News – AU – Second Boost entry will be added to the Supercars grid


The telecommunications company has already chosen James Courtney’s Tickford Racing entry, which will run under the Boost Mobile Racing banner

A second contract has now been signed with Erebus to support Kosteckis Holden for his rookie season, which is known as Erebus Boost Mobile Racing

It’s the second time Kostecki wears the Boost branding after the company supported him and cousin Jake’s wildcard entry at the Bathurst 1000 in 2019

“We have been a long-time supporter of Brodie and when the opportunity arose to work with Erebus and Brodie we got down to it,” said Peter Adderton, Founder of Boost Mobile

“Standing behind young talent has been a key to Boost’s success, and I’ve always said that if Supercars fans support Boost Mobile, we’ll invest in the sport again

“We have seen tremendous support for our brand from many fans, which enables us to support young riders like Brodie”

“Not just adding Boost Mobile to our team, but becoming an important partner is fantastic for everyone involved,” he said

“Boost Mobile is a fantastic company that not only offers great service, but they have a real passion for what they do and connect with the youth market

“Having Boost Mobile on board shows the strength and direction the team is moving in and we are more than confident that Brodie can have the Boost Mobile Commodore near the top of the field”

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