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SCT Logistics has unveiled a meaningful and stunning livery for the Repco Supercars Championship Indigenous Round (June 16-18).
Jack Smith’s Chevrolet Camaro will be adorned by the designs of Goomeroi/Kamilaroi artist Elenore Binge and her piece ‘Journey’.
‘Journey’ was commissioned by the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) within its Reconciliation Action Plan in 2021.
The concept takes striking elements from within Binge’s outstanding design and pulls them together across the SCT Logistics Camaro in a stunning effect.
‘Mother Earth’ is depicted on the rooftop of the #4 Camaro, with Australia outlined by blue and brown dotted lines.
Depicted across the front and rear of the car are the railway tracks which ARTC and SCT Logistics operate on.
ARTC and SCT Logistics work together closely, with SCT’s near 50 year history in rail freight, and Binge’s artwork is a perfect fit for the SCT Logistics Camaro over the Indigenous round.
SCT Logistics aligns and believes in ARTC’s reconciliation action, which is endorsed by Reconciliation Australia.
Supercars’ Indigenous Round is part of the Darwin Triple Crown at Hidden Valley Raceway.
Supercars driver, #4 SCT Motorsport Camaro
“Being able to have such a meaningful design on the SCT Motorsport Camaro for the Indigenous Round is cool.
“The link from ARTC to SCT Logistics is great to have as well and I’m honnoured to have a livery that means so much to so many different people.
“I can’t wait to get it in front of the fans at Hidden Valley, it will be a special moment to see the SCT Motorsports car on the grid for Indigenous round.”
“I’m extremely excited for my artwork to feature on the Supercar again for this year’s Indigenous Round.
“Thank you to SCT Motorsport for giving me the honour again. The design looks amazing and good luck this year.
To showcase my Indigenous Culture and the ARTC Journey artwork is another great achievement for me. It makes me very Proud to involve my Heritage in the Indigenous Round.”
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