The livery has been designed to reflect the SuperNight lights
“I think teams will be thinking a lot about set-up heading into this event,” he said.
“No one will know quite what to expect from the new surface.
“From cutting a few laps there recently, I noticed the kerbing has changed and a few of the bumps are gone.
“We will be changing the way we attack a few of the corners.
“With the extra grip of the new surface the lap times could be broken, and there is more potential for people to do longer stints on the tyres, changing up the strategies that we will see during the races.
“I’m excited to get back across to Perth and get the weekend underway.”