Kelly Grove Racing has taken the covers off Andre Heimgartner’s #7 NED Whiskey Racing Ford Mustang Supercar.
Heimgartner returns for a fourth season with the Braeside team, which welcomes new driver David Reynolds, Penrite Oil, and investment from the Grove Group.
The 2021 Repco Supercars Championship marks the second year of partnership between Heimgartner and NED Whisky.
Penrite comes onboard as a major backer of the #7 with significant branding on the rear quarter and front bumper positions.
Both NED Whisky and Penrite are Australian-owned, along witg Sutton Tools, ACL Bearings, Eastern Plant Hire, and UNIT Workwear.
The predominantly white livery was produced by the team with its official paint and vinyl graphics partners PPG, Graphic Art Mart and Arlon.
With Penrite coming onboard, the #7 has been tweaked from its 2020 look, with more black and bronze appearing on the Mustang.
Heimgartner will enter 2021 chasing a maiden victory, having claimed two podiums and a maiden pole position in 2021.
The 25-year-old will commence his 2021 campaign at the Repco Mt Panorama 500. Tickets are on sale now.