Motul-Edition GBS Zero Launches with Nationwide Livery Design Competition

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Motul is delighted to announce a new partnership project with bespoke UK car constructor, Great British Sports Cars (GBS): the Motul-Edition GBS Zero. The lightweight hand-crafted sportscar is now in build with the Nottinghamshire company, ahead of a public reveal at the end of July during The Classic at Silverstone.

The Motul-Edition GBS Zero will feature a host of Motul-inspired design features unique to this partnership but, even more than this, the whole build will feature Motul involvement. GBS is proud of its in-house engineering capabilities and manufactures the vast majority of components from scratch, using Motul throughout the various processes. From its machining of metal billets through all of the necessary turning, drilling and assembly processes to the first fill of all lubricants, as the final part of the car’s journey to finished automobile, Motul products are being used throughout.

Motul is looking to make the whole build process interactive, with regular reports of the car’s build progress before it makes its public debut as part of Motul’s activities as Official Lubricant Partner of The Classic at Silverstone.

Launching immediately is a competition where enthusiasts can design the livery for this prototype car and subsequent production examples. From today, through to the end of May, anyone in the UK can download the car’s blueprint drawings as part of an official entry form on a dedicated competition webpage, which they can then design up and submit, for the chance to be part of the official unveiling as Motul’s guests at the Silverstone Classic, seeing their livery design becoming reality.

The competition is being split into two categories. There is an under 16 and an over 16 competition, to encourage designers of all ages to get creative and be part of this somewhat special opportunity. Family passes to be Motul’s guests at Silverstone’s Classic and some great Motul gear will head the way of the winners together, of course, with the overall winner seeing their design come to life. A panel of judges, which will include some well-known names from the world of motoring, will decide on the winning entries.

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