Isuzu UTE are proud to partner with a diverse range of impactful ambassadors – all of which live the ‘Go Your Own Way’ message. From racetracks to dirt tracks, our partners have a unique and empowering story to tell.
Team Isuzu D-MAX
The Isuzu D-MAX is the official car of Australia’s one and only precision driving team, providing real deal ruggedness and performance to the stunt show.
The team’s performances include close formation driving, high speed drifts and slides, hair-raising cross-overs and ramp jumps and even driving the vehicles on two wheels.
The Team D-MAX show is always a crowd favourite and a spectacle that has to be seen to be believed.
“We’ve obviously got some pretty skilled drivers in the team but the shows we do are a massive test for the vehicles as well,” said EMG Director, Wayne Boatwright.
You can see Team D-MAX in action at agricultural shows and events around Australia each year.
SUPERUTES – ROSS STONE RACING & CALTEX AUSTRALIA
In February 2019, Isuzu UTE Australia established a motorsport partnership with Ross Stone Racing and Caltex Australia; entering an Isuzu D-MAX in the ECB SuperUte Championship Series.
For 2019, the helm of the D-MAX is taken up by New-Zealand young-gun, Tom Alexander, with his #22 racing number sported on the striking blue and white livery SuperUte.
The Caltex Delo® Racing SuperUte joins the grid alongside six other brands of dual cab utes, racing across eight SuperCars Championship rounds as a support category.
To keep up to speed with the D-MAX SuperUte, visit their website with the link below.
DANIEL MORCOMBE FOUNDATION
The Daniel Morcombe Foundation Inc was established in 2005 as a result of the extraordinary community support shown to the Morcombe family following the abduction and suspected murder of 13 year old Daniel Morcombe on the Sunshine Coast, December 2003.
The Foundation’s motto is “Protection, Safety and Opportunity for our children,” which is enforced by Bruce and Denise Morcombe’s commitment to training and education of school age children.
Isuzu UTE is happy to sponsor the Daniel Morcombe Foundation and provide a vehicle that allows Bruce and Denise to deliver presentations to schools across Queensland, implementing the Daniel Morcombe Child Safety curriculum developed in conjunction with the Department of Education, Training and Employment.
For more information on the Daniel Morcombe Foundation or to make a donation please click here.
MAT ROGERS & CHLOE MAXWELL
Former Rugby star Mat Rogers, his wife Chloe Maxwell and their kids are your quintessential Aussie Family who have a passion for life and a real sense of adventure, who you can catch on their television programme, ‘Maxing Out’ on National Geographic.
In 2009, the pair co-founded their charity 4 ASD Kids in order to assist families and children living with similar challenges, after their son, Max, was diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Isuzu UTE Australia are proud to partner with Mat & Chloe with a 4 ASD Kids-branded D-MAX and an MU-X, which will take them on journeys without limitations and help bring more awareness to the charity, each time they embark on these family adventures.
For more information on 4 ASD Kids or to make a donation, please visit their website.
For over a decade, Journalist and photographer, Carlisle Rogers has been living the dream; traveling Australia in his trusty 4WD, experiencing the vast landscapes and penning his stories for others to enjoy.
In 2012, Carlisle fulfilled his dream; launching the 4WD Touring Australia Magazine and TV show which takes viewers to some of the best destinations in Australia.
Now with over eighty issues of the magazine and seven seasons of the show (which you can catch over on YouTube) under his belt, Carlisle continues to travel around this sunburnt country in his D-MAX and MU-X, capturing an array of beautiful landscapes and creating lasting memories as he goes.
HOOK, LINE AND SINKER
Hosts of popular fishing television show, Hook, Line and Sinker, Nick Duigan and Andrew Hart travel throughout Australia in their trusty D-MAX searching for the ultimate fisherman’s paradise.
Hook, Line and Sinker is a fishing show that is aimed at the 90% of fishermen who don’t seem to catch the 10% of fish! You can catch the boys in action on 7Mate or keep up to date with them on their Facebook page.
GREAT AUSTRALIAN DOORSTEP - 7TWO
Isuzu UTE is proud to partner with The Great Australian Doorstep.
Hosted by former AFL great Peter 'Spida' Everitt and his wife Sheree, The Great Australian Doorstep is a locally produced TV travel show. Aboard their D-MAX & MU-X, the team visits some of Australia's smaller towns and communities – how great they are, the people who live there and why they make a brilliant choice for a family holiday.
They explore the variety of things to see and do around town and show how lucky the locals are to have it all on their doorstep. It could be a natural wonder, a secret spot, a local legend, anything that shows what a great unique Aussie town it is.
From a very young age, it was Mark Berg’s dream to travel all over Australia chasing that ever-elusive ‘fish of a lifetime’.
For many years, he has made his passion for fishing a career, capitalising on every opportunity to fish with some of the best guides in some of the most iconic fishing locations around the world.
Since 2016, IUA has teamed up with Mark and provided him with a vehicle, which features prodigiously on his show, Mark Berg’s Fishing Addiction, which takes viewers to all ends of Australia in pursuit of that ‘fish of a lifetime’!
You can catch Mark Berg on Fishing Addiction on 7mate.
BLACKWATER INTERNATIONAL COAL CENTRE
Since 2016, Isuzu UTE Australia have partnered with the Blackwater International Coal Centre (BICC), home to the Australian Coal Museum and Mine Tours, located in Central Queensland. Established in 2003, the not-for-profit business has been built on serving the coal industry and local Blackwater Community—providing a self-sustaining tourism and educational facility that would become an iconic landmark.
Isuzu UTE Australia are proud to provide BICC with an MU-X, enabling the not-for-profit to support the local community.
To find out more, visit their website with the link below.