Supercheap Auto and Triple Eight Race Engineering have unveiled the Supercars livery for Russell Ingall and Broc Feeney’s Repco Bathurst 1000 wildcard entry.
The livery adds an Australian flag, denoting Supercheap Auto’s local background. It also features support from the likes of Bendix, ToolPRO, Armour All, and Century Batteries.
“The Supercheap Auto Bathurst Supercar looks fantastic and we are proud to unveil the final race livery with our fans and team. It looks racey and I can’t wait to see it at Mount Panorama,” says Supercheap Auto CEO Benjamin Ward.
“Today is about bringing our team together, sharing our passion for Bathurst and our continued commitment to Australian motorsport.
“We are proudly Australian owned and the team environment we have built around our long-term commitment to the sport is quite incredible and worth celebrating.
“This wildcard with Russell and Broc takes our partnership with The Great Race to a new level and we’re excited to be reuniting with our fans at Bathurst come December.”
The wildcard entry holds particular interest following the announcement that Feeney will replace Jamie Whincup at Red Bull Ampol Racing next year, slotting the teenager into arguably the most coveted seat in the series.
For Ingall, meanwhile, the campaign ends a five-year hiatus from Supercars, having last competed in the category in 2016 with Rick Kelly at Nissan Motorsport. The 2005 series champ is a two-time Bathurst 1000 winner, emerging victorious with Larry Perkins in 1995 and 1997.