Erebus Motorsport have welcomed Dayco on board Brodie Kostecki and David Russell’s Bathurst 1000 entry ahead of this week’s event.
The #99 Commodore will see Dayco signage featured on the headlights after being a long-time partner of Kostecki’s co-driver, Russell.
Dayco is a global leader in the research, design, manufacture and distribution of engine drive systems and aftermarket services for automotive, truck, construction, agriculture and industrial applications.
Dayco Asia Pacific Vice President and Managing Director, Arnold Mouw is looking forward to seeing the pair compete at Mt Panorama particularly given the team’s recent form.
“Once David Russell was confirmed as the team’s co-driver, we followed Brodie Kostecki’s exciting progress and we look very forward to them racing together,” Mouw said.
“The combination of Dave’s experience and Kostecki’s talent has the potential to make this duo a very strong combination at Bathurst.
“All of us at Dayco both here and overseas are delighted to be a part of their 2021 Bathurst challenge.”
Erebus Managing Director Shannen Kiely is pleased to welcome Dayco for the conclusion of the 2021 Supercars season.
“Dayco has been a long-time supporter of Dave’s and it is fantastic to see them jump onboard with the team for the biggest race of the year,” Kiely said.
“Dayco are global leaders in their industry and our partnership represents an opportunity to showcase the premier automotive product brand.
“It’s an absolute pleasure to work with people that really understand what we do and successful partnerships like this one play an important role in our team to move forward.”
On-track actions kicks off tomorrow, with practice from 10:00am local time.