Porsche’s newest Aussie winner scores fresh sponsor

Bayley Hall with his new-look Porsche. Pic: Supplied

PORSCHE Carrera Cup Australia young gun Bayley Hall has unveiled a fresh livery on the back of his Gold Coast heroics.

Hall won the final two races of the Surfers Paradise race meeting to become the category’s latest round winner.

He’ll now carry Tag Heuer sponsorship into this week’s season finale in Adelaide.

“I am honoured to show off a brand-new look this weekend with long-time Porsche Motorsport Australia partner, Tag Heuer, on my car at the Adelaide 500,” said the 20-year-old.

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Bayley Hall. Pic: Supplied

“It’s the final weekend of the year and time to give it everything I’ve got. To have this brand on my car is incredible and I am hungry to represent them successfully.

“The win on the streets of the Gold Coast was one I will never forget.

“For me, it was a great benchmark to know I am on the right track in my career, and now it’s a case of keeping my eyes forward and working hard to make those weekends a normality.

“Like many juniors this weekend, it will be my first taste of the Adelaide street circuit and I can’t wait to hit the track.

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“I have many reasons to be thrilled about this upcoming weekend, but I am very keen to see the new Tag Heuer livery out on track and around the paddock.

“Tag Heuer is a major prestige international brand that has been working closely with Porsche motorsport since 1963. It is an exciting time in my career, and I’m honoured to represent this iconic brand and respect the work they do in our Carrera Cup Championship as category sponsors.”

Hall holds fifth in the standings and could yet wind up as high as third, if he sufficiently outscores Dylan O’Keeffe and Dale Wood.

At the very front, it’s Jackson Walls ahead of Callum Hedge by 21 points.

Connor O’Brien joined V8 Sleuth in 2022 as website Editor. He won the Supercars Media Award in 2017 while working as a sports reporter at the Gold Coast Bulletin, before stints at Supercars and Speedcafe. During his time at V8 Sleuth he's twice (2022, 2023) been named Journalist of the Year at the Supercars Media Awards.