Kelly Racing has unveiled the RABBLE.club Nissan Altima that Garry Jacobson will campaign in his rookie Virgin Australia Supercars Championship season.
Jacobson moves to the main game after six Dunlop Super2 Series seasons, which included a title in 2016.
The RABBLE branding, meanwhile, shifts to Kelly Racing this year after backing Richie Stanaway and Tickford Racing in the latter half of 2018.
Billed as a “health and wellness movement”, RABBLE was also a personal sponsor of Jacobson last season, when he campaigned an Altima in Super2.
"The RABBLE.club car looks amazing, and I can’t wait to get behind the wheel at Phillip Island," said Jacobson.
"This is a dream come true and I can’t wait to get the testing and then season underway.”
Jacobson will join his 23 Supercars rivals on track at Phillip Island today for the official pre-season test.
Liveries for Rick Kelly and Simona De Silvestro have already been released by Kelly Racing, with Andre Heimgartner to carry an interim scheme at Phillip Island.