Todd Hazelwood’s Commodore will take its latest new look into a doubleheader with South Australian company TRG Transport securing naming rights for both upcoming events at The Bend.
Coming off a career-first ARMOR ALL Pole in Townsville, Hazelwood is raring to hit the track in his home state as the Repco SuperSprint gets underway tomorrow.
“We left Townsville on a high with two pole positions for BJR cars (Hazelwood and Nick Percat) but not being able to turn these into podiums has left me very determined and hungry for more as I feel like we are so close to a top three finish,” he said.
“We’re getting stronger and stronger each weekend as a team and we’re in a good place to hopefully secure more great results.
“I’m excited to be back in my home state of SA and welcome some local SA businesses onboard the #14 backing me for the doubleheader.
“Thanks to the team at TRG Transport for getting behind me and BJR.”
A leading Australian transport company, TRG managing director Tony Musolino is pumped to see how the new-look #14 goes.
“TRG prides itself on giving back to the community by contributing to local sporting teams and events,” Musolino said.
“We are delighted to have the opportunity to showcase our business on BJR’s Supercar.
“We understand it’s been a tough year for all the teams so it’s a pleasure to assist with these local races at The Bend and SA’s own, Todd Hazelwood.
“We are honoured and proud to be a part of the BJR team and the 2020 Supercars Championship.”
Hazelwood’s Holden also welcomes Action Line Marking, True Steel Frames and Rob Sinclair Equipment Finance aboard for this weekend’s action at Tailem Bend.