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At first glance the #4 SCT Logistics Supercar may seem familiar but look a little closer and there are some very distinct differences for season 2022.
As Jack Smith heads into his third full time season in the main series, confidence is running high with a consistent finishing rate in 2021 and an outstanding result at the Tasmania SuperSprint qualifying in the top 10.
The SCT Logistics Supercar will hit the track tomorrow for the first test of the season at Winton Raceway boasting the familiar SCT Livery armed with a more aggressive black front and back end.
The design is sharper, ready for business — much like Smith himself.
“Heading into a new season it’s a great chance to double down on what we want to achieve this year and I have some very clear goals in mind as to where we’d like to be running,” Smith said.
“We have a really tight knit operation within BJR and having the consistent support of our great group of sponsors and of course the fans is what drives us. We’re all hoping to be able to get in some good, quality racing this season.
“We’ve all been working really hard in the off-season and we’re looking forward to converting that preparation into some consistent results.”
SCT Motor Sports are also pleased to announce that Liberty, Randstad, Velocity Truck Centres, WashIt Australia, Gemco Rail and Huski Construction will partner SCT Logistics for 2022.
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