Race 28 2023 Repco Supercars Championship - Vailo 500 For the second year succession, the…
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Coco Chanel may have said: “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off” but we’re certain she would never have said that about a race car.
Australia fell in love with the BJR Middy’s Racing #14 car of Bryce Fullwood at Sydney Motorsport Park so it was time to take it up a notch with the release of Fullwood’s “day” livery.
The blue and pink from SMSP will be repeated for racing under lights this season, while the stunning Middy’s Pink is set to become (in our opinion) the best-looking car on the track for 2022!
Middy’s Director Nicholas Middendorp said the distinctive pink that Middy’s is so well known for was the obvious choice for the livery that will feature for the bulk of the 2022 Repco Supercars Championship season.
“Middy’s has been a long-standing supporter of Bryce from his early racing days and we are proud to be able to continue this 10 year relationship with his move to BJR.
“The blue and pink of the night livery was stunning. But I think everyone will agree this car is a showstopper!”
Team Owner Brad Jones said Middy’s core values of being a family-owned and run organisation were echoed at BJR and the design of the two different liveries for the 2022 season had been a highlight of the season so far.
“The car looks simply sensational and I really have to commend the whole team who not only do such an amazing job every race weekend but work so hard to turn out the cars looking as good as they do.”
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