Fresh Dunlop Super2 Series liveries have been unveiled as the countdown continues to the opening round in Adelaide next week.
Matt Stone Racing has revealed the Middy’s Data & Electrical colours that will be worn by Bryce Fullwood’s ex-DJR Team Penske Ford.
The Queensland-based MSR is running the Ford alongside its reigning Super2 title winning Triple Eight Holden, to be driven by rookie Tyler Greenbury, this season.
MSR’s unique two-marque attack is on top of its step into the main game with Todd Hazelwood, who will race a sister Falcon to Fullwood’s.
Hazelwood has been helping former MW Motorsport Nissan driver Fullwood acclimatise to the Ford.
"We've had two test days to get to know the car going into Adelaide, but as a new car to the team and myself I'm sure it'll take a little while to figure the car out and get an understanding of it,” said the 19-year-old Northern Territorian.
Although learning the Falcon, Fullwood has three full Super2 seasons under his belt and enters 2018 as one of the favourites.
Another multi-car squad, Eggleston Motorsport, has also shown off new looks for two of its entries.
The Victorian-based team expands to four cars in 2018, with incumbents Will Brown, Paul Dumbrell and Nathan Morcom joined by Kiwi Dominic Storey.
Storey, formerly with Eggleston’s GT team, will carry backing from Australian textiles company Autex aboard an ex-Tekno Autosports Holden, raced by Will Davison last year.
Morcom meanwhile continues for a second season at Eggleston with support from family company Direct Plaster Outlet.
A 23-car Dunlop Super2 Series grid is set to line up in Adelaide, contesting three 19 lap races across the weekend.