Leading internet services provider Superloop has signed on as an official partner of the Shell V-Power Racing Team for the 2022 Repco Supercars Championship. Superloop is already known to Supercars supporters having previously had the naming rights to the Adelaide 500 event. 

After an outstanding 2021 season, the Shell V-Power Racing Team will again be a force in 2022. The No.11 and No.17 Shell V-Power Fords will continue to be driven by the highly experienced duo of Anton De Pasquale and Will Davison.

The partnership is a win for both fans and commercial partners of the Shell V-Power Racing Team, who will receive discounted broadband and NBN services as part of the partnership. For more information on dedicated Team offers and the chance to go into the draw to win a signed driver suit, follow this link 

Superloop CEO, Paul Tyler, is excited to join the Shell V-Power Racing Team stable, “Superloop not only understands the importance of speed, but also how performance under the hood makes all the difference. Most people won’t see this attention to detail, but the results are undeniable. Like the Shell V-Power Racing Team, Superloop sweats those unseen details so we can deliver the high-speed, high-performance internet our customers deserve,” says Tyler.

Dick Johnson Racing (DJR) Co-owner Ryan Story said he was excited by the new partnership with such an innovative company and looked forward to growing together in the future. 

“Winning isn’t simply about being fast on the racetrack, it’s about being fast off it as well. And with blistering speeds, super-fast internet has helped us win races and championships and we are proud to partner our friends at Superloop. We have been a Superloop customer at our Stapylton Headquarters for many years now and I’ve personally been a customer at home for many years as well,” says Story.  

About Superloop
Superloop (ASX:SLC) is an independent provider of connectivity services. The company designs, constructs and operates networks throughout the Asia-Pacific metropolitan region. 

The company owns and operates carrier-grade metropolitan fibre networks in Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong, connecting key data centres and bandwidth-intensive commercial buildings. These extensive carrier-grade, metro fibre networks deliver high-performance, connectivity solutions to wholesale and end-user customers that are scalable and reliable.

In addition to its own fibre network, Superloop is connected to all NBN Points Of Interconnect across Australia and operates its own nationwide fixed wireless network that collectively delivers high performance connectivity solutions to businesses and homes underpinning the region’s digital economy.

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