26 November 2021 |

Swyftx joins Jordan Cox for Supercheap Auto TCR Australia Series Bathurst finale

Australian-owned crypto currency exchange Swyftx has taken the primary position on Jordan Cox’s Garry Rogers Motorsport Alfa Romeo Giulietta Veloce TCR for the TCR Bathurst 400.

This marks the first entry into Supercheap Auto TCR Australia for Swyftx, the second largest Australian-owned exchange by trade volume and the country’s top-rated on TrustPilot, with up to $3 billion a month traded on its platform comprising 474,000 customers across Australasia.

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Cox’s usual white and orange livery has been transformed into blue to match the corporate colours of Swyftx, while his season-long sponsors remain.

“It’s very exciting and I can’t wait to hit the Mountain adorned in the Swyftx colours,” said Cox.

“I’m so excited to not only have Swyftx come onboard, but also my remaining partners including Pitcher Partners, MTA NSW and Raceworks after what has been a frustrating year.

“The car looks absolutely unbelievable and will definitely stand out from the crowd.

“I’ve been in the crypto space for about five years and I personally invest in the space, so this partnership is a perfect fit for me.

“It will be great to get the opportunity to race at Australia’s biggest motorsport event of the season at such an exciting and fantastic location to go racing.”

Swyftx Chief Marketing Officer, Chris Vanek is delighted to align with Cox ahead of the TCR Bathurst 400.

“Aligning with Jordan has brought the fast paced environment of the racetrack to Swyftx while entering Bathurst in an exciting way,” Vanek said.

“Watching Jordan over the last couple years and his phenomenal racing abilities we are proud to be by his side during the TCR Races. The enthusiasm, ingenuity and dedication he brings to the sport is aligned with our approach closely.”

Supercheap Auto TCR Australia begins its final round at the Mountain with Practice 1 at 10:40am Tuesday, ahead of three 21 lap races to decide the TCR Bathurst 400.