Matt Stone Racing and Supaglass Industries have today announced a continuation of their partnership for a further two years.
Supaglass, based in Canberra, joined the MSR family of partners at the start of this year as the official bonnet sponsor of the team.
That will continue through the 2024 Supercars Championship and into 2025, with Supaglass to remain featured on the bonnet and rear-quarter panel of MSR’s Gen3 Chevrolet Camaro.
The renewal of the partnership was announced at a special event this afternoon at Supaglass Industries’ headquarters in Beard, ACT.
MSR Team Owner, Matt Stone, was joined at the function by Cameron Hill, Driver of Car #35.
Director of Supaglass, Steve Bates, and General Manager, Rob Bolitho were also in attendance.
“It’s great to have Supaglass Industries signed on as a partner of MSR for a further two seasons,” said Matt Stone.
“The announcement of this renewal comes at a very exciting time, as we continue building towards the 2024 Supercars Championship.
“It’s even more fitting to reveal the big news together with the Supaglass family at their Canberra facility.
“We look forward to seeing Supaglass continue to feature on the MSR Camaro moving forward, and strengthening our partnership with a company that is equally as passionate about motorsport.”
“Supaglass are really excited to be continuing our partnership with MSR in the upcoming 2024-2025 Supercar seasons,” said Rob Bolitho, GM Supaglass Industries.
“The traction we have had from our current sponsorship has been amazing.
“We have been behind Cameron for many years now and know he is on an upward trajectory in this sport, so along with MSR and the rest of the team we are so excited to see what the future holds for us all.”
It comes ahead of what is shaping up to be an exciting 2024 season, with Hill to be joined by new team-mate Nick Percat in the sister Camaro.
One more round remains for the current Supercars season, with the Vailo Adelaide 500 set to close out the year from November 23-26.
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