After being a minor sponsor in previous years, Supa F Series Spares has upped the ante for the upcoming 2022-23 season in 410 Sprintcars by jumping on board with youngster Jordyn Charge as his family-owned team’s naming rights sponsor.
The 22-year-old racer from Melbourne, Victoria is all set to go and will be contesting his seventh full season in 410 Sprintcars, along with running selected 360 Sprintcar race meetings, and is planning to contest the entire SRA Sprintcar Series, along with the Grand Annual Classic, the Victorian Title and the Easter Trail, and increased support from Supa F Series Spares is a major boost.
“The guys from Supa F Series Spares have been supporters of our family team for a few seasons now and I’m really pleased that they are coming back on board for this season in an even bigger way,” enthused Charge.
“Supa F Series Spares is your one-stop shop when it comes to American 4×4 pickups, and their business certainly appeals to the speedway demographic.”
Charge is really pleased with how his Vic # 60 Supa F Series Spares-backed Triple X looks and the goal for the season ahead is to be a consistent front-running contender.
“The team and I are really pleased with how the new colour scheme has turned out, especially with Supa F Series Spares increasing their sponsorship support, so we wanted to dedicate our entire colour scheme to them,” he explained.
“Compared to previous seasons, this season’s colour scheme is a totally different one, and it certainly showcases Supa F Series Spares in the best of light and we hope to play a part in creating more exposure for them as a business.”
Charge’s 2022-23 season campaign gets underway on December 3 at Wangaratta City Speedway for the opening round of the Eureka Garages and Sheds Sprintcar Series.
Supa F Series Spares is one of Australia’s largest distributors of automotive products and accessories for American 4×4 pickups, such as Ford F Series, Dodge RAM, Chev and GMC brands.