MATHY Additives - More Performance and Reliability in Racing

Quality Developed in Motorsports

Optimum lubrication even at high speeds

 MATHY additives have been used in racing for many years, as in the world record run by F.W. Egli in Utha (USA), in classic racing series like the Formula VAU, or in modern GT series.

By the use of MATHY additives in racing cars aggregates, power reserves are mobilized and reliability is increased. By reducing internal friction, the oil temperature is lowered and the oil adheres to the metal surface in a more stable way.

In racing, the TÜV tested and certified MATHY additives are used in engines, transmissions, rear axles and fuel systems.

  • Lowered oil temperature
  • Increased performance
  • Increased reliability
  • Mobilizesd power reserves
  • Improved emergency running properties

The Most Common Questions About the Application of Mathy Additives in Racing

Can MATHY additives be used in motorsports?

MATHY is an additive concentrate that complements the existing additives in every technical oil (and fuel). As a result, Mathy improves the lubricating and cleansing effect of commercially available oils and fuels in internal combustion engines, gearboxes and differentials. MATHY reduces friction, eliminates deposits, and lowers the operating temperature of the units.

Is an increase in performance with MATHY additives possible?

The addition of MATHY additives to racing engine oils, fuels, and gear oils has a positive effect on the lubrication and combustion processes. This optimization adds more power to the wheel, boosts the performance of racing cars.

Do MATHY additives have a positive effect on thermal problems in racing engines?

Particularly in high-performance engines there often occur thermal problems in races These so-called overheatings have a negative influence on the lubricating behavior of the racing engine oil. The hotter the engine oil gets, the worse its lubrication performance. The addition of MATHY-M to the racing engine oil reduces internal friction, stabilizes the lubricating film, and improves the adhesion to the metal surface. The result is an up to 10% cooler oil temperature under racing conditions.

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