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Liveries galore as Supercars squads close in on group test

As the season draws to just a month away and the group test for all Supercars teams is in just eight days time, the liveries have started making an appearance.

The Repco Garage has completed a re-cap of all the released liveries from the past few days headlined by Walkinshaw Andretti United’s first as a Ford operation.


It’s a changing of the guard at Clayton as the once famous factory Holden team has gone to the Blue Oval for the Gen3 era and what a stunning transformation.


Having already completed shakedowns for two of its four Mustangs including the one below, Tickford Racing has only revealed one livery so far. Cameron Waters’ Mustang completed a shakedown, but in carbon less stickers and yet, race cars just look better in this fashion. Don’t you think?


Still continuing its orange and black theme courtesy of support from Truck Assist, the two Chevrolet Camaros of Jack Le Brocq and full-time debutant Cameron Hill are striking. Definitely one of the best looking liveries to be revealed so far.


A change of branding, but still within the Stanley Black and Decker family for Mark Winterbottom ensures a change of colours. Scott Pye will again have changing major support for 2023, but Hino returns for Newcastle.


All four Chevrolet Camaros for Brad Jones Racing have been revealed starting with Macauley Jones in his Pizza Hut example, as the fast food giant signed a multi-year deal to sponsor the young driver. Jack Smith returns as well in a throwback livery featuring stripes, with Bryce Fullwood in his usual Middy’s pink, purple and dark blue hues leaving Andre Heimgartner enjoying the continued support of R&J Batteries.