Our RYCO 24•7 Hydraulic Repair Services Near Blackwater Keep Your Equipment Operating!

Our RYCO 24•7 Hydraulic Repair Services Near Blackwater Keep Your Equipment Operating!

Are you looking for hydraulic repair services near Blackwater, Central Queensland? If so, our RYCO 24•7 Owned and Operated Blackwater branch now runs a brand-new fleet of Hino trucks as part of the emergency breakdown services throughout Central Queensland. In addition, our trucks not only provide mobile hydraulic hose breakdown service but carry a range of stock including hydraulic hose fittings such as adapters, couplings, hose assemblies, and workshop tools.

Why should you call our RYCO 24•7 Blackwater Owned & Operated branch today?

Our extensive network of trained and certified Mobile Connector Specialists (MCS) supported by fully stocked Service Centres offer quick response time to reduce machine downtime no matter what the industry or application.

Our trained and highly experienced MCS’ and Hose Technicians are dealing with and identifying maintenance jobs at every job site they visit.

They not only provide technical advice to Site Supervisors providing quality detailed recommendations but offer reliable and quality RYCO products and equipment to handle even the toughest of environments.

What’s more? We support and maintain resource and enterprise contracts through value-add support and service. We often find digger machinery and equipment with routing issues. In situations like this, the team at RYCO 24•7 Blackwater not only identifies the issue for our clients but re-routes the hydraulic hose assembly and provides a plan for future maintenance.

To wrap up, from hydraulic hose & fittings supply, mobile breakdown hose service, 24-hour emergency breakdown repairs, and right through to hose assembly replacement – RYCO 24•7 Blackwater is your one-stop workshop on-site hose connectors all in one go!

RYCO 24•7 Blackwater Contact Details:
Service Centre & Mobile Service
Website: https://www.ryco247.com/locations/australia/blackwater
Address: 6 Jarrah Street, Blackwater, 4717, Queensland, Australia
Phone: 133•24•7

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Productive Roller Coaster For RYCO 24•7 Team Triton During V8 Superutes Racing In Round 2 Perth

Productive Roller Coaster For RYCO 24•7 Team Triton During V8 Superutes Racing In Round 2 Perth

Let us unveil results for our RYCO 24•7 Team Triton during V8 SuperUtes Round 2 in Perth!

Our eager race car driver, Crag Dontas, commented, “Glad we could finally get back to Western Australia and show off our V8 SuperUtes in Round 2 during Perth Super Night”!

The weekend was also marked by record crowds and positive sentiments. Our RYCO 24•7 Team Triton had a roller coaster ride over the weekend, but overall, the team gained valuable experience for the championship.

In brief, following an incident in Race #2 that left us out of contention for a win, we made up ten places in Race 3 and were fighting for the podium in the final but unfortunately, received a helping hand from the GRR (Grit Rotor Resistance) circuit. We gathered it up and pressed on!  No matter what, we all learned a ton and had a blast. As Robert T. Kiyosaki quoted:” Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn”!

Discover V8 SuperUtes Round 2 in Perth championship details in action by viewing our vivid image gallery below:

As Dontas continued, “We will regroup, make the car look great, and then head to Winton in a few weeks!”

Dontas also summed up, “It’s wonderful to be back with the crowds at the event, we thank our sponsors like RYCO 24•7 for the support, we love what we do”.

Let’s get cracking! Gear up for Round 3 at Winton SuperSprint, 21st – 22nd of May 2022.

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Showcasing RYCO 24•7 At Queensland Mining & Engineering Exhibition (QME) In July

Showcasing RYCO 24•7 At Queensland Mining & Engineering Exhibition (QME) In July

QME by Numbers
Dates: 19th – 21st July
Duration: 3 Day Event
Booth Number: OS110
Location: Mackay Showgrounds
Exhibitors: 250
Expected Visitors: 5,000+

RYCO at QME

RYCO 24•7 Floorplan at QME (Booth OS110)

Visit RYCO 24•7 at Queensland Mining & Engineering Exhibition (QME). RYCO has increased its market coverage by establishing RYCO 24•7. RYCO 24•7 offers a comprehensive service of emergency breakdown, programmed maintenance, OEM support, installation, and aftermarket businesses.

Our professionally trained and dedicated teams are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week offering expert technical support for hydraulic and industrial systems.

Our extensive national network of trained and certified Mobile Connector Specialists (MCS) supported by fully stocked Service Centres offer quick response time to reduce machine downtime no matter what the industry or application. Rely on the team at RYCO 24•7 to be on hand; anywhere, anytime, to offer you professional assistance.

Why visit us at QME?

Queensland’s mining industry has weathered the last two years particularly well, and the scale of this year’s is a strong reflection of the industry’s buoyancy. As QME returns to Mackay Showgrounds from 19th – 21st of July, the industry’s innovation, excellence, and world-class capabilities are again on display.

With a packed roster of over 250 exhibitors, including Hastings Deering, Komatsu Australia, Mastermyne, Volvo Penta, ABB Australia, and Fulton Hogan, QME is certainly the largest event to be held in Mackay for several years.

Why Visit Our Stand

The RYCO 24•7 Network offers a comprehensive service of emergency breakdown support. Come along, have a coffee, and meet our dedicated RYCO 24•7 team.

What’s more? Check out the RYCO 24•7 Mitsubishi Triton along with our RYCO 24•7 Hino Trucks! The RYCO 24•7 Hino Trucks with purpose-built bodies and critical safety features will begin servicing the Central Queensland region. All trucks are fitted with GPS tracking and RYCO 24•7 Vehicle Management System (VMS), along with key safety features.

Brands We Represent

We will showcase the RYCO product range including quality hydraulic hoses, couplings, adaptors, filters and workshop equipment as well as accessories and lubricants.

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Peter Ward Demolishes The Field Winning RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes Championship

Peter Ward Demolishes The Field Winning RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes Championship

The RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes champion – Peter Ward entered the final round with a 44-point lead. However, Shane Dias and Brad Kroeff were great contenders, race by race, at Hampton Downs.

To start, Saturday’s qualifying race Brad Kroef upstaged the more experienced Dias by 0.17 seconds. But in Race #1 that afternoon, as the lights went out – Dias jumped out ahead of Brad Kroeff to lead by turn one, leaving Ward in 3rd place. For the first couple of laps, Brad Kroeff stuck to Dias’s rear bumper like a magnet. “He obviously had some pace,” Dias said in the post-race interviews, “then he dropped off, so then I just tried to look after my tyres.” Further back, Nick Ross leapt from last to 9th after the first lap, then was 5th just a couple of laps later. At the race end, the three title contenders crossed the line: Dias 1st, Brad Kroef 2nd, and Ward 3rd. The championship was still anyone’s race at this point!

With Race #2 on Sunday being a reverse grid format, anything could happen. As Brad Kroef said the day before, “with the top 10 reversed, there’s always a bit of carnage, so I’ll just try and keep out of that.” Paul Fougere started the raced on the front row, Brad Kroef and Dias were way back at 9th and 10th. But by the end of the first lap, Dias had propelled his Holden right up to 3rd place.

Upfront, Simon Ussher was more of a challenge, taking a further two laps for Dias to overtake him around the sweeper and lead the race. Further back, the Ward Demolition Holden was overheating, and its driver was getting hot under the collar trying to get past Ross in 2nd place. At the chequered flag, Ward clung onto 3rd, but Dias’ win saw him now just 28 points off the series lead.

Peter Ward NZ V8 Utes Champion 2022

Peter Ward’s RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes Championship

It would all come down to Race #3 on a damp track after rain earlier in the afternoon. But in the setting sun, another driver was about to shine! Getting the better of the slippery track, Ross sliced through the front runners to claim the lead, while Ward muscled his way around the outside of turn one to steal 2nd, leaving Brad Kroef and Dias leading the chase pack. As the laps unfolded, Dias threw everything he could at Ward – around the outside on some turns, ducking underneath on others. Common sense took a back seat as the front runners went hammer and tongs. On lap 6, Brad Kroef even ran wide into father Greg Kroef, then a lap later spun 180°, such was his commitment.

After the 10 laps were over, the day finished with a race win for Ross, a round win for Dias, but a championship wins for Ward.

As title hopeful Dias commented post-race, caution went out the window in that final season decider. “It was too much fun not to go for it.” The words of the champion echoed his sentiment. “That was cool fun. I knew I had to finish. So, I just talked to the old girl, to make sure she held together. “

After all, Peter ‘Chaos’ Ward takes out for the RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes 2021-2022 Championship series. For all the assistance he’s provided to all the other teams, over so many years, this RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes racing championship victory is a fitting reward. Thank you, Ward, for your competitive spirit, camaraderie, and commitment.

Series Championship Points Summary:

Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Round 4 Points Championship Points
1st Peter Ward – Holden 4th 3rd 2nd 85 400
2nd Shane Dias – Holden 1st 1st 3rd 97 368
3rd Brad Kroef – Ford 2nd 4th 6th 75 345
4th Greg Kroef – Ford 3rd 7th 4th 65 298
5th Simon Ussher – Ford 10th 6th 7th 56 263
6th Paul Fougere – Ford 7th 8th 8th 52 236
7th Bruce McRae – Holden 14th 12th 11th 42 212
8th Stu Monteith – Holden 8th 10th dnf 30 202
9th Shaggy Lowe – Ford 11th 9th 9th 53 201
10th Phil Ross – Holden 6th dnf 5th 40 155
11th Daniel Ludlam – Ford 13th 13th 12th 39 151
12th Nick Ross – Holden 5th 2nd 1st 90 148
13th Brent Main – Ford 12th 11th 10th 46 106
14th Alex Fougere – Holden 9th 5th dns 42 42

Content credit to LIVE Advertiser – Glenn Churches who shares with us news reports about the event!

Photography Credit: Dillon Photo NZ

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RYCO 24•7 Emerald Employee Spotlight: Dennice Winters – Our First Female Mobile Connector Specialist!

RYCO 24•7 Emerald Employee Spotlight: Dennice Winters – Our First Female Mobile Connector Specialist!

Profile RYCO 24•7 Emerald MCS Employee

Name: Dennice Winters

Department: Operations

Title: Mobile Connector Specialist (MCS)

Location:  RYCO 24•7 Emerald

Meet & Greet Dennice

This year marks a special occasion for the RYCO 24•7 Network — our first-ever female Mobile Connector Specialist (MCS), Dennice Winters has joined our RYCO 24•7 owned and operated branch in Emerald! Both RYCO and RYCO 24•7  are proud to support and foster employee diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). We welcome Dennice to the RYCO 24•7 Network and wish her all the best on this new adventure of hers.

In brief, Dennice grew up working on family-owned and run properties. This experience has shaped her as a person and shows in both her professional and home life. Dennice believes that her family is a big motivator outside of RYCO 24•7.

As with any new role, it takes experience and knowledge to become a successful professional. For Dennice, a new role as RYCO 24•7 MCS presents a challenge and much excitement!  As Dennice mentioned, “I wouldn’t classify anything as too challenging yet, there is a lot to learn and retain though”.

Dennice continued, “I am looking forward to gaining as much knowledge as I can from the experienced RYCO 24•7 staff. Currently, I am gaining on-the-job training by shadowing an experienced MCS on mining sites”.

We believe that becoming an MCS takes a lot of dedication, and commitment, which Dennice certainly has. RYCO 24•7 MCS’ offer a comprehensive emergency breakdown service to various market segments and our clients know that they can rely on our professionally trained and dedicated teams 24 days, 7 days a week.

Dennis Winters RYCO 247 Emerald

We would like to congratulate Dennice Winters for joining our RYCO 24•7 crew and taking a step toward this new career path!

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RYCO 24•7 and 82°C Hose & Fittings Join Forces

RYCO 24•7 and 82°C Hose & Fittings Join Forces

RYCO 24•7 and 82°C Hose & Fittings join forces to expand service and product offerings to New Zealand customers

RYCO Hydraulics Ltd has acquired the assets of 82°C Hose & Fittings in a transaction that will result in expanded service and product offerings for customers throughout New Zealand.

Following an eight-year period as RYCO 24•7 New Zealand franchisee – 82°C Hose & Fittings now becomes fully integrated with the RYCO organisation which will enable the combined business to develop and introduce new levels of service in the New Zealand market.

82°C Hose & Fittings General Manager, David ‘Shaggy’ Lowe said, “this is the start of an exciting era for both RYCO and 82°C staff members, with growth and expansion plans already being discussed”.

“We look forward to continuing to service the customers and suppliers that we have worked with over the past 16 years and in the years to come. Given our strong association with RYCO, it was a logical step to integrate the businesses and fully capitalise on the strength of what RYCO can bring to the New Zealand market.”

RYCO CEO, Leigh Morrison, welcomed the 82°C team to the RYCO organisation and said the transaction is an exciting development for the business. “We are focused on expanding the reach of RYCO 24•7 New Zealand, which currently has 18 service points throughout New Zealand within both the North and South Island providing breakdown service 24 hours, 7 days a week. We can now leverage the strength of both entities to ensure we provide total coverage and even higher standards of service.”

RYCO 24•7 New Zealand branches will now extend from one to three locations:

Auckland Pukekohe Hamilton
4 Autumn Place, Penrose 50 John Street, Pukekohe 12 Northway Street, Hamilton
P: 0800 842 872 P: 09 238 4940 P: 07 849 7424
E: sales@RYCO247.co.nz E: sales@82C.co.nz E: sales@82C.co.nz

We are excited about these developments and the opportunity we have to continue to grow our market share together. We very much appreciate your ongoing support. Let’s make it happen together.

Should you have any questions on these developments, please contact your RYCO 24•7 or 82°C Hose & Fittings representative.

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RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes Taupo: Shane Dias Wins & Peter Ward Is Still In The Lead

RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes Taupo: Shane Dias Wins & Peter Ward Is Still In The Lead

Ready for the new results for RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes Championship in Taupo, Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park – Round 3?

In brief, the Taupo round of the RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes racing series was one of mixed fortunes! In the end, Shane Dias won the round with two race wins, yet for other competitors, it was a weekend of panel beating and head-scratching. With two more races on the weekend of 26th – 28th of March in Taupo, it was still a 4-horse race between Peter Ward, Shane Dias, father and son duo – Brad, and Greg Kroef.

Unleashing the results for RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes Championship – Round 3

Dias started Sunday’s reverse grid Race Two in fast forward. After starting at the back, Dias worked his way up to lead by lap three with championship hopeful Brad Kroef chasing hard.

Further back in the midfield, however, the drama was unfolding. As Simon Ussher approached the back straight on lap 3, he locked up and ran wide into Stu Monteith’s Holden. Sensing carnage ahead, Phil Ross braked, locked up, nudged Brad Kroef, then hit Monteith… hard. Out came the safety car and in went a bruised and battered Ross into the pits.

Despite the mayhem, Brad Kroef recovered to ultimately win Race Two as gear linkage issues relegated Dias to 2nd just ahead of Greg Kroef and championship leader Ward in 4th.

With the title race closing, Race Three in the afternoon was destined to be a heated affair. Dias and Brad Kroef were in the front row. When the lights went out it was a drag race to turn one. Brad Kroef prevailed. Dias piled on the pressure and managed to get around Brad Kroef on the back straight. From there, his race was in the bag!

Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park

RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes Round 3

RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes Round 3

Yet, as Dias kept extending his lead, the battle between the two Kroefs and Ward was less predictable. Brad Kroef was holding onto second, but father Greg was trying to get around the highly experienced Ward in third. Trying perhaps a little too hard – Greg Kroef braked late and ran off into the kitty litter at the start of lap 7 and Ward left him for dust.

That’s how the positions of the championship contenders remained at the chequered flag. So as Dias celebrated his 27th birthday that weekend, two race wins and a second place gave him something more to celebrate, helping close the gap to championship leader Ward.

So as the points battle in Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park tightens, it sets up a nail-biting final round for the RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes final round at Hampton Downs in 4 weeks.

SERIES POINTS AFTER ROUND 3:

Place Driver Car Total Points
1st Peter Ward Holden 315 points
2nd Shane Dias Holden 271 points
3rd Brad Kroef Ford 270 points
4th Greg Kroef Ford 233 points
5th Simon Ussher Ford 207 points
6th Paul Fougere Holden 184 points
7th Stu Monteith Holden 172 points
8th Bruce McRae Holden 170 points
9th David Lowe Holden 148 points
10th Phil Ross Holden 115 points
11th Daniel Ludlam Ford 112 points
12th Brent Martin Holden 60 points
13th Nick Ross Holden 58 points

Gear up for Round 4 at Hampton Downs Motorsport Park from 22nd –24th April 2022!

Content credit to LIVE Advertiser – Glenn Churches who shares with us news reports about the event!

Photography Credit: Dillon Photo NZ

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RYCO 24•7 X Team Triton Racing Had A Blast at V8 Superutes Round 1

RYCO 24•7 X Team Triton Racing Had A Blast at V8 Superutes Round 1

What a great start to Round 1 at the NED Whisky Tasmania SuperSprint held at Symmons Plains Raceway, for RYCO 24•7 Team Triton from 26th – 27th of March!

RYCO 24•7 race car driver, Craig Dontas delivered great news stating, “it was a dream return to racing, winning Race 1, coming through to take 3rd in the reverse grid race, and then 2nd within Race 3!”

The RYCO 24•7 V8 SuperUtes was a blast with the category also putting on a great show”, Craig continued.

Team Triton Racing Craig Dontas

Team Triton Racing Craig Dontas

Team Triton Racing Craig Dontas

The major insights for RYCO 24•7 V8 SuperUtes during Round 1:

When the event started, the RYCO 24•7 Team Triton became successfully qualified in 3rd position and it was a great kick-off! As Craig mentioned, “it was a super cool weekend of racing down in Tassie”.

Craig continued, “In Race 4 we got the jump and took the lead, but unfortunately, there was a hefty crash which brought out the red flag so the race was called short, and he felt we were on for the win which would have secured the round win. But on countback, we got 2nd for the round, and we now leave Tassie a close second in the championship!”.

“Whilst being a little nervous after a fair time out of the seat, I was super happy and proud of the result the coverage, and all the positive sentiment,” concluded Craig.

We are looking forward to Round 2 of the V8 SuperUtes in Perth for the Bunnings Trade SuperNight event from 30th April – to the 1st of May. Stay tuned for more brilliant results to come!

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Peter Ward Takes Out First Two Round Wins in RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes Racing Series

Peter Ward Takes Out First Two Round Wins in RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes Racing Series

Round 2 – was the event where the class of Peter Ward shone through with yet another win in the RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes racing series!

It started off with a qualifying round on the 4th of March, where Shane Dias claimed a hard win in Round 2 of the RYCO 24•7 V8 Utes racing championship at Pukekohe. In the end, Dias came 3rd overall for this round. Glenn Church, our Live Advertising Guru, added, “The RYCO 24•7 Ute of David ‘Shaggy’ Lowe – himself a RYCO 24•7 operator in Pukekohe scored a well-earned podium through some clever driving”. So, whilst Ward was the winner of Round 2, a few other drivers found their mojo!

Are you ready to discover the details of Round 2 of RYCO 24•7 NZ V8 Utes in Pukekohe?

Peter Ward NZ V8 Utes Racing

To start, in Race #1, Dias was on the pole. But it all unravelled on the formation lap as the axle he’d installed overnight broke, and he limped back to the pits and out of the points. Nick Ross – driving Cousin Phil’s Holden Ute for the first time in the series – was in 2nd place, while Brad Kroef was showing ability well above his years in 3rd place.

Then on lap 6, Ross’ Holden suffered a front suspension failure, allowing Brad Kroef to move up to 2nd while Shaggy’ assumed 3rd.  And that’s how positions remained at the finish line, giving Shaggy his first-ever podium.

During Race #2, Dias started last, Ross first. But by the second lap, Dias had overtaken most of the field and stormed to 2nd, with Shaggy clinging onto 3rd position. That was, until Ward, who’d started well back, started making his move.

Peter Ward NZ V8 Utes Racing

By lap 4, Ward had snatched 3rd from Shaggy, while up ahead Dias overtook Ross for the lead. Next, it was Greg Kroef who got around Shaggy coming into the main straight, son Brad Kroef was next. Meanwhile, Dias was all alone up front but posting a 1.16.854 fastest lap showed he wasn’t feeling complacent. Dias continued to reel off clean, quick laps on his way to the chequered flag.

After starting from 7th, it took just a couple of laps for Dias to slice through the midfield and pass Brad Kroef for 2nd place, leaving Ward next on his radar.  Yet despite lapping solidly up to a half a second per lap quicker, Dias couldn’t get close enough to the experienced Ward.

So, for Race #3, Ward took the win, Dias was 2nd and Ross claimed a well-deserved 3rd.

In the post-race interview, Ward admitted to Dias how he was feeling the pressure. “Seeing you in my rear-view mirror going sideways, I thought I’d better get myself together.” Get it together he did for a commanding Round 2 win in the RYCO 24•7 V8 Utes racing championship!

SERIES POINTS AFTER ROUND 2:

Place Driver Car Total Points
1st Peter Ward Holden 229 points
2nd Brad Kroef Ford 184 points
3rd Shane Dias Holden 170 points
4th Greg Kroef Ford 155 points
5th David Lowe Holden 148 points
6th Simon Ussher Ford 141 points
7th Stu Monteith Holden 137 points
8th Paul Fougere Holden 128 points
9th Bruce McRae Holden 119 points
10th Daniel Ludlam Ford 112 points
11th Phil Ross Holden 96 points
12th Nick Ross Holden 58 points

Gear up for Round 3 at Taupo: 25th – 27th March 2022!

Content credit to LIVE Advertiser – Glenn Churches who shares with us news reports about the event!

Photography Credit: Dillon Photo NZ

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Super Return For RYCO 24•7 Racing & Craig Dontas

Super Return For RYCO 24•7 Racing & Craig Dontas

Some familiar names will return to the grid as the 2022 Haltech V8 SuperUte Series return to the Supercars calendar.

2022 will see the second ramped up year for the all V8 dual cab series, a series that found its feet in a COVID-19 effective debut season.

A familiar couple of names will return to the grid, with RYCO 24•7 joining Utes veteran Craig Dontas as a major partner for their series campaign.

“I am happy to be back, albeit a year later. Last year was a challenge but super happy to actually make it happen in 2022. I had some super subs last year and it was great to see the category grow, and our drivers achieve success. I am in the hot seat now and really driven to do a great job for the team and partners, after being out of the seat for some time with all the covid situation. We have some fantastic support from RYCO 24•7, with all our great partners continuing, some returning from the past and some new ones, it’s a great feeling,” said Craig Dontas.

Dontas continued, “My aim is to get comfy, back up to speed and in time challenge the front runners, they have a bit of a head start with all the development of the platform, but what I have been told they are a great race car now. I can’t wait and am so happy to be back”.

Dontas will be a busy boy juggling his role as Head of Sales and Sponsorship for the Supercars Championship along with his driving commitments, but if the past is an indicator, he has done it well. We expect Craig to be back up the front and in contention as the season rolls on.

RYCO 24•7 will be joining the team for a second year as a part of a national growth and awareness strategy, RYCO Marketing Manager, Natasha Vella commented, “we are really happy to be continuing on with the V8 SuperUtes sponsorship, but more importantly we are looking forward to ‘making it happen’ with more involvement and engagement with our broader RYCO 24•7 network.”

The new season kicks off in Tasmania for the Ned Whiskey Tasmania SuperSprint March 26-27, the season will air across Network Seven and Fox Sports as a part of the Supercars telecast.

2022 will be a breakout year for the new series with more cars and teams joining in the grid.

Let’s go racing!

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