Win MotoGP tickets in the Shell Advance roadshow

Up to 500 Main Grandstand tickets up for grabs for lucky customers in the peninsula-wide Shell Advance roadshow tour.


After launching its new and limited edition lubricants pack recently ahead of the upcoming 2016 Shell Malaysian MotoGP, Shell Advance has hit the road to promote the new packaging in a special peninsula-wide tour.


The roadshow will visit selected motorcycle workshops, Shell retail stations plus popular bikers’ hangouts to promote the oils. Those who purchase Shell Advance Ultra with PurePlus Technology during the roadshow would get a free steam wash for their bikes too.


Notably, up to 500 Main Grandstand tickets to the 2016 Shell Malaysian MotoGP weekend will be given away to lucky customers as well. To win, simply purchase any of the four Shell Advance variants or even the Shell Advance AX5 15W40 (1L), be it a normal or Limited Edition pack, during the roadshow or at your favourite Shell station or workshop.

shell-advance-limited-edition-packs-on-sale-at-the-roadshowAfter which, all you need to do is complete the entry form by answering a simple question. Then, attach your Shell Advance purchase receipt and submit it by hard copy at participating outlets. Alternatively, you can also submit your entries online via along with a photograph of your receipt.

shell-advance-brand-ambassadors-at-the-roadshow-in-sentulThis special campaign runs until October 15 only, so best to hurry to any of the roadshow locations, authorised Shell Advance workshops and participating Shell stations and get your entries in.

BR_SHELL_MOTOGP_-4To refresh your memory, the limited edition Shell Advance packages launched last month comes in four exciting designs meant to excite passionate bikers and to celebrate the leading oil firm’s 125-year presence in Malaysia, its technology leadership and also strong association with the world of motorcycle racing.

Visit for contest terms and conditions, as well as more information on other Shell Advance campaigns as well.

Co-founder of Bikes Republic and a motoring journalist by night. He is a self described enthusiasts with a passion for speed but instead rides a Harley and a J300. A man of contradictions, he is just as passionate about time off in the quiets as he is about trail braking into turn one at Sepang Circuit on two or four wheels.

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