Tickford Racing has pulled the covers off the #44 Ford Mustang former series champion James Courtney will pilot for the rest of the season under the Boost Mobile Racing name.
The 2010 champion had originally inked a deal to race with pitlane rivals Team Sydney for 2020, only to leave the squad after the season-opening Adelaide 500 following contract disagreements.
Courtney was then ushered into Tickford following 23Red Racing seeing title sponsor Milwaukee walk away from the team and being compelled to exit the sport.
The 39-year-old will sport the traditional Boost Mobile silver reminiscent to the livery he donned back in Adelaide.
“The car looks amazing,” said Courtney.
“The team and Boost Mobile Racing have done an awesome job getting everything prepared.
“We’re ready to go and ready to get our new partnership off to a strong start. I can’t wait to get behind the wheel and get out on the track.
“I’m definitely excited to get back on track for some real racing and even more so to be making my debut with Tickford in the Boost Mobile Ford Mustang.
“It’ll be pretty full-on but the team had a great start to the year, so I’m confident I can get myself up to speed and we can get off to a good start this weekend.”
The Virgin Australia Supercars Championship returns to action over June 27-28 with the BP Ultimate Sydney SuperSprint from Sydney Motorsport Park.