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MSR reveals Team PPQ Townsville livery

Supercars
02 Jul
Matt Stone Racing has taken the covers off Cameron Hill's new-look Team PPQ livery
2 mins by James Pavey
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  • MSR reveals Team PPQ Townsville livery

  • Cameron Hill to carry Personalised Plates Queensland colours

  • Hill, Nick Percat Supercars to carry personalised plates

Matt Stone Racing has taken the covers off Cameron Hill's new-look Team PPQ livery for the NTI Townsville 500.

Hill will carry Personalised Plates Queensland (PPQ) colours for this week's Townsville round, which is the sixth of the 2024 season.

The new livery was teased last week, as MSR announced its partnership with PPQ.

Hill's own personalised plates feature the front and rear of the #4 Chevrolet Camaro, with Nick Percat's #4 Bendix Camaro to also feature a personalised plate.

The Percat Indigenous livery, which topped the fan poll in Darwin, will also return.

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“It’s great to see the partnership with PPQ come to life on the Car #4 livery for Townsville,” team owner Stone said.

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“Having come from a family of car enthusiasts, and having personalised plates in our arsenal already, it’s great to have an iconic Queensland brand come on board and support our racing.

“The livery looks fantastic and it’s cool to have two blue cars for the trip to north Queensland with Car #10 remaining in it’s Indigenous livery, which won the fan vote.

“Coming off the back of a double top-ten result in Darwin, and rolling into Townsville where we had great pace last year in qualifying, we’re really excited to see if we can put it all together and get on the podium in our home state.”

Second-year driver Hill added: “Our Townsville Team PPQ livery looks awesome.

“The colours really pop and I have my own personalised plate on the car, which is unique.

“Looking forward to seeing the car on track up north, we’ll be pushing for some good results as a team.”

On-track action in Townsville begins Friday.

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