a2 is a well-known health-brand of milk containing only A2 protein.
Aitken’s car has been liveried in the company’s distinctive purple and white colours, and is set to hit the track at Winton tomorrow for a pre-event shakedown in Aitken’s hands.
The British/Korean star will be joined in the shakedown test by F1 legends Rubens Barrichello and Giancarlo Fisichella, and young Melbourne star Thomas Randle, whose continued recovery from a testicular cancer scare sees him confirmed for the S5000 championship. The test begins at 12 noon at the regional Victorian circuit.
“Not only do we have a young man close to the top of the motorsport tree contesting our races at the GP, but he’s bringing a new-to-motorsport brand into it, “ said Lambden.
“There are actually several companies new to motorsport who have decided to invest in S5000, which is tremendous, and a2 are to be congratulated on their support for Jack.”