Mason Kelly carried the ACL 75th anniversary logo in Perth recently

ACL Bearing Company (Australia) Pty Ltd, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary of manufacturing precision automotive engine bearings at its manufacturing sites in Launceston (Tasmania) in 2024 – has proudly announced the continuation of its long term relationship with Kelly Racing and Super 2 driver, Mason Kelly.
“We are very pleased to continue our long term relationship with Kelly Racing and Mason – we have been involved with Kelly Racing since its inception and we were very impressed with Mason’s achievements and growth during his debut 2023 season in Super 3,” ACL Bearing Company (Australia) Pty Ltd General Manager, Chris Brooks, said.
“We are excited to partner with Mason in his transition to Super 2 this season.”
Mason ran a Nissan Altima in the 2023 Super 3 Series and has progressed to Super 2 for 2024 driving the #22 Ford Mustang.
The 2024 Super 2 Series Championship consists of six rounds all held in conjunction with Supercars rounds in Bathurst, Perth, Townsville, Sandown, Bathurst and Adelaide.
In acknowledgement of ACL’s 75th anniversary, Mason’s #22 Ford Mustang carried the ACL 75th anniversary logo during Round Two of the series at Perth’s Wanneroo Raceway recently.
“We are very appreciative of the acknowledgement of our important milestone by Kelly Racing – the livery looked fantastic. A massive thank you to Mason for the initiative and support,” Chris said.
“We are very proud to be a long term partner of Kelly Racing and Mason as he continues his motorsport development.
“He is an excellent ambassador for our brand, and we wish him every success for the season.”
The 2024 car has Kelly Racing chassis number KR011 and is the first Mustang Supercar built by Kelly Racing in their Ford era.
Like the Nissan Altima (previously driven by Mason’s father, Todd Kelly) the KR011 has a strong link to the Kelly family, having been driven by Mason’s uncle Rick Kelly in 2020 and David Reynolds in 2021 and 2022.
“I am immensely proud to be partnered with ACL, a company with an incredible 75 year history and a rich legacy in motorsports,” Mason said.
“ACL’s unwavering support for Kelly Racing and my personal racing career has been pivotal in our development and success.
“All of us at Kelly Racing are grateful for ACL’s involvement with the team and congratulate ACL on reaching the remarkable milestone of 75 years of innovation and manufacturing in Australia.”
“Kelly Racing wishes to congratulate everyone involved in ACL’s success so far on the global stage as it continues to develop, innovate and manufacture class leading products from here in Australia,” Kelly Racing Director, Todd Kelly, said.
“ACL have been an invaluable supporter of Kelly Racing and have played a pivotal role in our engine projects across multiple manufacturers.
“We appreciate ACL’s continued support to the team and involvement with Mason on his move into Super 2.”

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