Dorna Sports, the series promotor of MotoGP, has announced Liqui Moly will extend its long-term partnership with the global motorcycling series.
The lubricant manufacturer will continue as the title sponsor of the German Grand Prix until 2027, a position it has held for the past two seasons. The existing contract was set to expire in 2023.
It will also continue in its role as official lubricant supplier to the MotoGP support series, Moto2 and Moto3. This is also a four-year contract extension, with that deal expiring in 2023 too. By the end of the contract, Liqui Moly will have supplied the support series for 12 years.
“After having been successfully present at MotoGP for nine years, we can now take our cooperation with Dorna to a new level,” said Peter Baumann, managing director of Liqui Moly.
“We are very pleased about the opportunity to be the official title sponsor of our home Grand Prix from this year on. The Liqui Moly Motorcycle Grand Prix of Germany will further strengthen our global brand presence.”
Pau Serracanta, managing director of Dorna Sports, added: “We’re very proud to announce this agreement with Liqui Moly and add to our ever-growing partnership. The Liqui Moly name is a well-established and respected part of the MotoGP paddock and it’ gives me great pleasure to see their commitment to the sport expand once again.
“Liqui Moly stands for quality, something perfectly showcased in their role as exclusive lubricant supplier to the Moto2 and Moto3 classes, and it’s great news to see the Liqui Moly name take top billing at their home Grand Prix over the next three years.”