MSR launches first 2024 enduro livery

22 Jun
Cameron Hill and Cameron Crick will have a new look for enduro season
  • Matt Stone Racing launches enduro livery

  • MSR livery features SP Tools return

  • Cameron Hill will be joined by Super2 driver Cameron Crick

SP Tools will return to the Supercars grid in style with Matt Stone Racing for the Sandown 500 and Bathurst 1000 later this year.

The SP Tools branding will feature as the naming rights partner — for the first time since 2016 — on Cameron Hill and Cameron Crick’s #4 Chevrolet Camaro for the enduro rounds.

MSR will also close out the season in SP Tools colours on Hill’s car at the Adelaide 500 finale.

It comes as MSR celebrates the return of the iconic car #4 to the Stone family team this year and 20 years since the dominant SBR era.


“It’s good to have an event for all of our local partners to come into the workshop to celebrate the return of SP Tools to naming rights." team owner Stone said.

"I think the Car #4 livery looks great and I can’t wait to see it on the Supercar closer to Sandown.

"SP Tools are one of our founding partners and for them to jump onboard in a year which marks 20 years since SBR’s dominant era and to be on the iconic Car #4 is really fitting. We’re looking forward to maximising results over the enduro season.”


As excitement builds following the co-driver announcement of Crick yesterday, the livery was unveiled to team partners this afternoon.


The team’s show car was wrapped in the SP Tools Supercar design specially for the event.

SP Tools is a founding partner of Matt Stone Racing, with this news marking the next step in the journey together.

“We are back! After many years as a naming rights sponsor with the Stone family, we think the timing is perfect to put the SP Tools brand back on the side of a Matt Stone Racing Camaro." SP Tools CEO Tom Tucker said.

"We look forward to what MSR and Cam Hill can achieve as the rest of the year unfolds. The car looks great and we already know it’s fast. It’s now just a matter of time before Cam Hill and Cam Crick are standing on the podium. Let’s hope they can do that carrying the SP Tools brand.”

The relationship goes back to the aforementioned dominant SBR era of 20 years ago, with SP Tools support carrying through to the iconic Shane van Gisbergen SBR car in 2012.

The SP Tools livery will feature on Car #4 for the first time at the Sandown 500 (September 13-15) followed by the Bathurst 1000 (October 10-13).

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