Indian Oil to produce fuel for Formula One racing cars

The strategic collaboration marks a significant step in strengthening the Make in India initiative on the global stage.

Indian Oil to produce fuel for Formula One racing cars

New Delhi: Indian Oil Corporation has confirmed that it will produce fuel for Formula One cars which will be processed at its Paradip refinery in Odisha. The fuel generation process will be commenced in three months. The fuel will be produced at the Paradip refinery in Odisha, which is known for its advanced technology and strategic location.

The Company has partnered with Two Wheels Motor Racing as the Official Fuel Partner for the prestigious FIM [Federation Internationale De Motocyclisme] Asia Road Racing Championship [ARRC] over three years, from 2024 to 2026.

 

 

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This collaboration privileges Indian Oil providing FIM category 2 race fuel, STORM-Ultimate Racing Fuel, across all Asia Road Racing Championship rounds. STORM is produced at Indian Oil’s diverse and ambitious product range, including AVGas 100LL and reference fuels, reflecting India’s commitment to self-reliance and technological advancement.

The strategic collaboration marks a significant step in strengthening the Make in India initiative on the global stage.

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The STORM racing fuel is multi-benefitted in racing vehicles. It ensures the cleanliness of engine parts, and the fuel delivery system, while also providing corrosion protection for the vehicle’s metallic components. This makes incredible improvements in vehicle performance, including faster acceleration, increased power, and smoother drivability.

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