News 22 Nov 2019

Delcon Civil deal prompts livery update at Penrite Honda Racing

New look for Metcalfe and Oldenburg entries at AUS-X Open Melbourne.

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Penrite Honda Racing duo Brett Metcalfe and Mitchell Oldenburg will wear an updated livery at Monster Energy AUS-X Open Melbourne’s final round of the 2019 Australian Supercross Championship.

Australian owned and operated civil contract company, Delcon Civil, has increased its support of Penrite Honda Racing for the world-class international event in a primary partnership.

“Our new testing and training facility is integral to our racing results,” stated Penrite Honda team director Yarrive Konsky. “Delcon Civil provided all of the resources required to build the new track and we are grateful for their increased support.”

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Delcon Civil joined the team in 2016 and managing director David Harry said it has been a rewarding association: “The team and their riders emulate our values and we enjoy sharing our partnership with the community, clients and staff.

“We are also very proud to be aligned with Penrite Oil – it’s always a plus to be aligned with another Australian owned company. 

“Combine that with Australia’s number one-selling motorcycle company in Honda, we really do feel privileged. The team continues to be very successful and we look forward to the final round of the championship and our future with the factory Honda team.”

Metcalfe’s CRF450R has major Delcon Civil branding as part of its traditional livery, while the CRF250R race bike of Oldenburg has been revamped for the occasion with a largely black appearance. His teammate Chris Blose has worn a number of brands this season, including Terrafirma Equipment Sales at Brisbane and Plus Fitness in Wollongong.