Repco has officially taken naming rights of the 2021 season-opening Supercars event in Bathurst

The 2021 Repco Supercars Championship will commence with the Repco Mt Panorama 500 across 26-28 February.
It will be the first of two visits to the iconic Mount Panorama Circuit, the spiritual home of Australian motorsport.
The second event will be the inaugural Repco Bathurst 1000 in October.
Repco Head of Sponsorship, Mitch Wiley, said his team were looking forward to further integrating with the sport.
“Like all race fans, the crew at Repco are counting down the days to the season opener at Mount Panorama,” Mitch said.
“We are thrilled to be able to throw further support behind the sport we love and cannot wait to be amongst the fans during the 2021 season.”
Repco says its brand has been synonymous with Australian and New Zealand racing since the 1950s.

While Repco’s most famous partnership was with Sir Jack Brabham, Denny Hulme and the Brabham racing team, which saw wins at the Formula One World Championships in 1966 and 1967, the brand has an extensive heritage in motorsport.  
In the 1970s, Repco developed and built the F5000 engine for Formula 5000 racing, which won races in the Australian Grand Prix, the New Zealand Grand Prix, the Australian Driver’s Championship and the Australian Sports Car Championship.
More recently Repco supported DJR Team Penske, and celebrated Scott McLaughlin’s Supercars Driver’s Championships in 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Over the next five years, Supercars and Repco will work collaboratively to roll out an extensive marketing and activation campaign, which will focus on delivering engagement with motoring enthusiasts and Supercars fans across Australia and New Zealand.
Repco says its commitment to motorsport, and most notably the Repco Supercars Championship, is a logical extension of its commitment and ongoing support of local auto enthusiasts.
Repco has a network of 400 automotive parts and accessories branches across Australia and New Zealand, and for almost 100 years it says it has supported those who love cars the most – the mechanics who keep Australia and New Zealand running, and the auto enthusiasts who can’t get enough time with their cars.

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