BJR, Pizza Hut reveal winning hand-drawn livery

22 Nov
10-year-old Grace Lewis has designed the livery Macauley Jones will race in Adelaide
2 mins by James Pavey
  • BJR and Pizza Hut reveal winning hand-drawn livery for Jones Camaro

  • 10-year-old Grace Lewis designed special Adelaide livery

  • Lewis' mother is also a volunteer at the Adelaide 500

Brad Jones Racing and Pizza Hut have revealed the winning hand-drawn livery that Macauley Jones will race at this weekend’s VAILO Adelaide 500.

BJR and Pizza Hut called on fans design the livery for the #96 Chevrolet Camaro for the 2023 season finale.

Grace Lewis, 10, stood out among nearly 60 versions of the Pizza Hut Racing Camaro.

Her design features Pizza Hut logos patterned across the Camaro, with Lewis even reproducing the retro versions of the logo of her own.

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“I can’t believe I’ve won the whole thing,” Lewis said.

"I worked really hard on the design, and I can’t wait to see it in real life at the race.

"My favourite driver is Macauley Jones so I am over the moon he will be driving the car I designed."

Lewis has ties to Supercars — her mother, Leah, is a volunteer at the VAILO Adelaide 500. Not only did she win the design competition, Lewis won tickets to the event and a BJR merchandise pack. 


“Watching Grace’s drawing come to life on our car is pretty cool — it’s just like if she drew it herself on the Pizza Hut Camaro,” Jones said.

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“She’s obviously a dedicated and passionate Supercars fan and it’s awesome being able to have her drawing on the car. She should be so proud of what she’s achieved.

“I can’t wait to meet her and give her a tour of our garage in Adelaide. It’ll be quite cool to see her beside her own livery design.

“When Pizza Hut launched this competition we weren’t sure what to expect and it’s cool to be able to race Grace’s hand drawn art.” 

Simon Stocks, Pizza Hut Director Of Marketing and Digital, added: "Grace's entry truly touched our hearts.

“Her unwavering dedication, even while juggling school commitments, exemplifies the passion that fuels Supercars fans.

"It was a no-brainer for us to showcase her adorable work on our car, embodying our commitment to bringing Supercars fans and our customers closer together.”

Lewis’ special Pizza Hit livery will hit the track for the first time on Thursday. Tickets for the VAILO Adelaide 500 are on sale now.

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