Iconic Australian fuel brand Ampol will make its return to Australian motorsport for the first time in 25 years when the Supercars Championship descends on Darwin this weekend.
Following Caltex Australia’s recent decision to transition back to Ampol, the Red Bull Holden Racing Team will kickstart the brand’s re-emergence in motorsport by updating the car livery and race s
Speaking on the transition, #88 driver Jamie ‘JDub’ Whincup is hoping to welcome back the brand with some competitive results this weekend.
“Ampol has a long history in Australian motorsport and I’m excited that the Red Bull Holden Racing Team is part of its return.
“We’ll have the new Ampol and Amplify Premium Fuels logos on our cars from this weekend onwards and we’ll be doing our best to give the brand a successful return to the track,” said JDub.
In 2020, Ampol is set to amplify its sponsorship with the team, rolling out fan engagement activations throughout the Supercars season.
#888 co-driver Craig Lowndes will head up the ‘Ampol Pit Stop’, a premium webinar series providing exclusive insight into the Red Bull Holden Racing Team and the personnel that keep the show on the road.
The new premium fuels brand, Ampol Amplify, sees Ampol’s return as a tier one fuel brand with world-class, high-quality fuels that customers can rely on.
Australians will start to see Ampol service stations popping up around the country in the coming months, with the transition to be complete by end of 2022.