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Chillout Systems on board the Gen 3 Supercar

The Gen 3 Supercar is set to make its debut downunder in 2023, with a new look Supercars Australia Championship. Development and testing has been in full swing for some time spearheaded by Dick Johnson Racing and the Triple Eight Engineering Red Bull Ampol Racing Team. Since 2021, Chillout Systems has been there providing a new alternative to driver cooling for the factory backed Chevrolet Racings drivers Shane van Gisbergen, 7 time champion Jamie Whincup and his successor in 2022, rookie Broc Feeney.

Photo: Broc Feeney behind the wheel of the #88 made famous by now team principal Jamie Whincup.

Australia experiences some of the hottest temperatures on the planet and with iconic endurance races like the Bathurst 1000, driver cooling can be the link between victory lane or any early retirement. Dry ice methods have a history of failure in the Great Race which lead to teams seeking alternatives.

Being fed air from its 4" carbon fiber NACA Duct, Chillout Systems Quantum Pro sits on board the Gen 3 Camaro after a proven track record in the current ZB Commodores run by Triple Eight. 

Photo: The Gen 3 Camaro on display at the Melbourne Grand Prix with its 4inch NACA duct.

Photo: Supercar drivers had the opportunity to test the Gen 3 cars on track.

Since development and release of the NEW Air Con Helmet Cooler by Chillout Systems, the category is set to step into the future of driver cooling pairing the Air Con with the Quantum Pro. Two systems that provide drivers in the toughest conditions a reliable, hard working and durable cooling solution.