MSR unveils Darwin livery, new sponsor for Hill

10 Jun
Dabble Racing Supercar unveiled ahead of Darwin Triple Crown
2 mins by James Pavey
  • MSR unveils Darwin livery, new sponsor for Cameron Hill

  • Dabble comes onboard #4 Camaro for Darwin

  • Hill car carries artwork by Wadawurrung man Billy-Jay O’Toole

Matt Stone Racing has announced a new partnership with Dabble ahead of Indigenous round, with the reveal of Cameron Hill’s special Darwin livery.

Dabble, an Australian social-first sports betting app, will take naming rights on the #4 Camaro for the betr Darwin Triple Crown.

The Hill Camaro will carry a striking electric purple design, complete with artwork by Wadawurrung man Billy-Jay O’Toole.

O’Toole, who hails from Geelong, will be represented on the #4 entry through his artwork, ‘Hands and Water’.

He is a recognised Traditional Owner and member of Wadawurrung Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation, where he works as a Cultural Heritage Representative.


‘Hands and Water’ symbolises connection to land, with elements throughout the design showcasing different parts of Wadawurrung country.

“Awesome to have Dabble onboard for the Darwin round of the Supercars Championship,” Hill said.

"The car looks incredible and I think purple is my colour! It has been a while since we have seen a purple Supercar on the grid.


“It’s always good to have something a little bit different — sometimes liveries tend to follow similar trends but to have a livery as striking as Dabble’s purple is really cool. Hopefully we can get the Dabble Chevrolet Camaro up the front.”

#4 Dabble Chevrolet Camaro artwork explained

Artist: Billy-Jay O’Toole

Artwork: ‘Hands and Water’


The artwork I created symbolises the connection we all share with Wadawurrung country, incorporating the handprints as a sign of our connection to the land and honouring the traditional owners of the land.

I’ve embedded different elements throughout the design showcasing different parts of Wadawurrung country, those being the sand dunes our coastal country which hold thousands of years of cultural knowledge and stories, and the meeting places which showcase the different places my ancestors gathered across country.

The coloured dots are symbolising the ochre cliffs on Wadawurrung country with bunjil the creator of Wadawurrung country flying over us with the leaves welcoming you all onto Wadawurrung country and to take care while you’re on Wadawurrung country.

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