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A round up of the Indigenous Round liveries

The trip to Hidden Valley Raceway in Darwin has become a celebration of the Indigenous culture and the Repco Supercars Championship teams continue to get behind it just like the footy codes do by featuring a special livery.

Check out all the liveries below and head to the Repco social pages to let us know your favourite.

Triple Eight Race Engineering

The livery for Red Bull Ampol Racing’s entry was designed by 17-year-old Brock Compton from Brisbane’s Ambrose Treacy College named ‘The Spirit of the Driver’. It is designed to follow a driver’s journey to Supercars chronicling the hardships, difficulties, joys and victories in making it to the top-tier of the sport.

Dick Johnson Racing

Focused on the NAIDOC Week theme ‘For Our Elders’, Yindjibarndi/Pinikura Zoe Raymond’s artwork incorporates the history and legacy of DJR represented by four elements -longlines, meeting places, central meeting place and legacy.

Tickford Racing

Taking inspiration from Cam Waters’ home town Mildura, Ewamian and Western Yelanji descendant Jedess Hudson has designed a piece symbolising the interconnection between all the elements on earth through the fluidity, power and ever-changing nature of water.

Thomas Randle’s Castrol Racing Ford Mustang will feature artwork by Jedess Hudson, who was inspired by a cause close to the driver’s heart. Centred around Randle’s commitment to raising awareness for better access to cancer and support treatments. ‘Journey’ highlights the resilience, healing and the community support shared by those effected by cancer.

James Courtney’s Snowy River Racing Ford Mustang is the most drastically different livery changing colours to a vibrant orange designed once again by Jedess Hudson. The artwork focuses on the nomadic nature of Indigenous people.

Another Jedess Hudson creation, Declan Fraser’s TRADIE Racing Mustang represents the skills of the resourceful craftsmen and women from her ancestry. These include hunting, fishing, tool-making, shelter construction and resource management.

Walkinshaw Andretti United

Kamilaroi artist Rhonda Sampson designed the liveries on both Walkinshaw Andretti United Ford Mustangs, with ‘Connected Communities’ for Chaz Mostert and ‘Under the Stars’ on Nick Percat’s. Optus commissioned the artwork for Mostert highlighting the company’s commitment to reconciliation and commitment to connecting all Australians. Percat’s highlights major sponsor NTI’s, which is committed to making a difference in the community and strengthening relationships with First Nations peoples.

Grove Racing

Penrite Racing revealed its livery alongside the factory Honda Australian Superbike Championship entry of Troy Herfoss. Melbourne Indigenous Transition School students designed the artworks being Modjarrki and Ankung Kunred.

Erebus Motorsport

Coca-Cola Racing by Erebus has an artwork created by Gunditjmara and Tiwi Islander Kiewa Austin-Rioli on its two entries highlighting strength and unity of the team. Lines and patterns across the side of the Camaros highlight the team’s journey as each member is represented by white circles.

Team 18

Fan have inspired the artwork created by Kalkadoon artist Chern’ee Sutton for Mark Winterbottom’s DEWALT Camaro. The main feature of the design is a sun with the community symbol in the centre representing wheels, while the rays signify the places Supercars race. Lines are also included to represent the communities and regions the team travels to, while kangaroo footprints are joined by those of emus representing a forward focus. A handprint is included to signify the traditional custodians of the land, a boomerang for the teams and dots the spectators.

Named ‘Travelling On Country’, the livery on Scott Pye’s Chevrolet Camaro was designed by Mayi artist Leah Cummins. Focused on travel and transport, the artwork features grey lines to represent roads, orange lines highlight communities sitting together, sharing stories as well as passion for knowledge of the land, while stars bring hope, optimism and dreams.

Brad Jones Racing

The R&J Batteries Camaro of Andre Heimgartner has been designed by the Mungabareena Aboriginal Corporation with the colour scheme reimagined to incorporate symbols of the local region around Albury, where the team is based. Yellow and white symbols on the door and roof symbolise meeting places, while wavy lines combined with dots highlight the landscape of the Murray Ovens Region.

Family is the focus of Bryce Fullwood’s livery, with the Mungabareena Aboriginal Corporation highlighting his father and sponsor Middy’s through the Middendorps, which is represented by a purple flower. An aqua green flower represents Elders in the community in respect of NAIDOC week’s theme, while the Murray River is highlighted in the design.

The Pizza Hut Chevrolet Camaro of Macauley Jones was also designed by the Mungabareena Aboriginal Corporation. Named ‘Googar’ or Goanna, which is one of the totems for the Wiradjuri people signifying strength across both physical and emotional planes.

An artwork designed by Goomeroi/Kamilaroi’s Eleanor Binge will feature on Jack Smith’s Chevrolet Camaro named ‘Journey’ and ‘Mother Nature’ is depicted on the top, with rail tracks to signify SCT.

Matt Stone Racing

Both Truck Assist Racing Chevrolet Camaros will feature the artwork of Kamilaroi woman Rhonda Sampson called ‘Under The Stars’. Representing parent company NTI’s values and work within Australian industries as well as highlighting a commitment to reconciliation. The roof depicts the team members within Truck Assist, while the stars, night sky and Southern Cross represents the company. The bonnet and roof incorporate the past, present and future.

PremiAir Racing

William Hewitt of Larrakia Country designed the artwork adorning both Nulon Racing Chevrolet Camaros. Inspired by nature and the essence of indigenous traditions, the artwork features red tones signifying the burning sun as well as flowing lines reflecting energy upon the dusty earth. Wite accents depict heat waves, with clouds moving across due to the Darwin area’s humidity. Black vibrations highlight the cultural roots of Australia’s Indigenous peoples.

Blanchard Racing Team

Focused on the Blanchard family, this livery was designed by Djerait artist Melissa Yaram Tipo featuring three saltwater crocodiles representing the three generations, which have passed on knowledge from one to the next. It also celebrates the NAIDOC Theme ‘For Our Elders’ through the dots around the crocodiles representing the people that have come before us.

Triple Eight Race Engineering Wildcard

Students of the Racing Together program have designed Zane Goddard’s livery centred on the heritage, history and traditions of the land custodians. It tells a story of rivers, pathways and animal tracks uniting to form a meeting place on the roof. A brown snake, sea eagle and crocodile are also featured as totems of the Larrakia people. The bonnet provides a secondary place for the motorsport community.