CASTROL EDGE AND BMW MOTORSPORT UNVEIL DTM CAR

CASTROL EDGE AND BMW MOTORSPORT UNVEIL DTM CAR

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012
Castrol EDGE and BMW Motorsport unveil striking new DTM livery

Castrol EDGE and BMW Motorsport unveil striking new DTM livery

The all new Castrol EDGE BMW M3 DTM livery was revealed today as the team unveiled the new design that will adorn one of the BMW motorsport cars during the 2012 DTM season. The sponsorship marks the continuation of Castrol’s long-standing technical partnership with the iconic car manufacturer.

Castrol EDGE, Castrol’s strongest oil yet, will feature prominently on the new Castrol EDGE BMW M3 DTM livery as part of a team of six BMW M3 DTM cars set to compete in the championship.

Jens Marquardt, BMW Motorsport Director, said: “For many years we have put our faith in high-performance Castrol lubricants, and have celebrated countless successes together on the racetrack. For that reason, everyone here at BMW Motorsport is delighted that we are able to build on this established partnership in the DTM. Castrol EDGE is a high-performance brand, which suits our DTM project perfectly.”

Castrol and BMW have a long and successful history as partners in motorsport. As well as working together on the commercial brands within the BMW group, both have teamed up across a number of motorsport properties including F1, the World Touring Car Championship, 24 hour racing, and motorcycle racing events.

Donald Smith, Castrol Sponsorship Manager, said: “The DTM is one of the most spectacular racing series in Europe and pushes the drivers, teams and cars to the very limit. It is because of these high-performance demands that we research and develop our products through the extremes of motorsport. Castrol EDGE will deliver maximum engine performance and will give the team the strength to perform at the highest level.”

“Together with our long-term partner, BMW Motorsport, we are looking forward to the challenges ahead and will do everything in our power to ensure that BMW is able to triumph in the DTM as they have done in the past.”