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Mobil 1 Boost Mobile Racing
03 JUL 2018
Fresh warpaint for Townsville
Mobil 1 Boost Mobile Racing has today launched a fresh new livery which Scott Pye and James Courtney will debut on the streets of Townsville this weekend.

The new warpaint is a reinvigoration of the original livery which has been seen throughout the first part of 2018, with a bright and fresh twist.

The striking gloss-white base is sure to be a standout on track, paired with the orange and black colour-scheme which has become synonymous with the team this year.

The livery will remain on the car for the next four rounds, including the first ever race at Tailem Bend on August 24-26.

It also means fans will be able to easily identify both cars under lights at the upcoming SuperNight race at Sydney Motorsport Park on August 4, when the series races at night for the first time since 2011, a race which James Courtney won.


MATHEW NILSSON CO-TEAM PRINCIPAL

"The new livery looks fantastic, it is sure to turn heads at Townville and beyond," Nilsson said.

"We've had extremely positive feedback on the car all year, so we didn't want to stray too far away from what we achieved there, but it's important for us to stay fresh and constantly evolve, and this is a wonderful way of doing it.

"We've had extremely positive feedback on the car all year, so we didn't want to stray too far away from what we achieved there, but it's important for us to stay fresh and constantly evolve, and this is a wonderful way of doing it.


BRUCE STEWART CO-TEAM PRINCIPAL

"Townsville is such an outstanding event and location with a really passionate crowd, so it's great to arrive with a fresh new look for everyone to see," Stewart said.

"Not only does the car look incredible, but it showcases our amazing and loyal group of partners.

"It was also important to have a car that is a standout for the upcoming SuperNight race. You definitely won't miss us under lights, that's for sure."
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