New look MainFix ARC Production Cup in 2024

Next year’s Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship will welcome MainFix as the naming right’s partner of the ARC Production Cup.

To be known as the MainFix ARC Production Cup, the support comes from the leading provider of building restoration, maintenance and repairs to selected regions within New South Wales, Southern Queensland and ACT.

The Cup was previously supported by another of Clarke’s companies, White Wolf Constructions, meaning his backing of the Cup has been in place since 2021 for the popular class of the ARC.

As part of the support of the MainFix ARC Production Cup, competitors will again battle it out for individual prizemoney, awarded to the top three finishers in each round. A total of $3,000 will be up for grabs each round – $1,500 for first, $1,000 for second and $500 for third.

Prize money has been awarded to the top three Production Cup crews throughout 2023

The MainFix ARC Production Cup will again be open to any PRC automobile entered in the ARC, with the best four rounds to count to decide the overall class winners each year.

MainFix Director Tom Clarke, who is also a regular ARC competitor himself, said he was proud to be supporting the Championship again in 2024.

“MainFix is proud to be supporting the Bosch Motorsport Australia Rally Championship in 2024 through the super exciting Production Cup,” Clarke said.

“The class has proven to be highly competitive with some amazing crews and cars on show at each and every round. This year we’ve seen big numbers across the production field and some impressive performances every round.

“We can’t wait to see the battles play out in 2024 as crews battle it out for honours in the MainFix ARC Production Cup.”

Bodie Reading is leading the 2023 Production Cup heading into the penultimate round of the season in South Australia

Motorsport Australia Director of Motorsport & Commercial Operations Michael Smith thanked MainFix for its support in 2024.

“It’s great to have Tom and his MainFix team partnering with Motorsport Australia and the ARC next season,” Smith said.

“Tom has been a long-time supporter of the ARC both as a competitor and partner, previously through White Wolf Constructions and we’re rapt to see that support continue.

“The MainFix ARC Production Cup is also one of the most exciting classes in the Championship, with strong numbers regularly featuring at events across the country.”

The MainFix ARC Production Cup will be part of 2024 season when it begins at the Subaru Canberra Rally of Canberra on 5-7 April, 2024.