Todd Hazelwood’s Brut Military Grade virtual livery will be transformed into reality for this weekend’s Supercars return at Sydney Motorsport Park.
The striking camouflage design was donned by the #14 Brad Jones Racing Commodore across five rounds of the BP Supercars All Star Eseries which Hazelwood steered to 13th in the standings and included a standout podium at the Circuit of the Americas.
“The e-series was a great success for Supercars and BJR,” said Angus Booth, Divisional Manager of Personal Care.
“The Brut Military Grade car looked amazing and I can’t wait to see the car in real life in Sydney. We are so excited to have Todd as a Brut ambassador and be partnered with BJR.
“BJR and Brut are both family owned Australian businesses and share similar values of Aussie mateship, hard work and having a laugh, which is why we are proud to continue our support with Todd and BJR for the Supercars first round back at Sydney Motorsport Park.”
Hazelwood comes into SMP 14th in the standings after collecting 13th and 14th place finishes in February’s Adelaide 500.
2020 marks Hazelwood’s first season with BJR after six seasons with Matt Stone Racing in both Super2 and the main game.
The 24-year-old added his praise for his new livery.
“I’m pumped to be getting behind the wheel of this camo designed livery, it looked sick in virtual form for the five rounds of the Eseries and it’s going to look unreal in the flesh.
“I hope I can restart the year on a positive note and get some good results.”
Alongside its partnership with Brut, BJR also announced Speedflow and Mongrel Boots will be on board with Todd BP Ultimate Sydney SuperSprint.
The revsied two-day format will feature three 130km and a Top 15 shootout starting this Saturday.
Incumbent series champion Scott McLaughlin enters the round atop of the standings, 27-points ahead of Red Bull’s Jamie Whincup.