The automotive elements and equipment retailer has held naming rights for each Supercars and the Nice Race for the reason that 2021 season.
That preliminary deal was set to run over 5 years and canopy to the top of the 2025 season.
Nonetheless a recent deal has been struck with Supercars that can see the Repco deal run till not less than the top of 2028.
The extension of the deal coincides with Repco’s a centesimal anniversary.
“Repco has made an amazing contribution to Australian and worldwide motorsport over the past 100 years and we’re very excited concerning the subsequent part of our partnership,” stated Supercars CEO Shane Howard.
“The settlement ensures important funding into the way forward for Supercars and helps our development technique at one of the vital thrilling occasions within the historical past of the game.
“The prolonged dedication is according to Repco’s want to work with Supercars to enhance the fan expertise whereas we usher in a brand new chapter, with the introduction of racing between the Gen3 Camaro and Mustang.
“Along with Repco, we’ll proceed to develop Supercars and enhance the general expertise for followers, individuals and volunteers, each at dwelling and on the observe.”
“That is testomony to the ability of Supercars, the world’s main touring automobile class, to draw and collaboratively work with a few of the largest companies throughout Australia and New Zealand.
“We sit up for working with Repco to repeatedly develop Supercars over coming years.”
Repco’s funding in Supercars over the previous two seasons has included important fan interplay by on-site activations just like the Repco Storage and the pit cease problem.
“As Repco celebrates our a centesimal birthday and after such an unbelievable yr of racing, to additional prolong our future funding and partnership with this sport that we love, is unbelievable,” stated Repco CEO Wayne Bryant.
“The previous two years of partnership have supplied a lot to our group and prospects and we sit up for persevering with to work with the Supercars group to make this sport even larger and higher for all followers.”