Alonso Le Mans wins with Mobil 1 support

ExxonMobil, one of the world's leading lubricants producers, carried the Toyota LMP1 racing cars in the 24-hour Le Mans race with an overwhelming victory, supporting Mobil 1TM engine oils with high strenght even in severe conditions.



In the first race at Le Mans, the former Formula 1 pilot Fernando Alonso was sitting on the leadership seat, while his teammates Kazuki Nakajima and Sebastien Buemi, along with the Toyota Gazoo Racing Team, also achieved significant success thanks to advanced technology in Mobil 1 engine oils. On the other hand, Porsche in the GTE Pro classification finished 1st and 2nd in the race with the support of Mobil 1.



Mobil 1 TM , a trademark of ExxonMobil, one of the world's largest publicly traded oil and gas companies,synthetic motor oils brought the Toyota Gazoo Racing Team to the forefront in Le Mans, considered the most challenging race in the motor sports world. Fernando Alonso was the winner of the day, with the Toyota LMP1 racing cars on the run supporting the Mobil 1 engine oils, which provided excellent protection and lubrication even in high temperatures and heavy work conditions, and for the first time at the Le Mans race. Former Formula 1 pilots Fernando Alonso, Kazuki Nakajima and Sebastien Buemi triple achieved the pole position and achieved a significant success by maintaining their position until the end of the race. On the other hand, Michael Christensen of Porsche celebrating his 70th anniversary this year, Kevin Estre and Laurens Vanthoor piloted the car with number 92 in the GTE Pro class with the support of Mobil 1 engine oils, while the other car of the team finished the race with 91 numbers. Thus, Porsche completed the race in the first two ranks of his class.



24 Hours While Le Mans stands out as the most challenging and toughest race of motorsport, Mobil 1 also provides an ideal test environment for synthetic motor oils. While racing cars operate continuously for 24 hours with high performance, teams need a perfect lubricant to achieve the highest performance in each round of their car throughout the race.

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