MEDIA RELEASE/TCR Australia - Photo: Velocity Magazine Privateer Volkswagen Golf GTI driver Lachlan Mineeff will…
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Lachlan Mineeff has revealed the look of his Volkswagen Golf GTI ahead of his debut in the Supercheap Auto TCR Australia Series at Phillip Island this weekend.
The 18-year-old will compete at the Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships event with a distinctive white, red and blue look, featuring major support from Truck Dealers Australia, AutoInstruct and VAGParts Australia.
Also joining Mineeff’s touring car debut will be support from National Truck Wholesalers, Southern Star Truck Centre, Solo-Werks and Austral Industries.
Despite having never driven the car, Mineeff is excited fr Phillip Island and grateful for the support of the partners who have made his dream possible.
“I’m super excited to be able to announce a new group of partners onto our campaign for the Phillip Island TCR Australia round,” he said.
“Without having even hit the circuit, all of the sponsors have said that TCR is a great platform to work with, and we are super excited to welcome them all onboard.”
Truck Dealers Australia is Australia’s Fastest Growing Truck, Trailer and Heavy Vehicle Listing Website. Specialising in truck sales, trailer sales and sales of all heavy equipment.
AutoInstruct Services Australia with the latest aftermarket products for your vehicle. Specialising in products for European and Japanese Vehicles, locally stocked in Australia. AutoInstruct also have a range of free to access Automotive Tutorials, which feature clear step-by-step imagery, with detailed specifications and notes for a range of Japanese and European Vehicles.
VAGParts is a specialist supplier of genuine and aftermarket parts for Volkswagens and Audis and will adorn space on the bonnet of the VW Golf.
Held as part of the Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships, two TCR sessions will be run on Friday, followed by qualifying and Race 1 on Saturday and two more races on Sunday.
All of Saturday and Sunday’s action will be broadcast live and free on the screens of Seven in Australia, Sky Sports in New Zealand and motorsport.tv around the world.
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