Ahead of its maiden appearance at the Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix this month, the Australian S5000 Championship has secured a new naming rights partner in Very High Temperature (VHT).
Reigning Bathurst 1000 champion Alex Premat has confirmed his place in S5000 Australia’s Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2020 event.
Kiwi rising star Taylor Cockerton will this weekend join the likes of former Formula 1 veteran Rubens Barrichello and international star Matthew Brabham in the debut S5000 Australia round.
South Australian based Team BRM will give Alex Davison his official debut start in a wings and slicks open wheel car next weekend in the first-ever S5000 Australia meeting at the Shannons Nationals.
Another driver has confirmed his participation in the inaugural Australian S5000 event this month.
Sydney squad AGI Sport has confirmed its first S5000 Series driver, with current carsales TCR Australia Series racer John Martin to also join the open-wheeler field at Sandown this September.
Fans will be able to get even more Shannons Nationals on their TVs, with extra coverage on free-to-air broadcaster SBS for the remaining two rounds of the year.
Melbourne driver Michael Gibson has added his name to the list of S5000 drivers slated for the Series’ debut at Sandown this month.
Young gun Will Brown will add yet another premier racing category to his growing resume, joining ex-Formula 1 ace Rubens Barrichello as a confirmed starter in the S5000 Series.
The storied history of the Brabham family and motor sport will add yet another chapter to its history book at the upcoming Shannons Nationals at Sandown.