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Supercars Safety On Track Amid Border Uncertainty

Supercars Safety On Track Amid Border Uncertainty

[mkdf_dropcaps type=”normal” color=”#f55549″ background_color=””]B[/mkdf_dropcaps]P will be sponsoring Supercars’ official vehicles for 2021 and 2022, including the Ford Mustang GT 2021 safety car.

The new BT fleet is all provided by Ford, who continue their partnership with the motorsport competition.

All vehicles will be fuelled by BT’s high-performance fuel blend.

GM AsPac Brand and Communications, Leigh Taylor, is excited about the collaboration.

“Safety is paramount to all of us at BP, so to have the opportunity to support the BP Ultimate Safety Car is something we’re really proud of,” Taylor said.

Ford President and CEO, Andrew Birkic, is looking forward to another season with Supercars.

“Our 2500-strong team of engineers, designers, technical and automotive specialists in Australia share a passion for Supercars, and we can’t wait for the teams to line up on the grid in Bathurst,” Birkic said.

We are proud to provide Supercars with vehicles from across our range, each meeting a specific need on the track, and enabling the race teams to do what they do best,” he said.

Along with official duties, the cars will also take selected fans around race tracks as part of their ‘Course Car Experience’ sessions.

Supercars are also finalising arrangements for pre-season testing amid the COVID-19 outbreak in Victoria.

The official pre-season test day at Winton has been rescheduled to a later date, which was due to take place on Tuesday.

Queensland-based teams will have pre-season testing at Ipswich on Friday as planned, with the season set to commence at the Repco Mt Panorama 500 later in February.

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