Glendun to support next generation of rally stars

Glendun Crushing and Screening is the latest organisation to join the growing list of partners of the RSEA Safety Motorsport Australia Rally Championship (ARC).

From 2022, Glendun will be the official naming rights partner of the ARC Junior Cup, which will be known as the Glendun ARC Junior Cup.

Owned by first-year ARC competitor Cahal Carey and business partner Martin Digby, Glendun specialises in the supply of top quality mobile crushing and screening equipment, such as mobile jaw and cone crushers, screening plants and mobile impactors, as well as a fleet of excavators and loaders and highly experienced operators.

Having been impressed with the ARC since becoming a regular competitor, the Irish born driver was pleased to throw his support behind the championship.

“I haven’t been part of the ARC for long, but what I have experienced as a competitor and seeing the direction it is heading in, I wanted to be more involved,” Carey said.

“As for choosing to support the ARC Junior Cup, I am a rookie driver myself, so I know how important it is to help build the foundations of the sport and focus on the development of the younger drivers and co-drivers.

“I have always loved rally, even when I was a young lad back in Ireland, so I am excited to be able to contribute to the ARC and hopefully help build the future of the sport.”

Based in Queensland, Glendun is just one of many to recently get behind the ARC’s new cups, with the likes of Shamrock Haulage and White Wolf Constructions recently extending their partnerships.

As the ARC continues to attract sponsors, Motorsport Australia Director of Motorsport and Commercial Operation, Michael Smith thanked Glendun for their support.

“It’s fantastic to be able to welcome another corporate partner to the ARC family, especially after a challenging period for the sport and world more generally,” Smith said.

“Obviously Cahal has seen enough from firsthand experience to know what the ARC is about and the exciting future direction, so it’s great to be able to get him on board.

“The ARC is obviously focused on creating a pathway for juniors to make their way into the sport and people like Carey certainly make it easier for us to achieve that goal.

“We thank Cahal and those at Glendun Crushing and Screening for showing their support to the ARC.”