Brad Jones Racing are excited to announce their partnership with 7-Eleven for this weekend’s WD-40 Phillip Island SuperSprint event.
The iconic white, green, red and orange 7-Eleven colours will be easily recognised by Supercar fans, with the livery set to stand out from the pack.
7-Eleven is proudly Australian owned and operated. Since opening the first store in 1977, the business has grown to more than 680 stores across Victoria, NSW, ACT and Western Australia.
As Australia’s first choice in convenience, 7-Eleven is focused on providing great value as well as a great customer experience and contributing to the communities where it operates.
7-Eleven is a part of many Australians’ daily routine, whether it’s the 5am coffee to get their day going, a top-up of fuel, a fast and fresh lunch stop or those late-night snacks; 7-Eleven are always open when you need them.
Nick “It’s fantastic to have the support of 7-Eleven for the Phillip Island SuperSprint. The colours are iconic and for me brings back memories of Tony Kanaan in IndyCar and Kyle Petty In NASCAR, and now to introduce those iconic colours onto the 7-Eleven Supercar is awesome.”
“I’m looking forward to getting back to Phillip Island this weekend, I feel like we left there last year with some unfinished business. Our car has been coming on strong in recent events, our speed is improving and as we showed in Tasmania, we can charge when we need to.”
“The team have done a great job to turn the cars around so quickly between events and transform it into the 7-Eleven colours. There’s no doubt the BJR fans will think this one is a winner - or should that be, a ‘Good Call!’
“As an Australian family owned team, with a proud history and strongly committed to continued progress, Brad Jones Racing is a great fit with 7-Eleven,” said Julie Laycock, General Manager Marketing.
“Our customers are on the go, and value a quick in-store experience, which is why we’re so delighted to see the iconic 7-Eleven colours gracing the BJR car this weekend, and we wish the team every success.”
The 7-Eleven Supercar is set to hit the track tomorrow for practice with all sessions LIVE on FOX Sports. For further updates be sure to follow us on Facebook
Published: 11 April 2019.