Selwood was caught driving 127km/h in a 100km/h zone and was fined $228 for his actions, as well as stripped of four demerit points and he lost his licence for one month.
The TAC released a statement on Tuesday afternoon relating to the issue;
The Geelong Football Club (GFC) and the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) today confirmed the partnership between the organisations would not be renewed.
For the past 11 years, the Cats have been a great supporter of road safety.
In January 2015 the GFC stated publicly that in the event of any further serious incidents the partnership would be relinquished, and the TAC respects the club’s integrity.
Both the TAC and the Cats will continue to explore opportunities to work in the community to reduce road trauma going forward.