SCT Logistics delivers new Smith Camaro

11 Feb 2023
Unique livery reveal for #4 SCT BJR Camaro
2 mins by James Pavey

Brad Jones Racing has revealed its second Gen3 Camaro — for Jack Smith — courtesy of an SCT Logistics freight train.

Smith will carry the #4 and SCT Logistics colours for a fourth season with BJR this year.

The #4 SCT Camaro was unveiled aboard an SCT locomotives that is part of the company's freight system.

In a unique livery reveal, Smith accepted the freight delivery — his Camaro — at the Wodonga SCT Intermodal.

It comes a day after BJR revealed Macauley Jones' Pizza Hut-backed #96 Camaro at Hume Weir near Albury, where the team is headquartered.

The new SCT livery features red racing stripes from nose to tail on a white scheme.

The car was painted by PPG and wrapped with 3M vinyl.

The #4 Camaro also features backing by Liberty Fuels, Randstad, Wash It Australia, Gemco Rail, Huski Construction, Thermoking and Mizuno.

“The SCT Camaro sitting on the SCT freight train is an awesome sight and I’m excited to sign off on that delivery,” Smith said.

“I can’t wait to get it to Newcastle. Being on the grid for the first time in a Gen3 car that looks this good will be pretty special.

“It’s a pretty cool feeling seeing the car in the SCT livery, I’ve been in the workshop and seen the team bring it to life and it’s been quite a journey.


“Gen3 is quite a big change and I’m keen to see what the racing dynamic will be once we get to Newcastle.

"It’s been almost a year since I tested one of these cars so it will be good to get to Winton and get some laps in.”

The #4 will roll out for the first time at Winton Motor Raceway this week.

Smith will join the other 24 drivers on track at the all-in Sydney test on Wednesday February 22.

Team owner Brad Jones added: “I’m so pleased to be able to unveil the SCT Camaro. This thing looks mean and ready to race.

“There’s been a number of changes in the #4 garage over the break and I’m looking forward to seeing how the team gels together at Newcastle.

“Gen3 promises to be a complete reset with the new car and I’m going to enjoy seeing what Jack and the team can do.”

Smith brought up 100 race starts last year, and is set to record 50 round starts later this year.

The 2023 Repco Supercars Championship will commence in Newcastle on March 10-12.

Tickets are on sale on Supercars.com and Ticketek.com.

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