With their 2018-19 season well and truly underway, the Speedcar Association of NSW is pleased to announce a new major sponsor in CEJN Australia Pty Ltd, who have come on board to support the NSW Club Championship.

CEJN Australia Managing Director Marcus St Vincent contacted the Speedcar Association of NSW about sponsorship opportunities and the club was eager to welcome them to the fold. Marcus was keen to expand his support of the Australian speedway scene, having been involved recently on a smaller scale.

Not only will CEJN Australia be sponsoring each of the eight NSW Club Championship rounds at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway, they have also become the major sponsors of the coveted George Tatnell Challenge, which is set to take place on December 8 at Valvoline Raceway.

A leading supplier of pneumatic equipment worldwide, the Seven Hills, NSW-based company CEJN Australia, pronounced ‘sane’, relies on its Swedish heritage and ingenuity to develop quick connect couplings unlike any others that are often used in motorsport disciplines such as Formula 1, IndyCar and NASCAR.

Being used in motorsport for many years on pneumatic-powered wheel guns (rattle guns), CEJN quick connect couplings are specified as standard by renowned wheel gun manufacturers Paoli and are also used extensively in almost every motor vehicle manufacturing plant globally.

Both avid spectators, Marcus and his wife Jennifer have motorsport in their veins, with Jennifer’s grandmother Evelyn Williams and her great aunt being trailblazers in go karts both on tar and dirt from the 1950s through to the ‘70s, racing at tracks such as Granville Speedway (now Valvoline Raceway), Londonderry Dirt Short Circuit and Nepean Speedway.

Having been involved in the Australian motorsport scene since 2013, including speedway, Supercars, Formula 4 and Aussie Racing Cars, CEJN Australia is passionate about helping young drivers to realise their dreams, continuing to support former Wingless Sprint racer Harley Smee as he this season makes the move into Speedcars.

For more information about CEJN, visit their website at www.cejn.com.au

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