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MX Young Gun Cody Dyce GRO Aus Latest Sign Print E-mail
Sunday, 19 May 2019 09:54

GRO are proud to welcome our first MX rider in Cody Dyce to the GRO family for the 2019 Season. Cody was the 2017 U19 Australian Champion and is racing in the Senior MX1's Championships this year! We wish him all the best for his season.



SYNT 10 TO REPLACE SYNT 7 Print E-mail
Tuesday, 30 April 2019 09:31

SYNT 10 to replace SYNT 7. 

The previous semi-synthetic 2 stroke oil SYNT 7 has gotten a makeover. Introducing the new SYNT 10, a fully-synthetic oil. It contains a special additive that reduces friction, prevents formation of carbonaceous fumes and deposits, lengthens spark plug life as well as increasing cooling and engine performance.




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Sponsorship Application Form Print E-mail
Sunday, 28 April 2019 07:39
GRO is proud to sponsor athletes across multiple motorsport disciples including but not limited to Trials, Motocross, Enduro, Freestyle and Go-Karting.  Whilst we are developing our application form, If you are interested in becoming an GRO sponsored athlete please send your application including Discipline, Competition Class, Recent Results and links to your social media accounts (Facebooks, pages, Instagram accounts) to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for consideration.
GRO rider on Top with Middelton securing 6th straight Australian Titles Championship. Print E-mail
Sunday, 28 April 2019 06:41

He came, he saw, he conquered. 28-year-old Kyle Middleton once again has re-written the history books by becoming the first rider to win six straight Australian Solo Championships, after he crushed his rivals at the 2018 Delecca’s Australian Trial Championship at Sedgwick in Victoria.

After scoring 14-points on Saturday, the New South Welshman went on to score 25-points on Sunday, which saw him finishing on top of the points tally with just 39-points to his name.

While Middleton performed so well against the competition, he didn’t feel as good yesterday, as he did on Saturday. This was simply because Middleton felt a bit ‘off’, as he was tired from the opening day of action.

“The body simply didn’t feel right today,” said Middleton at the conclusion of Sunday’s race.

Middleton’s second lap saw him digging deep, which went to plan for him. However, he started to have a couple of bad sections, which damaged his overall score a bit. Otherwise, it wasn’t too bad for Middleton, who entered the weekend with a bit of self-doubt.

The reason behind Middleton’s self-doubt was because after he came back from this year’s Scottish Six Day Trial in May, he returned back to Australia with a lot of injuries.

Since then, Middleton has really struggled with his body. There have been points this year where he honestly has thought to himself that he didn’t know if he would have even been able to do the Australian Trial Championship, as he didn’t train much this year.

“I guess all the stress was for nothing, because I rode fairly well this weekend,” expressed Middleton, who rates his sixth championship as his best, purely because it has been the hardest to win.

“I came into this weekend with a bit of self-doubt, however, once I got halfway through the first lap on Saturday I understood that I was riding quite well. To be able to win this year’s championship is a great feeling, but most of all it’s a massive relief,” added Middleton.

Middleton has declared that he will be back in 2019 to try and defend his championship, and hopefully make it a seventh straight title.

“As next year’s championship will be held in Tasmania, for sure Chris [Bayles] will be a tough person to beat, we will be riding in his ‘own back yard’. Hopefully in the off-season I’ll take a bit of time off and try and get my body right. If we do that, we should be more than fine,” concluded Middleton.

66-points off Middleton in second place was young gun, Connor Hogan (another Group sponsored rider), who continues to impress and has proven that he is a future star of the sport.
It was a bit of an up-and-down weekend for the 18-year-old, who hails from Bangor, in South Australia.

Hogan enjoyed some good laps and some laps which weren’t quite good. However, all in all he was pretty happy with how the weekend went.

“I managed to pull it together in the end, so I’m happy to walk away with second overall,” said Hogan, who scored 57-points on Saturday and 48 on Sunday.

When asked what he thought about the sections, Hogan replied with; “I found the courses fairly difficult and testing. Some sections were very much like what I rode while in Europe, but most weren’t. They were what you expected to be like at a place like Sedgwick. The sections were a lot of fun to ride.”

Overall however, Hogan walked away from the Australian Trail Championship more than content, as he didn’t have much expectations. Hogan, who finished fifth overall in last year’s Solo Championship just wanted to improve from last year, which he certainly did.

The next challenge for Hogan is to try and win the championship, which he is not getting to ahead of himself, just yet.

“It would be nice to be able to battle for the championship next year. In saying that, Kyle is an amazing rider, so it will be hard to knock him off his perch anytime soon. To be able to beat Kyle and take the championship would be ideal. I’ll keep working and hopefully one day it might happen,” finished Hogan.

Just three points off Hogan was the 38-year-old, Colin Zarczynski.
Zarczynski (GRO) certainly had a better day on Sunday, than what he had on Saturday.
On Saturday, Zarczynski suffered massive cramping’s in his hand, to the point where he couldn’t even open his own hand.

“I spent a lot time trying to fix my hand overnight,” explained Zarczynski.
“My hands did come a lot better than Saturday afternoon. Today, I looked after myself a lot better in terms of nutrition wise. In saying that, that issue did throw an extra spanner into the works.”

Zarczynski openly admitted that he felt as if he could have done a little bit better throughout both days.

“I know even the winners probably say the same thing as well. But, I’m just disappointed in myself a little bit. Maybe the preparation wasn’t as good as it could have been. Overall, I’m still walking away. All the issues over the weekend, they were just rider issues. There wasn’t anything else. It was all me,” finished Zarczynski.

Tasmania’s Chris Bayles (GRO) finished fourth overall with 131-points in the bank.
Bayles, who was more than happy with his riding over the course of the weekend, unfortunately had a couple of unlucky situations throughout both days. Bayles’ chain came off twice in the first section and on the same rock.

“It’s a bit disappointing, but I’m really happy with how I rode this weekend,” said Bayles, who felt quite good aboard his Gas Gas 300 machine.

Rounding out the top five was South Africanis Bruce Le Riche, who was nine points behind Bayles.

Kristie McKinnon, GRO's female trials superstar, kept her fine form going into the second day of racing by racking up a total of just 6-points for the day, which saw finishing with a grand total of 14-points and her ninth Australian Championship in the Women’s category.
McKinnon expressed that the sections on Sunday were a little bit tougher than what they were on Saturday, which suited her even more.

“I really enjoyed the sections out there today, as there were some nice steps to play on. It was simply a magic day,” said McKinnon.

McKinnon clearly came into the weekend as the favourite to win the championship, which she has lived up to expectations. But, was she expecting to finish the weekend with a ninth Australian championship to her name?

“Anything can happen in Trials. In saying that, I definitely feel as if I spend more time on the bike than anyone else. I definitely feel like I have put the work in, so I was feeling pretty confident just with the fact that I know that I had done the hard work and put the time in.”

McKinnon explained that’s it’s pretty special to win an Australian Championship. However, she still rates her second championship, which she won in 2009, as her favourite championship as she won it at Pacific Park in New South Wales which is her home ground.

“This championship is not any less special. I have definitely had a whole lot of fun at Sedgwick this weekend. On top of that we have had solid group of girls all riding at a high level, which is always good,” finish McKinnon.

Michelle Coleman finished second on 73-points, while Lillie Yiatrou finished third on a count back with Nicole Casey, as Yiatrou got 14 cleans to Casey’s 13.
Completing the top five respectfully was Jenna Lupo with 159-points.



Images: Russell Colvin
Editorial: Rusell Colvin

1st Kyle MIDDLETON 39
2nd Connor HOGAN 105
3rd Colin ZARCZYNSKI 108
4th Chris BAYLES 131
5th Bruce LE RICHE 140

1st Kristie MCKINNON 14
2nd Michelle COLEMAN 73
3rd Lillie YIATROU 129
4th Nicole CASEY 129
5th Jenna LUPO 159

Thursday, 25 April 2019 01:53

Hello GRO Fans.

 It's been a long time coming but we are in the process of updating our website including products, pictures and all the latest news from our sponsered cometitors.

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Middleton Re-signs With Global Racing Oil Print E-mail
Monday, 21 January 2013 00:34
Kyle Middleton
Kyle Middleton & Global Racing Oil Australia are both excited to announce that Kyle will be continuing his partnership with the brand to make it 5 consecutive years in partnership.

" I am really excited to be riding for GRO for another year and as all of my friends will know, I am a strong believer in the product. Last year was a great year for results for us with the top Aussie in the Australian Championships, 14th in the World Championships, NSW Title & TAS Title. This year I want to take it a lot further and partnerships like this are exactly what I need to be able to achieve my goals.”

Global Racing Oil Australia has changed hands this year from Solo Motorcycle Imports to a very familiar face in Moto-Trials - Phil Whittle. Kyle has always had a good relationship with the new owner, Phil, so it seems a good move for them both to join forces in a professional manner.

Global Racing Oil have been supporting Kyle not only in Australia but all around the world for the past 4 years and Kyle has an annual meeting at the factory near Barcelona to discuss development of the products. The products have been developed and tested in the GasGas by Adam Raga along with other professionals in the field, so there is no question about whether the products are suitable for trials applications.

If you would like to know anything about the products or what one is most suitable for you make sure you ask Kyle or Phil.

GRO Newsletter - December 2012 Print E-mail
Thursday, 27 December 2012 00:18

Check out our latest GRO Headlines from our email newsletter 

  • A word from John Fretten 
  • Brooke Lonie joins GasGas and GRO
  • Meet the NEW importer
  • 2012 a Successful season for GRO Supported, Kyle Middleton
  • Global Racing oil supported Riders excel at Wildwood
  • Global Racing Oil Supports the Australian Trials Des Nation team in Switzerland
You can read it by downloading the 1MB PDF.
To be included in this email newsletter send us a quick "hello" to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with the subject 'GRO Newsletter'. 


Global Racing Oils "Product of the Month" #2 Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 December 2009 00:32

GR-3 Nautic ($29.95 Retail incl GST per lt)

GR-3 is specially developed, extremely high quality full synthetic biodegradable 2 stroke engine oil for quality and high performance racing 2 stroke marine and jet ski engines. Its high level of biodegradability and hygienic emissions ensure it meets and exceeds the most stringent standards set for performance and general 2 stroke marine engines.

GRO Kart-2 and Eberhart still front running Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 December 2009 00:28

The 3 day fairwell to Oran Park Go-Kart race meeting has been run and won to the disapointment of all competitors knowing that its good bye to a great facility. Local GRO sponsored Luke Eberhart  finished a crediable  5th in a hard fort battle in clubman heavy. Luke gained enough points without racing all the rounds to finnish 3rd in the club champioship.

Bike Gear Wharehouse (BGW) becomes Global Racing Oil Stockists! Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 December 2009 00:25

The Bike Gear Wharehouse in Narellan NSW had its annual open day sale which was a opertune time for Global Racing Oil to promote its new retail stockiest at the BGW wharehouse. Its comen knowledge that the BGW store is owned  by the US multi superbike champion Matt Mladin.

GRO, Stiller and Norside Motorcycles pushing hard Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 December 2009 00:24
Lana and Brent stiller, what a family combination! The Global Racing Oils sponsored Norside Motorcycle racing team has again produced some great results in north Queensland’s local motorcycle racing scene. Local fast guy Brent Stiller finished a commendable 3rd on his GRO oiled 250 in the clubman lights, While wife Lana Stiller, who just so happens to be 1st reserve for the Australian women’s 6 day team, won the women’s event out right.
13 Times Australian boat racing champion Tim Bollins sign with Global Racing Oil Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 December 2009 00:18

Championship winning  boat racing team ‘Bollins Racing’ has joined forces with Global Racing Oil to take on the might of the Formula 2 boat racing championships.

GRO’S Kyle Middleton home from Europe then adds another state Title! Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 December 2009 00:06

 Global Racing Oil sponsored trials rider Kyle Middleton has returned home to Australia after competing in the Spanish and French rounds of the World Trials Championships in Europe. Middleton landed in Spain a few days after crashing out of the Australian titles with the pressure of having to wean himself of crutches before competing in the Spanish round on the Sunday. Prior to the competition Kyle had the extra burden of driving to the GAS GAS  factory to pick up his new GAS GAS trials bike before attending his first visit to the Global Racing Oils factory and head office.


Global Racing Oil sponsored Brody Nowlan bound for Europe! Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 December 2009 00:00

Firstly we must congratulate GRO sponsored road racer Brody Nowlan for his 2nd place finish in the 2009 MRRDA series. Brody was able to secure 2nd place in the championship without competing at the last round held at Phillip Island. Brody left the 2nd last round 43pts ahead and by finishing upright in the final round he would have surely taken out the championship.

Global Racing Oil and GAS GAS beat the world! Print E-mail
Monday, 14 December 2009 23:45

Global Racing oil and factory sponsored GAS GAS riders Christopher Nambotin and Ludivine Puy beat the best international riders and teams at the 2009 International Six Days Enduro in Portugal this month. The GAS GAS/GRO team riders, world number 2 Nambotin and world number 1 female rider Ludivine Puy were the eventual champions at the International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) held this year in Portugal. It was a great honor for the team to win such an event which is herald as one of the most important Enduro tournaments worldwide.

Global Racing Oils “Product of the month” Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 October 2009 01:16

GRO GSY-3 (1 liter $19.45 - 5 liter $91.45 Retail incl GST)

GSY-3 which shall soon be known as ‘Global Smart’ is a high quality 4 stroke Semi Synthetic engine oil. Global Smart is available in 10w40 and 15w50 in 1 liter, 5 liter, 50 liter and 210 lite sizes. Global Smart (GSY-3) is extremely high quality engine oil that is suitable high performance road and off road motorcycles.

Global Racing Oil Excites Automotive world Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 October 2009 01:07

Global Racing Oil has now found its way into the world of automotive racing in Europe's finest stable Lamborghini! GRO’s GXS full synthetic racing oil is now the choice of the Italian based Lamborghini Racing team. ‘We only us very best possible lubrication with these magnificent racing cars an that’s GRO’.

Ten times world champ Raga pushes GRO and GAS GAS to another WIN! Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 October 2009 01:04
Although having had minor knee surgery recently, Adam Raga has been able to put more first place silverware in his cupboard with a win on his GRO GAS GAS at the French round of the World outdoor trials championships. Adam only needed a handful of points to regain his number 1 world ranking but on this occasion he will have to try again in 2010. Final standings in the World Outdoor trials Championships ? 1st Bou (Montesa) 200pts, 2nd Raga (GAS GAS) 188 pts, 3rd Fujinama (Montesa) 147pts.
AGAIN! Nambotin, GAS GAS and GRO WINNERS at the World Enduro Championships Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 October 2009 01:01

International GAS GAS team rider Christophe Nambotin has won the latest round at the Saint Flour (France) round of the world Enduro Championships. The GRO sponsored GAS GAS of Nambotin put considerable distance between itself and the rest of the competitors. Nambotin has now edged his GRO GAS GAS EC300 closer to being on top of the championship leader’s board with 4 round wins for the year. Guess GAS GAS and GRO will have to settle for being the number 2 in the final World rankings.

GRO, Italkart and Luke Eberhart Print E-mail
Tuesday, 27 October 2009 00:57

The importer of ITALKART, In2karts at Caringbah, Sydney, continues to campaigned 2 drivers in the latest round of the NSW Pro kart Titles (Night series) held in Wollongong NSW. John Goode placing 4th and other team driver Manual Velasco was placed up the front until some overzealous driving took him out. Team owner John Goode was heading to the complaints department until someone pointed out that sheep stations were on the line. ‘The kart scene is starting to take notice that GRO Kart?2 produces good power and fewer fouled spark plug s, guess that’s why they are trying to crash us out’ stated John.

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