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SafetyCulture fuels new partnership with NASCAR driver Shane van Gisbergen

Moments That Matter | SafetyCulture News | By | 14 Feb 2024 | < 1

Shane van Gisbergen NASCAR partnership with SafetyCulture

Start your engines, people. We’re excited to announce our new sponsorship with NASCAR driver Shane van Gisbergen.

Shane puts high performance, preparation, and teamwork into every race, which our Founder and CEO, Luke Anear, says makes him the perfect brand ambassador for SafetyCulture. 

“As a three-time champion and legend of the Australian Supercars scene, there’s no doubt that Shane van Gisbegen will continue to create waves in the NASCAR world,” Luke says. “We’re thrilled to partner with him in 2024.”

Fast facts about Shane van Gisbergen

  • New Zealand-born Shane (aka ‘SVG’) is a man of many talents. He made his mark as a three-time Supercars Champion in Australia and New Zealand before changing gears into NASCAR in the US, where he’s been pinned as the 2024 NASCAR ‘one to watch’.  
  • He made a solid first impression in the sport winning his debut at the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series at the Chicago Street Race.
  • He’s competed in 508 Supercars races, 81 Supercars wins, and graced 176 podiums.

“I’m excited to be teaming up with SafetyCulture because it’s a company with products that help everyday working people,” Shane says. “They’re doing some incredible things on the world’s stage, which is similar to what I’m trying to do with my transition to NASCAR. I think that shared ambition was just something I could relate to.”

SVG’s first scheduled NASCAR race of 2024 will be on 17 February at none other than Daytona Speedway.

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