Striking new virtual look for Goddard

  • Supercars All Stars Eseries
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  • 09/06/2020
  • By Connor O'Brien

Zane Goddard will sport a black and red paint scheme for the final round of the BP Supercars All Stars Eseries tomorrow night.


Having run in black, orange, green and white in recent rounds, the 20-year-old’s #34 Commodore will get a makeover for Round 10 action at Oran Park and Bathurst.

On top of UNIT Workwear branding, the car will carry a “Support Aussie Stores” message on its bonnet and roof, encouraging fans to get behind homegrown businesses.

“We’re stoked to finish off the Eseries with a new look and a simple yet important message of support for local stores and businesses,” said UNIT marketing manager Toby Lynch.

“Supercars has done a great job of providing a platform for us to continue to race virtually while the rest of the sporting world has stopped.

“Away from the sport, there are plenty out there doing it tough.

“We encourage our fans and fans of the sport in general to shop locally and get to know the businesses and retailers that tie their communities together, many of which are family-owned and run.”

Goddard’s Matt Stone Racing teammates Garry Jacobson and Jake Kostecki will also run revised liveries tomorrow night.

The Eseries finale will feature two 150-point races, with Shane van Gisbergen and Scott McLaughlin the last two drivers standing in the title fight.

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