Erebus reveals Darwin liveries, new Le Brocq sponsor

13 Jun
Erebus has unveiled its Darwin liveries, and has also announced a new primary partner
  • Erebus reveals Darwin liveries, new Jack Le Brocq sponsor

  • Tyrepower comes onboard Le Brocq Camaro

  • New-look Erebus cars on track on Friday

Erebus Motorsport has unveiled its Darwin liveries, and has announced Tyrepower as primary partner for Jack Le Brocq's #9 Camaro.

Tyrepower, which backed Cameron Hill's Matt Stone Racing entry at the first two rounds of 2024, will support Le Brocq and Erebus for five rounds.

Tyrepower colours will run on the #9 Chevrolet for the betr Darwin Triple Crown, NTI Townsville 500, Penrite Oil Sandown 500, Repco Bathurst 1000 and Boost Mobile Gold Coast 500.

"We are thrilled to continue our support of Jack Le Brocq by joining Erebus for key events during 2024," Tyrepower’s Rob Smith said.

"This partnership aligns perfectly with our commitment to quality and allows us to connect with a passionate automotive audience, showcasing our dedication to excellence in both products and services."

The team will run two distinct yet complementary liveries for the Darwin event, which is the annual Indigenous Round.

The artwork on both Erebus cars was created by Jedess Hudson, a proud descendant of the Ewamian and Western Yalanji peoples of North Queensland.

Brodie Kostecki's #1 entry will continue with the black and blue tribute livery that debuted in Perth, but will feature an Indigenous twist.


Le Brocq and Kostecki are 14th and 25th, and Erebus eighth in teams' heading to the betr Darwin Triple Crown on June 14-16. Tickets for the event are on sale now. International viewers can follow all the action on Superview.

Erebus Motorsport artwork explained

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The artwork on both cars is based on the one overarching theme: resilience.

Hudson's design represents the mystical and powerful flow of darkness and light, spirit and resilience, capturing the very essence of Erebus Motorsport.

“The artwork celebrates resilience and unity in overcoming adversity," Hudson explained.

"The blue hues signify balance and harmony, while the red on Car 9 symbolises the blood that binds us, representing ties to team, family, and community.

“The pieces illustrate how perseverance and strength are essential to overcoming challenges and emerging victorious.”

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