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Yellow Cover joins forces with Matt Stone Racing for 2020

NTI, Australia’s transport and logistics specialist, have joined Matt Stone Racing as naming rights partner with their Yellow Cover brand aboard the teams lead 35 car driven by Garry Jacobson for the 2020 Supercars season.

As a specialist in mobile plant and equipment, Yellow Cover have joined other industry leaders such as Kubota and Genie in support of the rise and expansion of Matt Stone Racing as the team makes the step up to a two car operation this year.

With Matt Stone Racing driver Garry Jacobson coming from his family transport company in regional Victoria and team partners Yellow Cover and Kubota specialising in agricultural machinery and heavy equipment, this combination is undoubtedly a perfect fit.

All parties have a passion for representing and empowering the regional areas of Australia and are extremely proud to be working with the best of corporate Australia to deliver this exciting new team into the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.

“It is fantastic to have the support of Yellow Cover and Kubota for the duration of the race calendar. Yellow Cover is all about living and breathing the industry they serve whilst leading the way, this is something that resonates with me and I am really looking forward to assisting them in achieving their objectives,” said Garry Jacobson.

“NTI and Yellow Cover are thrilled to be hitting the track with Matt Stone Racing as a team partner alongside Kubota for the 2020 Supercars championship. It’s great to see two industry leaders come together to partner and support the Matt Stone Racing team.

“As Australia’s leading mobile plant and equipment insurance specialists we look forward to connecting with our broking partners and OEMs through this sponsorship to better understand their businesses. We can’t wait to see where 2020 takes us,” said Tony Clark, NTI CEO.  

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