Tekno Autosports focused on 2013 sponsorship
Jonathon Webb concedes Tekno Autosports could be forced to finish the season without a title sponsor, as the team switches its focus to a deal for 2013.
"We are still working away," said Webb on the sponsorship hunt.
"As everyone knows, it's getting tougher and tougher. Now we are concentrating more on next year and finding a big partner."
While Webb's teammate Michael Patrizi ran the unbranded white livery at the SKYCITY Triple Crown over the weekend, Webb ran a one-off sponsorship from V8 Nights, a V8 Supercars-related dinner function for fans to be held at certain events.
Webb says the team would rely on one-off deals for the remaining events of the 2012 season, unless a long-term sponsor is found in the meantime.
"We will pick up a few little ones here and there to finish the year off," he said.
"And hopefully the results in the second half of the year will get better and better so we can put that whole package together."
Tekno Autosports has already committed to purchasing two Triple Eight-built Car of the Future Commodores for 2013.
However, the future of the team's second Racing Entitlements Contract, leased for this season from Paul Morris, is under the spotlight with suggestions Morris and partner team Dick Johnson Racing could take it back to cover the loss of its #18 Racing Entitlement Contract, which owner Charlie Schwerkolt will take to Ford Performance Racing from 2013.
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Webb sits in 17th in the 2012 points standings with Patrizi in 21st place.