DJR uncovers iconic colours for 2024

14 Feb
Dick Johnson Racing has officially launched its 2024 Supercars campaign with a refreshed Shell V-Power Racing Team livery
3 mins by James Pavey
  • DJR uncovers refreshed livery for 2024

  • Shell V-Power naming rights return for eighth season

  • Anton De Pasquale, Will Davison return for fourth season

Dick Johnson Racing has officially launched its 2024 Supercars campaign with a refreshed Shell V-Power Racing Team livery.

Anton De Pasquale and Will Davison will form the team’s driver line-up for a fourth season, and will carry a tweaked Shell V-Power livery.

The famous red, yellow and white return for an eighth straight season since Shell V-Power first carried naming rights in 2017.

Between 2017 and 2023, the iconic colours have been taken to three drivers' championships, a Bathurst victory and over 60 race wins.

The new look is an evolution of the 2023 livery, with this year’s scheme featuring red sills, along with white and yellow additions to the front splitter.

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Both Shell V-Power Mustangs will carry backing from partners Viva Energy Australia, 4Ddoors, Doric, DXC Technology, Ford, INC Sports Nutrition, Penske Australia & New Zealand, Pirtek, Pivotel, Repco, Rheem Australia, Three Threes, WM Waste and RoadX Tyres.

"As we look to attack the 2024 season, the Shell V-Power Racing Team is excited to unveil a livery that embodies the core of our racing DNA,” Shell V-Power Racing Team CEO David Noble said.

"While our livery may be familiar, it signifies our team's rich history, legacy, and unwavering commitment to excellence. 

"Throughout the off-season, our dedicated team has been driven to improve from the lessons learned, emerging with a stronger resolve to hunt success this year. Heading into this season, our direction is clear, return to the top.” 

De Pasquale and Davison finished eighth and 10th overall last season, and combined for four podiums and a pole, headlined by De Pasquale’s win in Townsville.


Famous team owner Johnson was excited to get into the new season at Mount Panorama, leaving behind what proved a difficult 2023 campaign.

“We’ve just come out of a really tough year, 2023 was probably the toughest year we’ve had in a long, long time,” the Supercars Hall of Famer said.

“But a lot of hard work has been done by our team in the off season and I’m really looking forward to getting back into it, especially at Bathurst. 

"I think things have been equalised pretty well and I believe that we will back fighting up the front.”  

De Pasquale said: "2024 is shaping up to be a big year and I’m super pumped to back on the racetrack with Shell V-Power Racing Team. 

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"I think we’ll have a tight championship battle ahead of us and we will be fighting hard to be amongst the top of it consistently throughout the year.”

Davison added: “This time of year is always exciting as we count down to the first race of the season. 

"Last year was challenging, but our team has worked exceptionally hard over the off season and we’re coming back fighting in 2024. 

"I can’t wait to be back on track again soon and am very proud to, once again, be competing in the iconic No.17 Shell V-Power Mustang.” 

The new season will commence at the Thrifty Bathurst 500 on February 23-25. Tickets are on sale now.

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