According to MSR team owner Matt Stone, the squad plans to continue the arrangement for next season having benefitted from the support this year.
“We have been very happy with that this year and we definitely have the intention to continue on with that,” Stone told Speedcafe.com.
“We have grown that alliance with them over the course of the year.
“I think one of the best parts about it is that Triple Eight have a similar alliance with Team 18 which means they are getting the benefit of having multiple cars all trying different things and coming back to them with information, to help the whole group move forward.
“It's a win-win for everyone.
“We had some really good qualifying pace early on.
“Coming from a single spring category in Super2 for the last few years maybe we were pretty quick to adapt to it in the main game format.
“I'd like to think that our feedback helped those guys and their development helps us.”
Next year the alliance could prove even more fruitful as MSR moves to a two car operation with a pair of ZB Commodores.
Former Kelly Racing driver Garry Jacobson is tipped to take over the #35 entry driven by Hazelwood, while the second seat is thought to be split over two drivers, with Kurt Kostecki and Zane Goddard linked to the drive.
MSR is currently in the process of securing its second Holden that will be underpinned by a Racing Entitlements Contract purchased from Garry Rogers Motorsport.
“We have a few different options there whether we purchased a car off Triple Eight, or a Triple Eight car that is already in the mix or convert the Super2 car that Ash Walsh drove,” Stone added.
“I'm pretty close in deciding which way we are going.”
Announcements regarding the team's 2020 driver line-up are expected in the coming days.