Shell Advance Ride-Thru: Best Way to Enjoy MotoGP

  • Visit the Shell Advance Ride-Thru at the Shell MotoGP 2018 for an unbeatable experience.

  • You will receive the best of the best with a minimal spending of just RM30.

  • The Shell Advance Ride-Thru is located at the P1 parking area.

Here’s a great way to experience the Shell Malaysia MotoGP 2018. Why not try out the Shell Advance Ride-Thru?

Oh, we know how it’s like at MotoGP. You ride there all hyped up about the atmosphere and race ahead of you. You’re thinking about the glitzy new bikes on display, opportunities to selfie with hot models, win some exclusive prizes, see your heroes in action.

But the road starts to get hectic by the time you near Sepang International Circuit. On top of that, you have to find a place to park your bike. That’ll be RM20, please. And there’ve been rumors circulating around that parts of the bikes go missing. Oh dear.The solution is? Shell Advance Ride-Thru.

It couldn’t get any simpler:

  • Ride right up to the counter;
  • Select the Shell Advance Package you prefer;
  • Leave your bike with the trained mechanics;
  • Shell provides a new oil filter for your bike – FOC! (No kidding!);
  • Go relax at the lounge or head into SIC’s mall area;
  • Your motorcycle will be parked in a secure area right next to the booth after it is serviced.

All for a minimum of just RM30.

However, if you also opt for the Add-On Package, you will receive:

  • Topping off your tank with Shell V-Power petrol;
  • A motorcycle cover;
  • A hill stand ticket.

For just another RM30.

So, not only could you enjoy the race in peace, but your motorcycle would’ve been taken care of in the best possible manner when you return. It’s almost better than selfies with hot MotoGP models.

NOTE: Servicing is only open to motorcycles 250cc and below. Please refer to the picture below.

Wahid's lust for motorcycles was spurred on by his late-Dad's love for his Lambretta on which he courted, married his mother, and took baby Wahid riding on it. He has since worked in the motorcycle and automotive industry for many years, before taking up riding courses and testing many, many motorcycles since becoming a motojournalist. Wahid likes to see things differently. What can you say about a guy who sees a road safety message in AC/DC's "Highway to Hell."

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