CSS to partner with Motul - The New Indian Express

CSS to partner with Motul

Published: 24th January 2013 11:16 AM

Last Updated: 24th January 2013 11:16 AM

California Superbike School (CSS) India has announced a partnership deal with Motul India, who joins the team as the official lubricant partner of the school in India. Motul, the Premium International Lubricants specialist will associate themselves with the World’s Premier Superbike School, who marked their 4th return to India.

The school, brought to India by avid bike enthusiasts Varadarajan and his son TT Siddharth, has only grown from strength to strength and will have 10 internationally recognized coaches training a total of 126 young Indian riders this year.

TT Varadarajan, co-founder of CSS India was also pleased to have the lubricant giants on board, “We are delighted to welcome Motul India into the CSS India family and are very proud to partner such a prestigious motorsporting brand. The Motul logo finds its natural home at the highest echelons of world motorsport and to add such an iconic brand to our program reflects our continuing development, on and off track. We hope that our association will lead to the development of future riding sensations from India who will make a name for themselves in the world of two wheeler racing.”

The California Superbike School will continue this weekend with young 15-year-old Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup rider, Joe Roberts also coming down as a guest coach to help inspire young Indian riders who are finding their way to the top. India’s fastest rider K Rajini was also present at the Superbike School working closely with the coaches after his historic win at Losail, Qatar.

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