Tekno Autosports’ Holden Commodore will compete in the Adelaide 500 with primary backing from signage partner SS Signs.
The team is celebrating its 100th round this weekend, having debuted as a standalone operation at Abu Dhabi in 2011.
Tekno has been heavily revamped over the off-season, with a new car from Triple Eight, rookie driver Jack Le Brocq, manager Adrian Burgess and fresh crew.
Team owner Jonathon Webb says the SS Signs branding, added overnight, comes as part of a newly formed vehicle aesthetics venture for his Tekno Performance road car business.
SS Signs is a long-time partner of the race team and from April will operate out of Tekno’s expansive Yatala, Queensland, workshop.
“The SS Signs team are professionals and perfectionists,” he said.
“Tekno have had a successful and rewarding relationship with SS and we are proud to be able to share their services in house with Tekno Performance customers.
“We have achieved some great looking racing liveries together since 2011 and I look forward to announcing our major partner in the coming weeks with the assistance of the SS team.“
Director of SS Signs and Vehicle Wraps, Steve Lambourne, added: “Tekno have showcased the SS Team’s ability to dynamically represent graphics on racing and still products through their Supercars Championship campaign and Performance road car program.
“We are excited to work with Tekno in house, we look forward to producing exciting racing liveries and customer vehicles.”