Tuesday, Feb 11 09:18am
AUTHOR: Zane Shackleton

MSR pulls covers off new-look Holden

Matt Stone Racing and Garry Jacobson have become the latest inductees into the recent flow of 2020 Supercar livery reveals.

Jacobson will sport the Yellow Cover Insurance sponsorship livery for 2020 after MSR negotiated a deal with logistics specialists NTI.

Jacobson will be teamed up with the UNIT clothing Commodore revealed yesterday shared by Zane Goddard and Jake Kostecki.

The awe-gazing array of colours upon the new #35 machine will make Jacobson and MSR hard to miss in the pitlane come the new season.

“To have a company such as YellowCover powered by NTI onboard and working with us on such a broad program is a big win for the team,” said team owner Matt Stone.

“This fantastic brand shows a lot of interest in Australian motorsport and really knows how to engage with the fans.”

Garry Jacobson joins MSR after the departure of Todd Hazelwood to the Brad Jones Racing outfit post the end of 2019.

It was a tough year for Jacobson last season. Racing as the fourth entry for Kelly racing in the Nissan Altima, the Victorian found himself without a drive when team owner Todd Kelly decided to run a two-car team with the Mustang for 2020.

Both Jacobson and Stone are excited for the opportunity that lies ahead for the new season.

“For us it’s all about stability and growth, so to go into 2020 with a locked in naming rights partner is really good for the whole team,” said Stone.

The Superloop Adelaide 500 hosts Round 1 of the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship on February 20-23.


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