About

Team Navy embraces Australian Sporting Champions who exemplify the five core values of the Royal Australian Navy: Service, Courage, Respect, Integrity and Excellence. Team Navy’s vision is to align the Navy’s family of thousands of brave, proud and dedicated professionals with elite champions of Australian sport, enhancing community spirit through the promotion of teamwork and true, sportsmanship.

Team Navy is designed to both promote and enhance Navy brand recognition in the broader community both nationally and internationally. The Team Navy alliances have proven extremely beneficial for both Navy and the sporting teams involved, and as such interest in the program continues to strengthen among championship winning teams and high profile athletes across Australia.

Teams

Tickford Racing

Celebrating our 10 year partnership Tickford and Team Navy joined forces in late 2011. One of Australia's largest and most successful motorsport operations, Tickford Racing has enjoyed nearly 20 years competing at the upper echelon of the Australian Supercars Championship. Navy has three Technical Sailors working in Tickford HQ and trackside with a rotation of sailors every 12 months. Tickford Racing is the most self-sufficient team in the Supercars paddock, with the vast majority of car preparation and team operation housed within its Campbellfield workshop. Most components on the team's four Ford Mustang Supercars are designed, manufactured, installed, and maintained in-house by the teams numerous departments, including engine, fabrication, machine, sub-assembly, composites, and more.

Team Navy ASRL

Navy has proudly supported the Australian Surf Rowers League (ASRL) since 2008 and these competitors provide vital lifesaving duties and beach patrols on many Australian beaches. While Navy’s aim is to “Fight and win at Sea” so too is the aim and determination of each surf boat crew. Navy and the ASRL surf boat crews share the values of teamwork and loyalty. Surf Rowers provide an essential community service by protecting and patrolling beaches in some of the roughest waters in the world. Just as the Surf Rowers are amongst the fittest and most determined members of any Life Saving Club the Navy encourages its members to maintain a fit and healthy lifestyle.

222 Offshore Racing

222 Offshore is a professional Powerboat team that's based in Australia and races both domestically and internationally.  The team competes full time in the USA Class One Championship and across Europe and Asia in the UIM classified XCAT Championship.  222 Offshore also hosts corporate days, competes in adhoc racing days and point to point races throughout Australia.

Veronica McCann – Red Hot Racing

Roni joined Team Navy in 2017. First getting into a race car at nine years old, Veronica McCann has gone on to forge a career sliding sideways on dirt. As owner and driver of #50 based in Perth, Roni competes in the Pro Dirt Late Model Series Australia. After starting racing in Honda Odyssey's in 1992, she proceeded to Junior Sedans in 1996 in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. When her family moved to Perth, Western Australia she continued in speedway in junior sedans until 2001 when she graduated into Sprintcars. After success in that class she was spotted by former Indycar driver Lyn St James and awarded a scholarship to IRL Indy Pro Series with Brian Stewart Racing in 2006. Veronica's natural driving talent saw her hold the Sprintcar 10-lap race record at the Perth Motorplex for a staggering 13 years.

Team Navy BMX

Thomas (Tommy) Dallinger- BMX Racing Team Navy BMX commenced in 2013 and is based on the NSW South Coast. Tom first became aware of BMX (Bicycle Motocross) when he was 5 years old and had just started Kindergarten. Meeting new school friends who raced at the local track he was encouraged him to come along was the start of a passion for a sport he loves. Starting racing at 5 years of age at Club level led to competing in his first NSW State Titles at 7 years of age. He has gone on to compete at 16 NSW State Championships, 12 Australian National Championships and 2 World Championships achieving various placing’s within the top 8 at many of these events. He was the winner of the 2020 and 2021 NSW State Series for the 17-24 Men Class. Tom is the reigning NSW No.1 State Plate Holder for 17-24 Men. With a career in Carpentry, Tom also mentors younger riders at club level and enjoys his other interests which include Water-skiing, MotoX and helping out on his Family’s property on the NSW South Coast.

News

5 hours ago

Team Navy Australia
Congratulations 222 Offshore & 222 Marine#AusNavy #austeamnavy ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

Team Navy Australia
Lockie sporting a new brand on his Porsche for this weekends round at Queensland Raceway. Welcome to Team Navy Lockie Bloxsom.#AusNavy #austeamnavy ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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Thomas Randle is starting 2nd for our first race this arvo and 8th for the second race at The Bend Motorsport Park. See what he can do at lights out🚦#AusNavy #austeamnavy #tickfordracing ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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Chief of Navy Vice Admiral Mark Hammond is energised and eager to get on with the huge task he has been entrusted with to lead the 15,000 people in the #AusNavy. In a new interview, Chief of Navy Australia looks back on his 35-year career in the Navy and outlines his priorities. Vice Admiral Hammond also spoke about his priorities for Navy - the safety of our people, optimising the current fleet and acceleration. Fair winds and following seas for your term as Chief of Navy, Sir. Read the in-depth interview here: bit.ly/3SaL5Cj ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Team Navy Australia
Great sunny conditions today at Southlake Illawarra BMX Club on the South Coast of NSW for Round 6 of the 2022 AusCycling/ BMXNSW State Series. Tommy Dallinger used his home track advantage by winning his 1st and 3rd motos. A win in the semi put him in a great position for the final. He then went on to win 1st place in the 17-24 Men.#AusNavy ... See MoreSee Less
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