Published on November 6th, 2022 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
What Is Our Finance Minister Doing Here
It is very confusing picture.
Is our finance minister promoting a new engine oil or the political party he represents?
This is a very confusing picture as it shows our finance minister servicing a motorcycle. Is it his own motorcycle? Is he running a motorcycle service centre?
Is he promoting the motorcycle lubricant that he is using on this motorcycle? Is he promoting the motorcycle shop?
Well, we leave it to your imagination to decide what this picture is all about.
Meanwhile, if you are wondering, the motorcycle lubricant in his hands is from Shell. Riding on a hot day can be a challenge.
With Shell Advance you can be confident that you can outride the heat, because Shell Advance has been formulated to perform 25 percent better at high temperatures than a leading competitor.
Shell and Ducati began their journey together in 1999, with Shell supporting Ducati Corse in the World Superbike Championship, before the two later joined forces to contest the MotoGP World Championship.
The partnership is one of the most successful in premier motorcycle racing, with over 150 race wins in total, and seven Riders’ World Titles in MotoGP (2007) and the World Superbike Championship (1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008).
Interestingly, this iconic partnership has since gone on to become one of the most enduring and recognised in the world of premier motorcycle racing.
The technical partnership between the two iconic brands has been a major success both on and off the track, enabling the continued development of Shell Advance motorcycle oil and Shell V-Power performance fuel in the most demanding settings for the benefit of bikers around the world.
Also, Ducati not only uses Shell products on the track, but also chooses Shell Advance Ultra motorcycle oil as the first fill for every Ducati road bike that leaves its factory in Bologna, Italy.
The transfer of knowledge gained from the track to Shell product’s for the road is central to the Technical partnership with Ducati, MotoGP provides the most extreme test bed for Shell’s products.