Tuesday, Feb 11 08:34pm
AUTHOR: Zane Shackleton

Mostert's first Holden Livery unveiled

It’s an all-new look for Chaz Mostert as the covers are removed on the #25 Walkinshaw Andretti United Commodore.

2020 marks the first year that Mostert will be not be racing a Ford-powered car, being a part of both Ford Performance Racing and Dick Johnson since his debut to the main game in 2013.

WAU inked a deal with both Mobil 1 and Appliances Online to continue their presence as title sponsors into the new season.

The car itself sports a myriad of different shades of blue with the infamous plain white bonnet remaining.


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Mostert’s defection to Holden for 2020 came as a surprise to much of the paddock.

WAU undoubtedly struggled last year to string together consistently strong results, while Mostert finished fifth in the standings with Tickford, including taking a memorable victory at Albert Park.

“It’s fantastic to welcome back Appliances Online for 2020, and to have the Mobil 1 Appliances Online Racing No. 25 revealed to the public,” said WAU director Ryan Walkinshaw.


“We can’t thank John Winning and the entire Winning Group enough for their show of support after a great few months together at the end of 2019.


“It’s great to once again connect with a family business, sharing the same ethos as we do here, as well as Michael (Andretti) and Zak (Brwon) internationally.


“We hope to give them the same legendary service, on and off the track, that they offer their customers Australia wide.”


Despite joining a brand new team for 2020, Mostert will have the comfort of being guided by faithful engineer Adam De Borre who has jumped ship with the Victorian driver.


Mostert’s first taste of the #25 Commodore will come much sooner than anticipated with a shakedown due to be held tomorrow at Phillip Island.