Erebus Motorsport has today confirmed its naming rights partnership with Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP), committing to a new agreement that will run through until the end of 2024.

The new deal sees both team’s entries run under the Coca-Cola Racing by Erebus banner from next season.

The global drinks company has been the team’s official beverage partner since 2019, and the expanded agreement marks the first time since 1996 that Coca-Cola have taken full naming rights across two cars.

Erebus Managing Director, Shannen Kiely, said:

“We are so excited to welcome Coca-Cola as our naming rights partner next year. We have enjoyed a close partnership with CCEP for a number of years and we are looking forward to this next chapter as we move into an exciting time in the sport. We can’t wait to see two red Camaro’s on track next season.”

The extended partnership builds on CCEP’s long-established relationship with Supercars, providing valuable opportunities to showcase the breadth of its beverage portfolio at its events throughout the year.

Coca-Cola’s Vice President Sales Away from Home Felicity Needham said:

“CCEP’s relationship with Supercars and Australian motorsport goes back 50 years and we’re very excited about our new chapter with Erebus Racing.  Supercars continues to have a strong reach nationwide with a highly engaged fan base. We can’t wait for the season to get underway.”

Coca-Cola Racing by Erebus will unveil their brand-new war paint next season before they hit the track for the first time in February.

The 2023 Supercars Championship will then commence with the Newcastle 500 from10-12 March, 2023.