RYCO 24•7 are excited to collaborate with Team Triton SuperUtes and Brad Jones Racing. We are the naming sponsor on car #14 driven by Madison Down in the 2021 Pro Eseries.
The six-round Eseries kicks off this Wednesday the 25th of August, running weekly through to the 29th of September. Things are a little different this year, with drivers fighting for two Championships – the All Stars, for Supercar and Dunlop Super2 Drivers and the Pro Series for elite gamers.
The striking red and white RYCO 24•7 racing livery will be a standout as Downs gets set to take to the track for some virtual battles. BJR also welcomes to the #14 – Pioneer DJ, Shure, Sia Australia, Verto and Trade Risk.
In 1989, RYCO set out to enhance its distribution base and launched its mobile service division, RYCO 24•7 Pty Ltd. Since its inception, RYCO 24•7 has increased its market coverage by establishing Service Centres, Mobile Connector Specialists and Onsite Container Workshops in several countries around the world in particular here in Australia and New Zealand.
RYCO 24•7 offers a comprehensive service to many industries with emergency break down, programmed maintenance, original equipment manufacturer (OEM) support, installation and aftermarket businesses. Their professionally trained and dedicated teams are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week offering expert technical support for all types of hydraulic and industrial systems.
RYCO Hydraulics General Manager – Sales & Marketing APAC Sean Babbage is looking forward to joining the Supercars Eseries, “It’s really all about building the brand and the collaboration of real versus virtual motorsport reinforces the core qualities of RYCO 24•7 – speed to market and speed to service,” Babbage said.
“RYCO 24•7 has a distinguished history in motorsport, in particular we have partnered with Team Triton. and have thoroughly enjoyed collaborating with V8 SuperUte front runners – Craig Dontas and Cameron Crick.”
“We’re very excited to partner and team with Brad Jones Racing and looking forward to the upcoming six rounds!” Babbage said.
Returning for his second year with BJR after a 3rd place finish in 2020, Down scored an impressive race win, 7 podiums and four top five positions. Madison is looking forward to joining the team for another season, “It’s a great feeling to be back with Brad Jones Racing again for 2021,” he said.
“Brad and the whole team at BJR were incredible last year and when that opportunity arose to continue with BJR, the offer was too good to refuse! Also, a huge thank you to RYCO 24•7 for getting behind me, hopefully I can score some solid results and have a great campaign.
“In what was a fantastic year in 2020 achieving a solid 3rd place result in the championship, we will be working as a team to build on those results for 2021. The engineering team last year, particularly Tony Woodward and Andrew Edwards were a huge help behind the scenes ensuring that we always had the competitive advantage over our rivals. The continuity that we have in the team will be a massive help in our pursuit of podiums.
“My goal for this season is to be consistently fighting for race wins and podiums. In the last two seasons we’ve run consistently inside the Top 5, 2021 will be about working to move to the next level and work on my driving to extract even more performance. We do also need to ensure we recognise our strengths and that has been the consistency, so it will be important to manage the risk versus reward as well in what will be a super competitive season. I can’t wait for round one!”
Tune in to Fox Sports 506 or our BJR Facebook page this Wednesday night at 7:30pm AEDT to watch Downs in the RYCO 24•7 Racing Commodore turn up the virtual heat!
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