Plus Fitness continue backing Todd Hazelwood into Eseries - Photo: Supplied

Plus Fitness continue backing Todd Hazelwood into Eseries – Photo: Supplied

Plus Fitness has extended its support of Todd Hazelwood into the All Stars Eseries which commences this week.

The #14 Brad Jones Racing driver will run and identical livery in the one that he ran at the shortlived Australian Grand Prix round of the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship with primary support from Plus Fitness and Ola.

Plus Fitness Co-founder, John Fuller, is looking forward to the exposure in this exciting new online series.

“Supercars have done a tremendous job bringing the Iracing championship to life.” said Fuller.

“It’s a tough time for everyone in Australia, and sport is something we all like to be a part of. Competition pushes us to be better, it’s the same in the fitness industry. I hope this gets people’s adrenaline running”

“I am looking forward to watching the All Stars Eseries on TV while we currently can’t physically be trackside. I want people to enjoy this spectacle and remember to stay inside, follow the rules so we can get back to doing the things we love to do outdoors and in gymnasiums.”

Hazelwood is looking forward to getting the All Stars Eseries underway.

“To have the backing of these guys again is awesome. They were both on the car at GP which unfortunately we couldn’t finish, so I’m happy to have them back on the car again.” said Hazelwood.

“I think it’s so cool that we can add a positive element to our sport during these tough times, but also for our partners and fans who will be watching at home too.”

“Qualifying well and getting through the first few laps without getting involved in carnage will be my biggest challenges. The great aspect of online racing is that practice is unlimited, and I can get ready for the first round during all hours of the day to try and be as prepped as I can.”

“The cars are super sensitive on cold tyres and just trying to keep on the black stuff is going to prove a challenge. So early in the race, I’ll be in damage control and hopefully that pays off!”

The All Stars Eseries gets underway at 7:30pm on Wednesday night with the first two races to be held at Phillip Island and Monza.

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