Team IntaRacing makes its debut

Australia's newest sporting team launches in Brisbane One of the last remaining questions prior to the start of the 2009 V8 Supercar Series was answered today when accomplished racer Marcus Marshall revealed Team IntaRacing -- the latest ...

Australia's newest sporting team launches in Brisbane

One of the last remaining questions prior to the start of the 2009 V8 Supercar Series was answered today when accomplished racer Marcus Marshall revealed Team IntaRacing -- the latest competitor to enter the cut-throat world of V8 Supercar Racing. The team, which is owned by Intabill Directors Daniel Tzvetkoff and Sam Sciacca, has established a state-of-the-art workshop on the Gold Coast which will be headed up by team manager and a respected face in the V8 Supercar paddock, Keith Evers.

During the launch at Reddacliff Place in Brisbane, Marshall unveiled the Team IntaRacing Falcon which will carry a distinctive gleaming red livery throughout the 2009 V8 Supercar Series to launch a brand new personal loan product, Access Cash. Marshall said he was looking forward to being an integral part of the new operation which has brought a new sponsor and product to the fan-favourite sport of V8 Supercar Racing.

"It is great to team up with Intabill as the company enters V8 Supercar competition for the first time," said Marshall. "I have little doubt that our racecar and the brand new product it promotes, Access Cash, will be instantly recognisable on the track with such a bold, clean livery."

"This year I am feeling the best I have ever felt going into a V8 Supercar Championship and I believe that we have the right equipment and personnel to compete towards the pointy end of the field," he said.

Team IntaRacing have aligned themselves with the winners of last year's championship, Triple Eight Race Engineering who will supply Marshall with a Ford Falcon BF for the opening rounds of the 2009 V8 Supercar Series with a newer FG Falcon currently in construction.

Team IntaRacing Manager, Keith Evers said given his previous experience, Marshall would be a genuine contender in the 2009 V8 Supercar Series. "When you look at Marcus' [Marshall] resume he is an extremely experienced driver and we look forward to seeing that come through when he gets behind the wheel of one of the latest generation BF Falcons out of the Triple Eight Race Engineering stable," said Evers.

Intabill Director of Business Development Daniel Tzvetkoff said he was pleased to support one of Australia's most successful sporting competitions.

"V8 Supercars are a mainstay of Australian sport and Intabill is proud to be associated with this great competition," said Tzvetkoff. "Competing in the series will provide Access Cash brand exposure to a huge audience, with the series attracting more than 22 million television viewers in 2007," he said. "We view the sponsorship of the team as a strategic marketing decision and we believe it will provide solid returns over the long-term by further raising awareness of our services."

Access Cash will officially be launched on May 1, 2009.

-credit: tir

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Series Supercars
Drivers Marcus Marshall
Teams Triple Eight Race Engineering