Nulon Racing is pleased to announce that both Tim Slade and Jimmy Golding will continue with the team for the 2024 season, piloting the #23 and #31 Nulon Racing Camaros.

Team Manager, Stephen Robertson, said the team was excited to be heading into 2024 with a consistent line-up.

“The team is very excited to have both Tim and Jimmy remaining with the team into the future,” Robertson said.

“As we continue to do all we can to build the best team possible, being able to have this consistency is incredibly important.

“Both Tim and Jimmy are highly talented drivers, and we are committed to continuing to do all we can to provide them with the best possible support across the remainder of this season and into the next.”

Golding has been with the team since part-way through its debut season in 2022, immediately impressing with a number of top ten race and qualifying positions.

“I am very excited to announce the multi-year extension of my partnership with Nulon Racing,” Golding said.

“I would like to thank Peter Xiberras and the whole Nulon Racing team for giving me the opportunity to continue my journey with them in the Supercars Championship for 2024 and beyond.

“The team was very welcoming when I joined mid-way through the 2022 season, and we have now grown together and formed a strong relationship that makes it feel like home.

“I am also looking forward to working alongside Tim Slade again in 2024. It is great to have that continuity in the team. I enjoy working alongside Sladey and I trust him to push me to become the best I can.

“It takes consistent commitment and hard work to build and improve together. To play a role in this progression makes me feel valued as a key part in the team’s future.

“Being a part of a team that doesn’t just want to succeed but has the will to do whatever it takes is refreshing and motivational. I can’t wait to achieve success with Nulon Racing.”

The 2024 Supercars season will mark Slade’s second year with Nulon Racing, and his 14th full-time year in the Supercars category.

“I am happy to be continuing my relationship with Peter, Carmen and Nulon Racing,” Slade said.

“The team has come a long way in the short time it has been in the sport and it is no secret we’ve still got a bit to go, but everyone is pushing hard and the team is certainly heading in the right direction and I look forward to playing my part again next year.”

Nulon Racing will next be on-track for the Bathurst 1000 across October 5-8. For event information, visit

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