Supercars ties up four partnerships for 2023

Panasonic, Schick and Repco Authorised Service all sign partnerships, while Boost Mobile extends existing deal.

The Supercars Championship has signed sponsorship deals with Panasonic, Schick and Repco Authorised Service, as well as extending its existing deal with Boost Mobile.


  • Schick joins as male grooming partner
  • Panasonic on board as air conditioning partner
  • Repco Authorised Service becomes car service partner
  • Boost Mobile signs two-year extension to its existing deal as title partner of the Gold Coast 500

Context: With Repco as the title partner of the Supercars Championship until at least 2028, Repco Authorised Service expands this partnership to increase support from local mechanics. The contracts with Schick and Boost Mobile are both two-year deals, with Schick also receiving the naming rights to Supercars' official podcast. In addition to its partnership position, Panasonic will be the presenting partner for the starting grid.

Comment: Shane Howard, Supercars chief executive, said: “Boost Mobile's partnership with Supercars has been a long-standing one, and it is exciting to see this partnership continue for the next two years. The Boost Mobile Gold Coast 500 brought in a record crowd of over 200,000 fans in 2022 and we are very pleased that Boost Mobile will continue its naming rights support of this event over coming years.”

Coming next: The 2023 Supercars season began last weekend at the Newcastle Street Circuit, with Albert Park hosting the second round from 30th March to 2nd April.

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