Matt Stone Racing has unveiled its twin Truck Assist Chevrolet Camaros for Jack Le Brocq and Cameron Hill.
Le Brocq and rookie Hill will lead MSR into the Gen3 era, with the team building new Supercars for 2023.
The Truck Assist Camaros were revealed at the headquarters of another MSR partner, Zarraffas Coffee in Beenleigh.
The two cars are chassis MSR03 and MSR04 respectively for Hill and Le Brocq.
Truck Assist is back for a second season as naming rights sponsor, the car carrying a new orange and black scheme.
The livery has been brought to life by SS Signs and PPG.
SupaGlass, which hails from Hill’s hometown of Canberra, has also joined the team, as has electrical and home appliance retailer Retravision.
2023 is the sixth season in the main game for MSR, and the fourth as a two-car team.
“Truck Assist is a young brand with a huge market share in their space already,” Stone said.
“Our partnership works because we share values, ambition grows, and our target markets are so intertwined.
“The way Truck Assist goes about its business is also in line with how we like to operate at MSR – they know the value of hard work and professionalism but there’s also a sense of fun within the brand.
“We’re really hopeful that the livery on our brand new Gen3 Camaros showcases this in 2023 and, together with Truck Assist and our other hugely supportive partners, we’re looking forward to seeing just what we can do together this season.
"We’re also thrilled to have the continuing support of our loyal partners: Coregas, SP Tools, PPG. SS Signs, UNIT & DAF.
"The guys have been working hard while the Gen3 build has been happening and we’re really excited to see how we can draw on the collective talents of the team as we embark on what is going to be an exciting year."
Truck Assist General Manager Alan Hasted added: "Never has there been a more highly anticipated season of Supercars.
"We’re proud to be returning with a team that is committed to giving it all they’ve got – with new cars and new driver line-up.
“The new livery looks phenomenal. There’s no chance of missing them on the track. It’s great to see the Truck Assist brand come to life once again.
"We can’t wait to see the new Gen3 in action."
MSR will test again at Queensland Raceway on Thursday February 16.
The 2023 Repco Supercars Championship will commence at the Thrifty Newcastle 500on March 10-12.
Tickets are on sale on Supercars.com and Ticketek.com.