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Off the back of his most successful year in Supercars, Bryce Fullwood is charging into the new season with the latest Middy’s Electrical livery.
The #14 Camaro has received a fresh lick of pink paint, thanks to PPG, and is revving to go.
The livery was revealed outside the purpose-built Middy’s Albury, one of the newest among 100+ Middy’s branches nationwide, each highlighting Middy’s traditional pink.
Familiar in style, Fullwood’s Camaro’s wrap brings the fan-favourite colours into the new season.
Adorning the panels of the ZL1 are the distinctive lightning patterns, applied diligently with 3M vinyl.
2024 marks the 12th-year of partnership between Fullwood and Middy’s, with the organisation supporting his journey from karting all the way through to Supercars.
Middy’s is Australia’s largest family owned and independent electrical wholesaler and the ethos of the business blends perfectly with the family-values of Brad Jones Racing.
Fullwood enters his third year as part of the BJR squad, having found his feet with engineer Phil Keed during the previous season.
Last year, the Darwin-born driver, finishing eleventh, had his best season yet in Supercars.
He is now eagerly looking for more success, narrowly missing out on a top-ten finish in the drivers’ championship, despite being inside the top ten coming into the last round.
Fullwood, like his Camaro, comes into the new year refreshed, reinvigorated and ready to pick up the charge.
Coca-Cola, Coregas, Hare and Forbes Machineryhouse, Lansvale Smash Repairs, Laser Machines, Mack Trucks, Mastercam, Mongrel Boots, PPG, Summit, Speedflow, Unit, TRG Transport, Wagga Motors, Southern Contracting Group and Sparco will all feature on the #14 Camaro.
Winton Motor Raceway will be the scene of the first official test day for the year on February 7, while racing will get underway at the Bathurst 500 (February 23-25).
Supercars driver, #14 Middy’s Electrical Camaro
“Looking at the Middy’s Camaro and I can’t wait to just get into it. I think we left 2023 with some unfinished business and I’m just keen to get racing again.
“It’s a looker for sure, the car was stunning on track and I’m excited to keep the same style, you don’t want to change when you’ve got a good thing going.
“Middy’s has an iconic style and that’s really down to how great their branding is. I’m so thankful for all the support I get from everyone there, especially from Nicholas and Anton Middendorp. They’ve made it possible for me to go racing for the last 12 years and I am so grateful to them for that.
“We had some really good moments last year, Phil Keed, [engineer] and I were able to really gel and that’s very important to get right. So we’ve got all the basics down and it’s time to just get going.”
Team owner, Brad Jones Racing
“Middy’s felt for this year there’s no reason to make big wholesale changes to a livery that’s already captured the fans’ attention, you certainly can’t miss it on circuit.
“Bryce and the team made really positive progress in the championship last year and I am looking forward to seeing what can be done to build on that in 2024.
“Middy’s is an incredible partner to work with and we have many exciting projects in the pipeline again for this year.”
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