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Total is showing its determination to step up its presence in motorcycle racing. Already pledged to back several MotoGP teams, Total is now the exclusive supplier of fuel for the FIM Moto2™ and Moto3™ championships. Under this partnership, a special fuel had to be developed and tested in a very short time to meet the demands of this serie. A sizeable challenge for Total Additifs et Carburants Spéciaux which formulates, manufactures and delivers racing fuels to worldwide racing circuits. 

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A sizeable challenge for the Total Group

As the main fuel supplier for Grand Prix races, Total now stands out as a major player in motorcycle racing. 
“Total is very happy to become the new exclusive fuel supplier for the 2016 Moto2 & Moto3 FIM World Championships. This new partnership with DORNA strongly confirms our growing involvement for highest technological performances for moto Racing, where Total Sponsoring & Motorsports Division and Total Additifs & Carburants Spéciaux are already playing actively in MotoGP for supporting Top Teams and providing the best products and technical support,” explains Pierre-Gautier Caloni, Vice President of Total Sponsoring & Motorsport Division.  (1)
“We are pleased to have Total come on board as the official fuel supplier to both the Moto2 and Moto3 World Championships. Ensuring that bikes run smoothly is important during the early stages of a rider’s career, allowing them to spend the maximum amount of time on track and therefore gather the most information they can. Total are committed to delivering a high standard of product, and with fuel playing such an integral role in motorcycle racing it was important to choose the right supplier. We look forward to seeing what advancements they make in the realm of fuel.” said Pau Serracanta, marketing director at Dorna, which holds the TV and marketing rights for the world motorcycling championships. (2)
⦁    MotoGP Newsletter of December 14th, 2015 - 
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