By Josh Nevett

Thomas Maxwell has secured sponsorship from Anytime Fitness Meadow Springs for the next round of the Super2 Series at Wanneroo Raceway, revealing a new themed livery for his Nissan Altima.

Anytime Fitness branding will adorn the sides of Maxwell’s No. 3 MW Motorsport entry in Perth this weekend, giving the car a purple look.

An American gym franchise, Anytime Fitness has more than 4,000 locations in 50 countries.

Maxwell’s return to motorsport has been successful so far – he sits fourth in the Super2 standings after the opening round at Sydney Motorsport Park, with a podium finish in Race 1.

“I am very proud to represent Anytime Fitness Meadow Springs in Perth this weekend,” said Maxwell.

“They’re a great group of people who are really excited to be in the game this weekend. In addition to these guys, we have a great group of supporters for Wanneroo who I am delighted to represent.

“After coming out of the blocks very hard in Sydney, I worked even harder to take a few steps better. It’s a whole learning process that will definitely not be a walk in the park, but hunger and willpower. are certainly there to stand on the highest step.

“It will be my first time at Wanneroo Raceway, but I have very good confidence in my preparation so I have no doubt that we can pick it up as quickly as Sydney.”

Anytime Fitness Meadow Springs Director Tony Mercer was eager to forge a long-term partnership with Maxwell.

“We are delighted to be supporting ‘TMax’ for this coming weekend in Perth,” Mercer said.

“We have been watching him closely for some time and were impressed with his first-round performance.

“Now we look forward to building our long-term partnership over the years to come.”

Two races will form the second round of the Super2 series at Wanneroo Raceway. Testing will take place on Friday April 29, with qualifying and a race each Saturday and Sunday.

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