his karting weekends and personal car restoration projects.
“The team and I at Matt Stone Racing are both super excited and incredibly proud to introduce Motul as our official oil and lubricants partner whilst competing in the 2022 Supercars Championship. This partnership adds huge benefits to the team and we look forward to sharing success together this year. Motul has over 150 years of incredible history and huge success in Motorsport around the world. To be the very first Supercars driver representing the brand is a huge honour and I look forward to working with the whole Motul team throughout the year both on and off track.” Todd Hazelwood said.
“The Supercars Championship is separated by the smallest of margins and is well known as the toughest touring car championship in the world. Using the latest innovation and technology supplied by Motul is a huge asset for our Supercars program. When searching for the extra advantage over our competition, no doubt we will see an increase in peak performance and reliability when it comes to performing on track in 2022 thanks to Motul. Together, we aim to create our own piece of history together in Australia, adding to the Motul racing legacy.”
Matt Stone Racing and Todd Hazelwood will kick-off their season campaign on March 4 to 6 at Sydney Motorsport Park.