Many people associate fast cars with leggy models. Japanese industrial firm Moty's goes one step further - literally. Its self-styled 'hyper-lubricant technology' has been used to make motor oil - and condoms. As one of the company's senior executives once told a business reporter: 'We don't think they are different businesses; they are in the same business of lubrication.' He got that right. No doubt they guarantee the technology to enhance performance in both areas, too. As part of its promotion of China Radical Cup 2009, a Formula 1 race in Shanghai, anyone who buys a pack of Moty's condoms can cut out the 'Fit your needs' logo and use it to enter a lottery draw before the deadline on August 3. Winners will get two plane tickets and hotel accommodation to see the races in late August. Results of the draw will be published in newspapers on August 8, including in the Post. As the ad (pictured) says: 'You can see it, feel it - the high performance.'