Poll results: Your favourite 2024 Indigenous livery

18 Jun
Matt Stone Racing’s Bendix livery, raced by Nick Percat, topped the poll
  • 76,710 responses recorded in Indigenous pole

  • MSR Bendix, Shell V-Power, Mobil 1 Optus top three

  • R&J Batteries, Supercheap Auto wildcard complete top five

In a poll, Supercars.com asked fans to vote for their favourite Indigenous liveries from the betr Darwin Triple Crown.

The poll opened once all liveries had been revealed on the Thursday before the event, and closed after cars took the chequered flag in Sunday’s Race 12.

A staggering 76,710 responses were recorded, with Matt Stone Racing’s Bendix livery, raced by Nick Percat, topping the poll ahead of the Shell V-Power Racing Team scheme and Walkinshaw Andretti United’s Mobil 1 Optus look.

The Bendix livery, which tallied 50.2 percent of the votes, carried a design inspired by a specially-created artwork for Bendix by Wadawurrung country artist Billy-Jay O’Toole.


O’Toole also completed the artwork that adorned Cameron Hill’s new-look Dabble Camaro.

It was another year to celebrate for the Shell V-Power Racing Team, which after topping the 2022 and 2023 polls, placed second in 2024.

The Ford team's livery, which carried the artwork of Yindjibarndi/Pinikura woman Zoe Raymond, tallied 18.8 percent of the vote.

The Mobil 1 Optus Ford look, which carried artwork by 16-year-old Wurundjeri/Arrentre woman Ava Muir, recorded 11.9 percent of the vote.

Fourth was Brad Jones Racing's R&J Batteries livery by the Mungabareena Aboriginal Corporation (8.5 percent) ahead of Triple Eight's heartfelt wildcard Indigenous livery for Supercheap Auto wildcard (5.6 percent).

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