Jack Le Brocq shifting from MSR to Erebus in 2024
MSR gifts Le Brocq with special artwork by young artist
Le Brocq won MSR's first race at Hidden Valley
Matt Stone Racing has given departing driver Jack Le Brocq a special send-off present, courtesy of an award-winning artist.
Le Brocq is off to Erebus Motorsport in 2024, replacing Triple Eight-bound Will Brown.
The 31-year-old’s final season with MSR was a career-best campaign for the Victorian, who won from pole in Darwin.
The pole and win were MSR’s first in the Repco Supercars Championship in what was the team’s fifth season in the main game.
Le Brocq held a top 10 position for much of the season before he eventually came home in 12th.
Ahead of his move to Erebus, Le Brocq was gifted a special piece of art, which features different angles of his Truck Assist Camaro.
MSR commissioned the artwork to award-winning teenage artist Rose Hendricks, who operates under her Just Cars Artistry banner.
Hendricks offers bespoke commissioned hand drawn car drawings. In her artwork, she illustrated three different angles of Le Brocq’s Chevrolet.
The 16-year-old personally handed the artwork to Le Brocq, complete with frame, at MSR’s headquarters at Yatala.
Le Brocq has been replaced at MSR by 2011 Bathurst winner Nick Percat, who shifts from Walkinshaw Andretti United.
Percat arrives alongside second-year driver Cameron Hill, who finished 23rd overall in his first season in the main game.
Le Brocq and Percat will test with their new teams in early February ahead of the season-opening Thrifty Bathurst 500 on February 23-25.