Tuesday, Feb 13 08:26am
AUTHOR: Matthew Hansen

Garry Rogers Motorsport warpaint revealed, Kiwi twist for Pither

The liveries for Garry Roger Motorsport's Virgin Australia Supercars Championship and Dunlop Super2 Development Series line-up have been revealed. 


The team's continued arrangement with Wilson Security and Valvoline results in a primarily red, white, and black Holden ZB Commodore livery in the 'main game' for drivers Garth Tander and James Golding plus Super2 driver Mason Barbera.


Kiwi Chris Pither meanwhile sports First Security backing, in a white, black, and blue livery featuring a traditional New Zealand fern motif.




“After the many years that I have spent in motorsport I certainly get a buzz when I see new cars roll out at the beginning of a new season,” said team owner Garry Rogers.


“As I get a “little” older I tend to reminisce a little more and seeing our shiny new race cars makes me think back to the old days when the car cover is pulled off the race car, hopefully a few new stickers were added for sponsors and after a hose off and chamois away we went!”




“It is important that as a Team that we have pride in our presentation and I am sure that when we see our 2018 cars on track all of the girls and boys at GRM and all of the staff at Wilson, Valvoline, PAYCE and Paynter and Dixon will be thrilled with the way they are being represented.


“Looks are certainly one thing, but performance is what really matters, and I have enormous faith in all my staff. I can’t wait for the season to start!”


The team prepare for their first 2018 test tomorrow at Winton Motor Raceway, ahead of the season opening Adelaide 500.