Leading automotive retailer, Supercheap Auto has premiered its high-octane short film, Country Club Chaos, featuring superstars and super stunts.

Country Club Chaos features five valets racing, drifting, skidding and jumping high performance cars around a golf course at the fictitious Redline Country Club, filmed over four days on Queensland’s Gold Coast.

Oil brands Nulon, Penrite, Valvoline, Mobil and Castrol are the big stars, supported by a cameo cast of current and former Supercars drivers including Russell Ingall, Shane van Gisbergen, Chaz Mostert, Rick Kelly and David Reynolds. Joining them are rally car driver, Molly Taylor, international DJs Carl Cox and Bombs Away, Australian comedy duo, Marty and Michael, Nitro Circus stars, Harry Bink and Ryan Williams, as well as Australian supercross legend, Chad Reed.

Returning for 2023 are fan favourites Marty and Moog, hosts of Mighty Car Mods, Australia’s number one DIY automotive YouTube channel with more than 800 million views where they show a global audience how to customise and improve the performance of their vehicles.

The four-and-a-half-minute film is one of the most ambitious and entertaining created to date for Supercheap Auto’s annual “Make Every Drive Super with the Best Performing Oils” campaign, now in its eighth instalment.

The film follows a record-breaking 2022 campaign which clocked up 100 million impressions across social media and won international acclaim after it was picked up by a US TV show and syndicated to 236 stations throughout the US.

Supercheap Auto managing director, Benjamin Ward said, “This film is action-packed with stars and stunts and highlights the difference high-performance engine oil can make to your car. If there’s anything the past few years have taught us, it’s that we’re capable of doing a lot more ourselves than we once thought and vehicle servicing and maintenance is no exception.”

View the full Country Club Chaos film and behind-the-scenes interviews and footage at supercheapauto.com.au/best-performing-oils