At the same time, the tyre and mechanical retailer has announced a new alliance with Team 18

JAX Tyres and Auto says it is thrilled to announce the continuation of its successful partnership with Supercars driver David Reynolds, and an exciting new collaboration with Team 18 for the 2024 Repco Supercars Championship.
Having begun in 2019, JAX Tyres and Auto’s partnership with David Reynolds rolls into 2024 with the JAX brand set to feature on Reynolds’ helmet and suit, and on the rear wing end plate of both Team 18 cars, including Reynolds’ #20 Tradie-backed Chev Camaro and Mark Winterbottom’s #18 Dewalt Racing car.
As well as featuring on the pit boom gate, Team 18’s pit crew helmets will continue to feature JAX’s signature yellow livery.
JAX Tyres and Auto Chief Executive Officer, Steve Grossrieder, expressed his excitement about the continued partnership.
“We are delighted to extend our collaboration with David Reynolds, a true icon in Supercars racing,” Steve said.
“Our journey with David has been incredibly rewarding and we are proud to stand by his side as he embarks on this new chapter with Team 18.
“We believe in the power of long-term partnerships and this alliance reflects our commitment to excellence and passion for the sport.”
David Reynolds, who has joined Team 18 for the 2024 season, shared his enthusiasm about the extended partnership with JAX Tyres and Auto.
“I’m thrilled to continue working with JAX Tyres and Auto. Their support has been invaluable and together we’ve achieved great success on and off the track,” David said.
Team 18 owner, Charlie Schwerkolt, also expressed his excitement about the collaboration.
“We are pleased to welcome JAX Tyres and Auto to the Team 18 family. Their commitment to excellence aligns perfectly with our goals, and we look forward to achieving great success together in the 2024 Repco Supercars Championship. With David Reynolds behind the wheel, we believe we have a winning combination,” Charlie said.
This announcement follows JAX Tyres and Auto’s continued support of motor racing at both a national and grass-roots level.
Activity in 2023 included the Pink Helmet initiative for Breast Cancer Awareness month at the Boost Mobile Gold Coast 500, which saw David Reynolds turn his helmet from JAX Yellow to Pink in support of the National Breast Council Foundation at a race in which he emerged victorious.

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