Bathurst-successful squad lands new backing for Enduro Cup
THEY might be common colors, but TEKNO will be rolling out with a new key sponsor at the start out of Supercars’ Enduro Cup.
The No. 19 Holden of rookie Jack Le Brocq and 2016 Bathurst 1000 winner Jonathon Webb will have the black and orange of Truck Guide at upcoming weekend’s RABBLE Sandown 500.
The backing will also show up on the TEKNO car or truck at the Bathurst 1000, Gold Coastline 600 and Newcastle 50
The partnership marks the very first time the truck roadside support and on the net insurance plan supplier has ventured into Supercars, with strategies for trackside activations throughout the 4 forthcoming gatherings.
“Truck Guide is fired up to associate with Jack Le Brocq and TEKNO Autosports for these leading Supercar gatherings,” Alan Hasted, standard supervisor of Truck Guide, stated.
“Jack’s a key expertise with a massive foreseeable future in the activity. He’s somebody we’re very pleased to toss our guidance at the rear of and to have as an ambassador for our business enterprise. There is a authentic synergy there.
“TEKNO Autosports has extended punched earlier mentioned its fat in Supercar racing. They are a little limited-knit crew — ideal for us to associate and expand with. With each other we have acquired some fascinating points prepared alongside the way.”
The partnership was unveiled at TEKNO’s Gold Coastline foundation on Tuesday, the new-search livery demonstrated off along with the company’s restored, custom made 1946 Ford Jailbar truck.
The Truck Guide livery will strike the monitor for the very first time on Wednesday at Queensland Raceway as TEKNO carries out its pre-Enduro Cup take a look at working day along with the relaxation of the southeast Queensland-primarily based groups.