New NZ look, familiar backer for MSR Camaro

11 Apr
Second-year MSR driver Cameron Hill will carry Supaglass Industries naming rights at the ITM Taupō Super400
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Cameron Hill will carry New Zealand black and white, as well as Supaglass backing, on his #4 Matt Stone Racing Chevrolet at the upcoming round in New Zealand.

The second-year MSR driver will carry Supaglass Industries naming rights at the ITM Taupo Super400 on April 19-21.

While an existing major partner of Hill and MSR, Canberra-based glass manufacturer Supaglass will step up as naming rights partner on a Supercar for the first time.

Supaglass branding has featured on both MSR Supercar bonnets for the past two seasons, but will headline a new black and white look across the Tasman.

The livery is not only a nod to the official colours of New Zealand, but also the Stone family’s Kiwi background.

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“I’m a big fan of the Supaglass Industries livery that we are running on Car 4 at Taupō,” said team owner Stone, who reached victory lane with Nick Percat in the last race in Melbourne.

“It’s fantastic to be going back across the ditch and bringing Supercars racing back to the Kiwi fans.


“Cam has had a speedy start to the year, so we’re aiming to keep that momentum up heading into Taupō and hopefully have both cars up there fighting at the front and adding to the race win tally.”

Hill added: “The Supaglass Supercar looks awesome for New Zealand. Supaglass is a local Canberra company on the rise and has been a major part of my racing career the past few years, developing into a great partnership with not only myself but also the MSR team.

“I'm looking forward to racing across the ditch at Taupō, the Kiwi fans are super passionate. From the preparation we have done, it is a very technical track with tight corners and mixed surfaces, so it will be interesting to see how the races play out with tyre degradation and all the unknowns.

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“The car is going to look great on track, so hopefully we can bring home some great results in front of the Kiwi fans.”

Supaglass’ Steve Bates added: “Here at Supaglass, we are pumped to take our partnership with MSR to the next level and have the full naming rights on Cameron’s car in NZ.

“We have been supporting Cameron for a few years now, and it has been brilliant to see his progression in Supercars.

“There are a lot of similarities in the core values and goals of Supaglass and MSR, so the two are very closely aligned in ways that extend beyond the partnership.

“One thing both have in common is that we are all very passionate about going racing, so I’m excited to get to New Zealand and see the car on-track."

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