Nulon Racing reveals Movember livery for Bathurst

03 Oct
Nulon Racing answers the call of the Mo for 2023 Great Race
  • Slade/Webb Camaro to carry Movember backing at the Mountain

  • Car will carry key messages from Movember movement

  • Slade chasing first Bathurst podium; Webb won the 2016 Great Race

Nulon Racing has revealed a new partnership with Movember, complete with new livery, for this year’s Repco Bathurst 1000.

The #23 Movember Racing Team Camaro, to be raced by Tim Slade and Jonathon Webb, will carry key messages from the global men’s health movement.

This year, Movember is asking supporters to ‘answer the call of the Mo’ and unite to take on mental health and suicide, prostate cancer, and testicular cancer. 

The car will carry messages such as ‘The Mo is calling’ and ‘Raise Funds. Save Lives.’ emblazoned across its panels.


“Movember is such an important cause, and I am very proud to be able to play a part in raising awareness and vital funds for the campaign as the driver of the #23 Movember Racing Team Camaro.” Slade said. 

“What I really like about Movember too is that while it champions men’s health, it does so in a way that’s really inclusive.

"Movember is not just for men, it’s a global health movement and the invitation to take part is open to everyone.

"I am putting the call out to all of Nulon Racing's fans to get behind this great cause with us. There are heaps of great ways to get involved, whether you choose to Grow a Mo, Move for Mental Health, host a Mo-ment, or Mo Your Own Way, the opportunities are endless. It’s about having fun and doing some good for men’s health." 

Natalie Kirby, Head of Marketing Campaigns at Movember Australia, added: "To have Nulon Racing’s support in spreading this hairy word at one of the largest and most exciting sporting events on the calendar, is something we are thrilled about, and we cannot wait to see The Mo taking to the track this weekend.


“Too many men are living with poor health or dying too young. In Australia, men are dying on average four years earlier than women – and for largely preventable reasons.

“Three in four suicides are men, one in five men are at risk of receiving a prostate cancer diagnosis in their lifetime, and testicular cancer is the most common cancer in young men. And that is what Movember wants to change.

"We are the leaders of the men’s health movement, and we are here to challenge health systems, confront gender norms, and encourage men to adopt healthy behaviours to save more lives ultimately.

"By improving men’s health, we know we can create generational change and healthier societies."

To donate, sign up or learn more, visit Movember.com or download the Movember app. 

The new-look Movember Camaro will hit the track at Mount Panorama on Thursday.

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