A large part of the success of any organisation – sporting or otherwise – is its people, and this is most certainly the case for those operating at the elite level of motorsports, like PremiAir Nulon Racing. 

Headed up by Team Owner and two-time Top Fuel Champion, Peter Xiberras, the Arundel-based team is heading into its third Supercars season in 2024.  

On the #23 PremiAir Nulon Racing Camaro of Tim Slade, mechanics Andrew Hackett (rear right) and Lewis White (rear left) will be joined by Trev Kuhn (tyres, fireman) and data engineer, Julia McGarry; with Mirko De Rosa as Lead Engineer.  

On the #31 PremiAir Nulon Racing Camaro of Jimmy Golding, mechanics Ryley Duncan (front left), Jaidyn Bulloch (spike) and Nic Carroll (front right) will be joined by Mick Shortus (tyres), Craig Johnstone (deadman) and data engineer Jason Sherring. Romy Mayer will be the Lead Engineer.  

Shane Marshall will work on all refuelling requirements and also assists with stickers.  

Overseeing the workshop and the teams for both cars will be Workshop Foreman and car controller, Andrew Bell.  

Stephen Robertson continues as Team Manager, Ludo Lacroix has been appointed as Competition Director, and Hayley Tyrell is Partnership Manager. James Costello is the Team Physio, Richard Smith and Andrew Mell make up the Digital Media team, while Peter Whykes will be serving up the best in tasty and nutritious food to fuel success as the Team Chef.  

Also playing an important role in the PremiAir Nulon Racing workshop are bodywork specialist Lance Smith, fabricator Richard Bidwell, and Zach Davis. 

While Smith and Bidwell ensure all the PremiAir Nulon Racing cars are always in pristine condition, Davis – a mechanic on the #31 in 2023 – provides technical support to the Super2 entry of Supercars Young Gun Award winner Cameron McCleod. The chassis – which previously carried the #31 in 2022 – has all of its preparation handled at the PremiAir Nulon Racing workshop.  

“With the start of the 2024 Supercars season rapidly approaching, we couldn’t be more excited about the team we are building and the work we have done over the off-season,” Xiberras said. 

“We have an amazing bunch of people, and I can’t wait to see everyone in the thick of things at the Bathurst 500 later this month as we get our season off to hopefully a very strong start. 

“So often the focus is on the Lead Engineers, but each and every member of our team has such an important role to play, and I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who is a part of PremiAir Nulon Racing for their passionate dedication to what we are trying to achieve.” 

The first Supercars event of 2024 for PremiAir Nulon Racing and the rest of the Supercars field will be held at the season-opening Bathurst 500 across February 23-25 at the legendary Mount Panorama.  

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