Bayley Hall’s Porsche Carrera Cup Australia campaign has been bolstered with the signing of new sponsor, Xtreme Freight for the remainder of the 2022 season that gets back to life May 21-22 at Winton Motor Raceway.

After making his debut in the premier single make category at the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix, Hall heads to the country Victorian circuit full of confidence that his Championship will be on track at a venue he knows well.

Xtreme Freight is a Melbourne-based, family owned transport and logistics services company with touchpoints throughout Australia.

The company has been transformed in recent years by respected CEO, Amanda O’Brien, who has taken Xtreme Freight to new levels of profitability and into new transport markets since taking control of the company.

The Xtreme Freight logo will be carried on the rear quarter of Hall’s Porsche Carrera Cup 911 GT3 (Type 992) Cup Car.

Naturally, Hall is thrilled to welcome Xtreme Freight on board for the remainder of the season with Porsche powerhouse, McElrea Racing.


“The operation of Xtreme Freight is a family business, we also have a family business that allows us to do this, so we understand everything involved and it is great to have their support,” said Hall. “Amanda and her team are always pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the transport and logistics area, and we’re always looking for ways to continuously improve the way that we go about racing.

“The Grand Prix was an awesome way for us to get the season underway. Heading to Winton, as a traditional circuit is more normal confines I guess you’d say. I’ve been there a few times now and looking forward to representing Xtreme Freight there.”

Amanda O’Brien is excited by what lays ahead with Bayley and the team.

“Bayley is one of the young up and coming racers in Australian motorsport and for Xtreme Freight to be part of his racing operation is a new experience for us,” said Ms. O’Brien. “Porsche Carrera Cup is Australia’s fastest single make racing operation, so it is to the Xtreme, you could say, and we really can’t wait, particularly as the first event we’re on board is in Victoria where our head office is based. Furthermore, it really gives us a solid B2B and B2C opportunity to place Xtreme Freight in front of a new demographic.

“We’ve taken a very different approach to transport and logistics with the way that we’ve structured Xtreme Freight and we look forward to not only Bayley pushing forward with his career, but the ways in which we can be involved and grow our business.”

Porsche Paynter Dixon Carrera Cup Australia will support the Pizza Hut Winton Supersprint across the weekend of May 21-22 with live coverage on Fox Sports and Kayo Sports.

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