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Fuchs re-signs with Lamatinna’s TF team

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Tuesday 16th August, 2011 - 11:13am

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Phil Lamattina has renewed his deal with title sponsor Fuchs

Phil Lamattina has renewed his deal with title sponsor Fuchs

Fuchs Lubricants has renewed its sponsorship with Lamattina’s Top Fuel Racing team.

The partnership between the Phil Lamattina and Fuchs will now head into its eighth-consecutive year.

Wayne Hoiles, Managing Director of Fuchs Lubricants, says that the partnership has been mutually beneficial.

”We believe that longevity is the key, which makes for the right partnership.,” he said.

“Working with the Lamattinas for the past eight years, they have always been at the forefront for quality workmanship and professionalism, which is paramount when representing our brand. As well as the team, Rocky Lamattina & Sons (Australia’s favorite Carrots) have used over 100,000 litres of product on the farm and in their transport fleet over that time.

“Our products suit agricultural applications as well as motorsport and automotive which has made the partnership very fruitful”.

Lamattina says that he wants to reward Fuch’s commitment with another championship win.

“Its good to have the stability and relationship with our sponsor in today’s economic climate,” he said.

“Fuchs has always been our backbone to be able to achieve our goals. We are absolutely ecstatic that they have the same vision moving forward and have signed on for the eighth-consecutive year.

“Our mission for this season like every other season is simple, to get the Fuchs Top Fuel Dragster in the winners circle as many times as possible”.

The Carrot Kings will be testing at Sydney Dragway August 20-21 at the NSW Championship Series.

The first round of the Australian Top Fuel Championship kicks off at the Fuchs Australian Nationals at Sydney Dragway, September 9-11.

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