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Published on November 5th 2021 in

GM ANZ continues strong ties with Triple Eight Racing and Supercars

GM ANZ has announced a two-year extension to its long-standing sponsorship with Triple Eight Race Engineering. The deal will see the company’s leading brands including ACDelco, GM Trade Parts and GMSV continue to adorn the Championship-leading Red Bull Ampol Racing Commodores for the 2022 season.

The collaboration will evolve further when the team switches to the all-new Gen3 Camaro Supercar, currently under development by Triple Eight for Supercars and GM.

“It’s exciting to have GM ANZ on board as we enter this highly anticipated new era in the sport,” said Roland Dane, Managing Director of Triple Eight Race Engineering. “The company has been a key supplier and sponsor to the team via ACDelco and of course Holden for the past 11-years, our mechanics value the extra edge it gives us behind the scenes in our racing preparations.”

With GM brands featuring prominently on the Red Bull Ampol Supercars, it’s a visual reminder for people of the GM Holden Aftersales support for the 1.6 million Holden vehicles still on the road today, accessible at almost 250 Authorised Holden Certified Service Centres on both sides of the Tasman.

“Holden has been a part of the motorsport landscape in Australia and New Zealand for over 70 years – and we’re proud to be continuing this legacy with this announcement,” said Marc Ebolo, Managing Director of GM ANZ. “Our relationship with Triple Eight is a highly visible reminder to Supercars fans that there is ongoing support for Holden genuine parts and servicing.”

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