S-Trend to dress Shannons SpeedSeries hosts

Friday 15 March, 2024
Greg Rust wearing the new S-Trend apparel ahead of AWC Race Tasmania.
The Shannons SpeedSeries broadcast talent will receive a fresh new look for the 2024 season with new apparel partner S-Trend on board.
Already involved with motorsport via its official apparel and merchandise partnership with Motorsport Australia, the industry leading sportswear company will provide uniforms to the hosts for the Seven Network broadcast.
The Shannons SpeedSeries broadcast talent, which is made up of regulars Greg Rust, Richard Craill, Chris Stubbs and Matt Naulty, as well as new recruits Sarah Burt and Cameron van den Dungen, will be decked out in S-Trend gear for the season.  
S-Trend Managing Director Douglas Tsoi was looking forward to seeing the broadcast team showcasing their product.

“We have thoroughly enjoyed our time working with Motorsport Australia since signing up with them four years ago, and we’re looking forward to adding a new element to our partnership,” Tsoi said.
“It will be great seeing these very talented and engaging six individuals in their S-Trend gear on the Seven network.”
Motorsport Australia CEO Sunil Vohra was pleased to have S-Trend extend its support out to the Shannons SpeedSeries.  
“We already have a strong existing relationship with S-Trend, so it’s fantastic to expand the partnership into the Shannons SpeedSeries for the 2024 season,” Vohra said.
“We are grateful to Douglas and the team at S-Trend for their continued support of Motorsport Australia and look forward to working with them further this year.
“I have no doubt the Shannons SpeedSeries talent will look exceptional at every round in their new S-Trend apparel.”  
The Shannons SpeedSeries resumes this month with AWC Race Tasmania at Symmons Plains on 15-17 March. 
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