Erebus Academy driver Jobe Stewart will be tackling tonight’s Cash Converters Supercars Eseries featuring a brand-new Erebus Garage livery.
Erebus Motorsport’s streetcar arm, Erebus Garage, will be showcased on the #9 Holden Commodore when the Pro Series grid heads to Phillip Island on Wednesday night.
Throughout this year’s Eseries, Stewart’s liveries have mimicked the rolling sponsorship donned by Will Brown throughout the 2021 Repco Supercars Championship.
Now the Academy driver is set for a new livery of his own, bearing the Erebus Garage logo.
“Initially conceived during COVID lockdown in 2020, Erebus Garage is an exciting and natural extension of our business,” Erebus CEO Barry Ryan said.
“We have some of the best mechanics, fabricators and designers all under one roof, so we are able to provide a top quality service.
“There are definite crossovers between the team’s race fans and Garage customers, so it’s a no-brainer to use the platform to promote the other arm of our business and its capabilities.
“We are always taking on new projects and on the hunt to find that old forgotten classic that’s been covered for 50 years, and can provide a solution for those individuals that just aren’t sure where to begin."
Their most recent work includes a custom auto conversion for Erebus boss Betty Klimenko’s 1959 Corvette, as well as Scott Pye’s 1956 Ford F100 truck.
Stewart will head to Phillip Island with teammate Jarrad Filsell for the Pro Series, with the drivers sitting 17th and 2nd in the series respectively.