14 FEB 2020
X Convenience and Mobil launch Supercar season
X-Convenience and Mobil are ready to begin the Supercars season on a high when they line up as BJR naming sponsors for the opening round at the Superloop Adelaide 500.
A 100% family owned business, X-Convenience is embarking on its 20th year of service - growing from driveway attendants to a renowned South Australian success story with more than 20 sites across SA. Rachel Stewart, State Manager for X-Convenience believes in the value of their partnership with Brad Jones Racing.
"We rely on motorists to support our business and we wanted to show our support for the biggest event in South Australia, which coincidently is a motorsport event" said Stewart.
With X-Convenience and Mobil behind him, Nick Percat is confident heading into the first round in his hometown of Adelaide, "I'm really excited to get to Adelaide. I have such good memories of the Superloop Adelaide 500. I grew up watching on the fence dreaming of racing at the event, now that dream has become a reality. I'm fortunate enough to have won the event and be the first and only South Aussie to do so.
"Having X-Convenience and Mobil on my car is awesome. To have the support from a South Australian business is perfect and the Mobil colours across the side look awesome." Percat said.
Mobil has a long and successful history with Motorsport and has been involved in some of the sport's greatest victories and iconic moments. The company is thrilled to collaborate with X-Convenience and Brad Jones Racing for the season opener at Adelaide.
Stewart highlighted the success of their previous alliance. "X-Convenience continues to grow in conjunction with Mobil. Collectively we are increasing our reach in South Australia. Brad Jones Racing, Nick Percat and the Superloop Adelaide 500 offer great exposure for X-Convenience".
The X-Convenience Mobil Racing Supercar will head to Tailem Bend for the official Supercars test before hitting the street circuit at the Superloop Adelaide 500 to kick off the year. The striking white, blue and red with a black and yellow bonnet will light up the streets of Adelaide.
X-Convenience and Mobil have taken naming rights for both rounds in South Australia and will release information on several promotions and activations following the Superloop Adelaide 500.
"Our customers will be given the chance to win "money can't buy experiences", that will leave a lasting impression of their time at the Superloop Adelaide 500. On offer will include, pit tours, passenger hot laps, merchandise plus tickets. All of these promotions are in conjunction with Brad Jones Racing" concluded Stewart.