Hyundai to drive Shannons SpeedSeries in 2024

Hyundai will once again have a large presence at the Shannons SpeedSeries with the popular manufacturer to provide a collection of its high-performance vehicles in 2024.

Re-signing as the official Safety, Course and Event Car Partner of the Shannons SpeedSeries, Hyundai will provide Motorsport Australia with a fleet of their class leading vehicles.

This year will be Hyundai’s fifth year supporting the Shannons SpeedSeries, having first partnered in 2019 – marking a successful partnership between the two organisations.

Hyundai Motor Company Australia PR and CSR Senior Manager at Guido Schenken was delighted to continue the support of the Shannons SpeedSeries.

“We have really enjoyed being part of the Shannons SpeedSeries, which has grown significantly over the past five years,” Schenken said.

“With an exciting mix of national categories and at events all around the country, we are pleased to be able continue our partnership with the Shannons SpeedSeries, where our high-performance vehicles.

“I look forward to seeing the Hyundai vehicles lead the way at events, starting with this weekend’s Race Sandown.”

Motorsport Australia CEO Sunil Vohra thanked Schenken and Hyundai for its support of the Shannons SpeedSeries for another year.

“Hyundai has been a massive supporter of the Shannons SpeedSeries for an extended period of time now, so it’s fantastic to have them on board for another year,” Vohra said.

“Every Hyundai vehicle provided to us has been a high standard motorcar, which is a testament to the quality of the manufacturer.

“On behalf of the Shannons SpeedSeries, and Motorsport Australia as a whole, I thank Hyundai Motor Company Australia for its support in us and the championship.”

The Shannons SpeedSeries kicked off the 2024 season with Race Sandown, where all Hyundai vehicles were on show.

Hyundai Motor Company Australia:
Founded in 1967, the Hyundai Motor Company sees close to four million cars and commercial vehicles roll out of its factories per year. Those figures make Hyundai the fifth largest automotive corporation in the world — after just 52 years.

Hyundai produce eye-catching, advanced, practical cars that are safer and more efficient than ever before. To keep being able to do that, Hyundai invest billions of dollars in research and development and employ more than 68,000 people around the globe.