“I’m so excited to become a Brut ambassador for 2020 and have the backing of Brut Military Grade on the #14.
“I can lose a few kilos in a Supercar when racing as it’s hard work physically and that comes out in sweat. Brut Military Grade will be keeping me feeling fresh at SMSP.”
Brut divisional manager of personal care Angus Booth is keen to see his company’s branding in action at Eastern Creek as the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship resumes.
“The Eseries was a great success for Supercars and BJR. The Brut Military Grade car looked amazing and I can’t wait to see the car in real life in Sydney,” he said.
“We are so excited to have Todd as a Brut ambassador and be partnered with BJR.
“Brut is all about having the confidence to back yourself and we can’t wait to see Todd in action.
“BJR and Brut are both family-owned Australian businesses and share similar values of Aussie mateship, hard work and having a laugh, which is why we are proud to continue our support with Todd and BJR for the Supercars’ first round back at Sydney Motorsport Park.”
Speedflow and Mongrel Boots will also come aboard Hazelwood’s Holden for the BP Ultimate Sydney SuperSprint starting Saturday.
The 2017 Dunlop Super2 Series winner sits 14th in the standings following two midfield results at the Adelaide season-opener.