Haltech has signed on to become the naming rights partner of the Haltech V8 SuperUte Series for the 2021 season. Already the official engine management and body control supplier for V8 SuperUte’s, today’s announcement reconfirms Haltech’s commitment to motorsport across Australia, and strengthens the partnership between the V8 SuperUte Series and Haltech.

Haltech has been an important part of the Australian automotive landscape since 1986, when they were the first company ever to develop a real time computer-programmable engine management system. The company has remained a world leader in that technology in the subsequent years.

“It is wonderful to be able to announce this partnership in our 35th year,” said Mark Bevan, Haltech CEO. 

“While collaborating closely with the V8 SuperUte family to develop the series control Haltech NEXUS R5 package, we’ve come to see how they truly strive for the betterment of the sport and care about giving race fans a superior level of sports entertainment.”

“It’s a passion that we at Haltech all share. We are really proud to have the opportunity to work even more closely with V8 SuperUte teams, drivers, and support crews to bring the series to race fans around Australia and abroad.”

Manager of the V8 SuperUte Series, Luke Sieders, commented:

“We are all ecstatic that Haltech has agreed to take the next step from series supplier to being the series naming rights partner.”

“It is only fitting when you look at the already strong partnership we’ve forged while developing the new V8 SuperUte platform together. And we can’t wait so show everyone just how good that new platform is at the first round at Tailem Bend next month.”


Round 1OTR SuperSprint7 – 9 MAY
Round 2Winton SuperSprintTBC
Round 3Sydney SuperNight20 – 22 AUGUST
Round 4Perth SuperNight11 – 12 SEPTEMBER
Round 5Repco Bathurst 10007 – 10 OCTOBER

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