Erebus Motorsport has reignited their relationship with Supa Centa Moore Park ahead of this weekend’s Darwin Triple Crown.

With over 45 leading homemaker stores, Supa Centa Moore Park has set industry benchmarks for over two decades.

The iconic home and lifestyle retailer kicked off its partnership with the Melbourne based squad in 2016, and has returned for the back half of 2018.

The deal will see their branding across Anton De Pasquale’s Holden for the remainder of this season and 2019.

“For them, getting into motorsport was a big leap away from the business’ normal focus,” Erebus Motorsport’s CEO, Barry Ryan, said.

“Supa Centa Moore Park had a taste of it back in 2016, and they’ve renewed their sponsorship after seeing the wide scope of customers that our platform can attract.

“The relationship not only showcases the centre, but also lifts Anton’s profile with a demographic that is different to our usual fan base.”

Practice kicks off at Hidden Valley at 12:00pm local time today, ahead of qualifying and Race 15 tomorrow.