Η βρετανική ομάδα μόλις ανακοίνωσε ότι ενώνει τις δυνάμεις της με την BP και Castrol, σε μια τεχνική συνεργασία για τα καύσιμα και τα λιπαντικά που θα χρησιμοποιεί η νέα MCL32, καθώς και τα αυτοκίνητα δρόμου της εταιρίας.
Η BP έχει ήδη συνεργασία με τη McLaren Applied Technologies, το ταχέως αναπτυσσόμενο τεχνολογικό παράρτημα του ομίλου της McLaren, με την BP/Castrol να προσθέτει άλλη μια ομάδα στο portfolio της, μετά την Renault.
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McLAREN & BP CASTROL CONFIRM TECHNICAL COLLABORATION
BP and Castrol to provide F1 fuels and lubricants technology
McLaren is pleased to confirm it has joined forces with BP and Castrol for the provision of Formula 1 fuels and lubricant technology as well as the supply of products for McLaren Automotive, the renowned British manufacturer of luxury sports and supercars.
BP is already working with McLaren Applied Technologies, the fast-growing technology arm of the McLaren Technology Group that works to improve lives and solve crucial business performance challenges.
In the fierce proving ground of Formula 1, BP is supplying a range of performance lubricants for Honda’s Internal Combustion Engine (ICE). The team will also benefit from Castrol’s high-performance lubricants and greases that will be used in the team’s Mazak-powered machine shop and dynamic chassis rig.
Jonathan Neale, chief operating officer, McLaren Technology Group said: “This agreement between McLaren, BP and Castrol is between brands who both share a long-standing and well-recognised passion for innovation in all we do. Our McLaren-Honda team provides a global platform for Castrol to supply bespoke advanced lubricant technology.”
Mike Flewitt, chief executive officer, McLaren Automotive, said: “The partnership between McLaren Automotive and Castrol is an important step in our journey to deliver the highest levels of performance and efficiency from the engines in our Sports and Super car ranges. Not only will the lubricants provided by Castrol play a wide-ranging role in delivering the efficiencies across our existing cars, but our future engine generations as well.”