In a world that is moving at lightning speeds, it is important to put products and services to the test in the toughest races out there. PETRONAS continues to champion in what we do best so we can continue to raise the bar in the industry. On this page, we share more about our partners, these ultimate races, and our goal to be the best at what we do.
With eight consecutive World Constructors' Championships with the Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team, we have a proven track-record for technical excellence and innovation.
Our motorsport partnership helps strengthen our Fluid Technology Solutions™ offerings, helping us to deliver the best on the track and road.
As part of the partnership, PETRONAS Lubricants International provides its cutting-edge lubricants and technical support to ensure optimum performance of Átila Abreu of the Pole Motorsport team for the 2023 Stock Car season in Brazil.
PETRONAS Lubricants International also made its mark in the Dunlop Super2 Series, the Australian touring car racing competition also known as V8 Supercars Series, as a partner of the Blanchard Racing Team (BRT) supporting the talented driver Aaron Love to achieve success on the track.
Since 2022, PETRONAS has been the title sponsor of the Grand Prix of Malaysia and the Official Fuel Supplier, providing PETRONAS Primax race fuel to the Moto2™ and Moto3™ grid.
Energica Motor Company, the worldwide leader in high-performance electric motorcycles and EV system integration has joined forces with lubricant giant, PETRONAS Lubricants International, taking on the role as Energica’s Industrial Partner and Energica’s Racing America Main Sponsor for the 2023 season.
Energica is currently supporting Tytlers Cycle Racing team with invaluable know-hows and incredible machinery in the Roland Sand Design’s Super Hooligan National Championship, part of the MotoAmerica series. Energica is the only electric manufacturer to compete alongside other ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) players for the full season.
PETRONAS has become the title sponsor for the MIE Racing Honda Team in the 2023 FIM Superbike World Championship. The team will compete with riders Hafizh Syahrin and Eric Granado in World Superbike and also field for the first time, a Supersport team with riders Tarran Mackenzie and Adam Norrodin. The collaboration aims to develop Malaysian talents while at the same time promotes Fluid Technology Solutions™ in the motorsports industry.