The Gazpromneft gas station network consists of approximately 1300 stations in Russia and the CIS countries. The broad geographical scope of the Gazpromneft gas station network and the advantageous location of the Omsk, Moscow, and Yaroslavl oil refineries secure Gazprom Neft's leading positions on the wholesale and retail markets in Western Siberia and Central Russia.
G-Drive is a next-generation fuel sold at Gazpromneft network automotive fueling stations. The main advantages of Gazprom Neft's premium fuel, which contains an active complex of additives, include an increase in engine power of up to 12 percent, an improvement in automobile acceleration by up to 1.8 seconds, and professional protection for the engine's fuel system.The FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) is one of the five major international auto racing series held, together with Formula 1, under the aegis of the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA). The championship consists of eight stages, and takes place on three continents: Sebring, United States; Spa, Belgium; Le Mans, France; Silverstone, United Kingdom; São Paulo, Brazil; the Kingdom of Bahrain; Fuji, Japan; and Shanghai, China. The 24 Hours of Le Mans marathon, which comprises a part of the WEC calendar, is one of the three most prestigious international races, along with the Indianapolis 500 and the Monaco Grand Prix. Each year, over 310,000 spectators attend the marathon.
Roman Rusinov is a repeat winner of grand touring class, sports car, and Formula Junior international races. In 2000, Roman became the first Russian racecar driver to win an international series race, winning the International Renault finals and coming in second place in the Formula Renault championship. In 2002, Rusinov came in third in the Formula Palmer Audi championship, and won the 1000-kilometer Le Mans Marathon in a category LMP2 2003 prototype. He became the first Russian citizen in the history of motor sports to win an international championship in 2004. Driving a Ferrari car, Rusinov became champion of the Le Mans international series. In 2005-2006, he was a test driver for the Jordan GP and MF1 Racing teams in the Formula 1 championship. He has created the Russian Spartak Racing team, and raced with that team in 2008-2009 in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Le Mans series, the FIA GT1 World Championship, and the ADAC GT3 Race in Lamborghini cars, gaining seven winning places and three victories. Since 2012, he has been a driver in the G-Drive Racing team.";s:4:"TYPE";s:4:"html";}