PremiAir Nulon Racing is pleased to announce Super2 racer Cameron McLeod as co-driver for Tim Slade in the #23 PremiAir Nulon Racing Camaro for the upcoming Supercars endurance races.

McLeod drives the #92 RM Racing Cars supported by PremiAir Racing Holden Commodore ZB in the Super2 series, in which he is currently fifth in the standings, following a strong Super3 Series in 2023 in which he finished third on debut.

‘Camy’ is the son of longtime racer and industry veteran Ryan and the grandson of 1987 Bathurst 1000 winner, Peter, and was on-track with PremiAir Nulon Racing for the weekend’s Darwin Triple Crown, getting more familiar with the ‘main game’ team and how it operates during a race weekend.

Starting off in karting, McLeod moved into car racing in 2020 at age 16 in state-level Formula Ford in Queensland while also campaigning a Suzuki Swift in local sedan events. He continued racing in state-level, while also He continued racing in state-level Formula Ford in both Queensland and New South Wales in 2021 but made the big leap mid-year to England to race in the final three rounds of the British Formula 4 Championship, where he took a podium finish on debut at Silverstone.

McLeod then returned home to compete in the national Formula Ford Series in which he finished third overall and claimed the Privateer award, with his season headlined by a pair of race wins and the round win at Morgan Park, before joining the Super3 ranks in 2023. He also finished second in class at the 2022 Bathurst 6 Hour, and second in class at the 2023 Dubai 24 Hour.

PremiAir Nulon Racing will next be on-track for the Supercars Championship at the Townsville 500 across July 5-7. For event information and schedules, visit


Cameron McLeod – co-driver, #23 PremiAir Nulon Racing Camaro

“I am very keen for this opportunity. This is the year that we were hoping we would be able to secure a co-drive and we have put a lot of effort into getting to this point and to where we are now. I am very grateful to Peter Xiberras and all of the PremiAir Nulon Racing boys and girls that have put their support and faith behind me with this co-drive position. It is good to be partnering with Tim as well – back in 2021 he came out to a Formula Ford round and helped me out and we have also done a 12 Hour together, so I think it is a good match and I can’t wait to get started.”

Tim Slade – driver, #23 PremiAir Nulon Racing Camaro

“I have a bit of a connection with the McLeods going back to my first year in the main Supercars championship, as Camy’s dad Ryan was on the radio in my first Bathurst 1000 with Paul Morris and Supercheap Auto Racing. Then in 2021 in the COVID break we had that year, I wasn’t really doing too much, and Ryan asked if I could come and work with Camy in Formula Ford at Morgan Park, so I first got to know him and his driving then. Since then, I have spoken to Ryan a bit about Camy and his career, and I have had a bit to do with them in Super2 this year as well. I am excited to have him as my co-driver. He cut some laps at the latest test day, too, and he was comfortable, so I think it should be a pretty good partnership”

Stephen Robertson – Team Manager, PremiAir Nulon Racing

“PremiAir Nulon Racing has a strong relationship already with the McLeod family through our support of Cameron’s Super2 campaign and we are very pleased to be expanding that relationship now by having Cam join us as co-driver for Tim Slade in the 2024 endurance races. Obviously, he is an up-and-coming star and we have been impressed with his Super2 performances this year and how he performed during our recent Queensland Raceway test day. With he and Tim having a previously standing working relationship also, we are very confident this will be a strong partnership and we can’t wait to see what they can achieve together at Sandown and Bathurst later this year.”

For more information on PremiAir Nulon Racing, please visit or follow the team on its social media platforms at, and