Middy’s Electrical pink returns in 2023, with Brad Jones Racing revealing the new look for Bryce Fullwood.
Fullwood will drive the #14 Middy’s BJR car in 2023, but swaps a Commodore for a Gen3 Camaro.
The new-look car has Middy’s signature pink and blue tones, with lightning highlighting the silhouette of the new car.
Prolac branding adorns the black bonnet. The livery itself was brought to life by PPG and 3M.
Middy’s Electrical has backed Fullwood for the majority of his career, from karting and into Super2 and, eventually, Supercars.
The 2019 Super2 champion’s car will also be supported by 3M, Coca-Cola, Coregas, Gliderol, Dunlop, GM, Hare and Forbes Machineryhouse, Lansvale Smash Repairs, Larsen Engineering, Mastercam, Mizuno, PPG, Summit, Speedflow, Topps, Unit and Wagga Motors.
Fullwood not only enters 2023 with a new car, but new drive after an exercise-filled off-season.
“I took the opportunity over the off season to invest in myself a bit and do some training ahead of Newcastle,” the 24-year-old said.
"Seeing the work the team is putting in to get ready for Gen3, I did the same.
“The Middy’s Electrical Camaro is yet another standout in the Supercars field, you really can’t miss it.
"It’ll be cool to get it in front of the fans and crowds in Newcastle.”
Team owner Jones added: "You really can’t look past the Middy’s Electrical Camaro, the car is a standout.
"It’s now an icon on the Supercars grid, the bright pink and blue car and this year’s version is the best yet.
“Middy’s Electrical are great partners and excellent to work with, our two businesses share common family values and trust in long lasting relationships, this can be evidenced in their support of Bryce since karting.
“I would also like to welcome Prolac to the team for four of our signature events; they will be front and centre on the bonnet of the Camaro.
“With the new car and Bryce and Phil having a year together already we are looking for a strong performance with this team in 2023.”
Fullwood’s car was the third to be unveiled by BJR after Macauley Jones’ Pizza Hut car and Jack Smith’s SCT Logistics Camaro.
“Both my cousin Co-Director Anton Middendorp and myself have been extremely impressed with how the #14 Middy’s Camaro has been built and prepared by BJR,” Nicholas Middendorp, Middy’s Electrical Director, said.
“We think the Camaro looks amazing; the Middy’s pink is always impossible to miss on the track.
“We would like to thank Brad Jones and his team’s efforts in getting the job done, it has been incredible.
“We are all very excited here at Middy’s to see both Bryce Fullwood and the #14 Middy’s Camaro out on the track at Newcastle.”
BJR will test all four of its new cars for the first time together at Winton Motor Raceway on Tuesday.
The 2023 Repco Supercars Championship will commence at the Thrifty Newcastle 500 on March 10-12.
Tickets are on sale on Supercars.com and Ticketek.com.