Team Rosberg will contest the DTM 2021 with two Audi R8 LMS and in RAVENOL, they have got a proven and reliable partner by their side. RAVENOL supplies the high-performance lubricants for the two GT3 vehicles from its own production as well as support on the racetracks. The partnership also includes further development and specialization on both sides.
With the distinctive GT3 vehicles, DTM 2021 is taking on very promising forms on a broad level: RAVENOL and Team Rosberg will accept and help shape this challenge together. “Being able to continue counting on a friendly collaboration that has proven itself over the years, underlines a special relationship of trust, particularly during such a challenging time for everyone”, says Kimmo Liimatainen, Managing Director of Team Rosberg. “We will not only continue to use RAVENOL lubricants, but also share the experience we have gained with them, so it can be integrated into their further development. Our partnership is therefore not only set up on the communicative level, but we also work closely together in terms of content.”
Martin Huning, Motorsport Director RAVENOL: “We have shared the spirit and passion for success with Team Rosberg for many years. Including the competence and feedback of the team into our development, offers additional added value. Despite the adverse pandemic conditions, we are looking forward to the season and wish Team Rosberg all the best for the 2021 DTM title defense.”
Ravensberger Schmierstoffvertrieb GmbH has been developing and producing high-performance lubricants under the brand name RAVENOL since 1946. State-of-the-art laboratory and production facilities guarantee a consistently high product standard. RAVENOL’s competencies are underlined by a wide range of product releases from leading automobile manufacturers. In addition to lubricants and greases, the RAVENOL range also includes maintenance and coolants as well as winter chemicals. In motorsport, the RAVENOL brand is established globally – from karting to Formula 1.
Team Rosberg was founded in 1995 by Formula 1 World Champion Keke Rosberg and has been an integral part of the DTM since 1995. With over 500 races and a total of 5 titles, the team has contributed to the history of this racing series. Nico Rosberg celebrated the first title in formula racing with the team, winning Formula BMW in 2002. Victories in Formula 3 paved the way to his Formula 1 World Championship. For the 2021 DTM season, Team Rosberg relies on the driver duo Nico Müller (SUI) and Dev Gore (USA) to continue its success.