VERTO has today announced a new partnership with Team Triton Racing as they expand into two new categories in 2022.
The partnership will see VERTO become a major sponsor of Cameron Crick in the Dunlop Super 2 Series, Elliot Barbour in the Australian TransAm Series and Craig Dontas in the Haltech SuperUtes category. It strengthens a relationship that began in 2021.
Alongside a range of sponsorship activities, VERTO will offer access to money-can’t-buy experiences, including the chance for several lucky VERTO apprentices to work in the Team Triton Racing garage at key events in Sydney and Bathurst.
“We thoroughly enjoyed being part of Craig’s team last year, and we are looking forward to working with the wider Triton Racing team in 2022 as they embark on an exciting expansion,” VERTO Chief Executive Ron Maxwell said.
“AT VERTO, we pride ourselves on providing life-changing training and employment opportunities to our clients.
“Being able to have some of our apprentices actually work in the pits during two of the biggest racing events on the Australian racing calendar is an example of the life-changing opportunities we can provide.”
For Team Triton Racing, the partnership with VERTO is a perfect match.
“It’s fantastic to have the support of an organisation like VERTO. Working with a major sponsor that helps Australians, young and old, from all walks of life, into education and employment aligns with our team’s core values,” Mr Dontas said.
“The team enjoyed a very successful 2021 season, and we can’t wait to build on that success and bring VERTO along for the ride.”
The 2022 Dunlop Super 2 Series kicked off in Sydney on March 4-6, with the SuperUtes to begin late March.