Sutton Tools are proud to announce their continued partnership with Kelly Grove Racing (formerly Kelly Racing) as the team’s official supplier of CNC machine tooling and power tool accessories into 2021.
Kelly Racing are putting their pedal to the metal for 2021, announcing a range of exciting changes including a new part ownership with Stephen Grove to rebrand as Kelly Grove Racing. The changes are set to bring the racing team to new levels for their 13th year in the Supercars Championship. As part of the recent changes, Kelly Grove Racing have named David Reynolds as their new driver for the 2021 season. David Reynolds will be driving the Penrite Racing Ford Mustang #26 and joining team member André Heimgartner, who will be driving the NED Whisky Racing Ford Mustang #7.
This 2021 partnership is well aligned with Sutton Tools set to join Kelly Grove Racing’s team of other Australian owned and manufactured companies such as Penrite Oil and NED Whisky. Sutton Tools and Kelly Grove Racing pride themselves on the fact that the majority of the team partners are Australian-owned businesses and are looking forward to representing them all on the race track this year!
Sutton Tools is a family business with a focus on engineering that supply Kelly Grove Racing with a range of tools offering productivity solutions of the highest quality, essential to the Kelly Grove Racing operation, Sutton Tools remained the clear partner of choice to build and service Kelly Grove Racing’s supercars and their components.
Recently, Todd Kelly (part-owner) and the engineering team from Kelly Racing toured Sutton Tools’ Thomastown Factory to see the evolution of the expertise that goes into every cutting tool. You can view the tour highlights here.
David Reynolds, Kelly Grove Racing Driver, said, ”I think the team is really going to come strong this year (and beyond) with Stephen Grove in the mix”.
Sutton Tools are also set for a big year, continuing their drive to be at the forefront of innovation and design with a new Advanced Manufacturing Centre being built at their Thomastown facility. Expected to be finished mid-way through 2021, the world-class tech centre will test all tools and push their automotive/engineering tools to their limits!