The Energy of Europe Energy runs together with Petronas Sepang Racing Team
On Friday, September 7th 2018, Europe Energy officially presented its new sponsorship deal with MotoGP team PETRONAS Sepang Racing Team at the team’s hospitality. Riders Franco Morbidelli, Fabio Quartararo and Team Manager Johan Stigefelt will also be present at the announcement.
Europe Energy has signed a three years sponsorship deal with the new PETRONAS Sepang Racing Team. As announced during the last GP at Silverstone, the Team will race next season also in MotoGP as a Yamaha satellite team. The team line-up for the upcoming season will be Franco Morbidelli and Fabio Quartararo in the premier MotoGP class; Khairul Idham Pawi in Moto2 and John McPhee and Ayumu Sasaki in Moto3.
The Europe Energy logo will be visible on the front of all the team’s bikes across every class: MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3. The logo will also be on the riders’ suit, team apparel and merchandise, inside the garage and hospitality and on the team’s trucks.
Matteo Ballarin, Chairman of the Board of Europe Energy Group said: “We are proud to be part of a prestigious team such as the new PETRONAS Racing Team. SIC and YAMAHA, just like Europe Energy, work every day following the principles of Energy, Velocity and Innovation”. He follows: “We are also extremely happy to keep following Franco Morbidelli in his MotoGP adventure. Franco is an Italian excellence and he fully represents Europe Energy’s values”.
Johan Stigefelt – PETRONAS Sepang Racing Team, Team Director: I’m really happy to announce our partnership with Europe Energy. Since the start of the discussions with Matteo and his group, it has been very easy because we all share the same target and philosophy about racing. This marks another step in our new program with the addition of MotoGP to our team. Europe Energy will be a partner over all three classes with us and this is very exciting. We are working together for the future and to achieve the best possible results. Thank you to Matteo Ballarin, Fabio Barchitta and the whole Europe Energy group; I’m looking forward to working with them over the next three years.”