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Shell Helix Brings Kiwis Live Motorsport


Shell Helix Is Making It Possible For New Zealanders To Watch Live Motorsport

Shell Helix in association with Television New Zealand is proud to bring you Shell Helix Motorsport, New Zealand's premier motorsport programme, starting this Sunday 11 March 00 on TV One.

Shell Helix Motorsport will bring you free to air, live coverage of Formula One and together with Ford New Zealand the V8 Series including Bathurst. Shell Helix Motorsport will also feature highlights from the CRC Summer Series, World Championship Rallying, World Super Bike series and Classic Cars.

To kick the series off this Sunday, Shell Helix Motorsport will bring to you live free to air coverage of the Melbourne Grand Prix. This live coverage will follow the cars for 58 laps around the 5.3km circuit in the attractive setting of Albert Park. Race starts at 4pm with commentators Murray Walker and Martin Brundle.

The Helix family has an oil that is right for your car, this high quality motor oil is used by Ferrari and V8 drivers Dick Johnson and Paul Radisich - "because performance is everything".

Helix can provide the right oil for whatever you drive. Shell Helix is a complete range of oils from Helix Ultra 5w-40 synthetic, formulated to withstand the demands of today's high-performance engines, all the way through to new helix Mulitgrade 20w-50, developed in new Zealand to provide reliable protection for everyday motoring.

For peace of mind ask your local franchise dealer, workshop or local Shell Service Station, which oil would best suit your engine. There are seven in the range - Ultra, Plus, Standard, Multi, Competition 50, Extra Heavy Duty and 5+. Helix is quality protection of your engine; a product designed for New Zealand cars.

Shell Helix is making it possible for New Zealand Motor racing fans to watch their favorite drivers, as well as our own home grown kiwis drivers, battled it out on some of the most grueling and exciting race tracks in the world, almost as good as being there!


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