Tickford unveils Indigenous Round liveries

12 Jun
Tickford Racing has unveiled its pair of Indigenous Round liveries
  • Tickford Racing unveils Indigenous Round liveries

  • Cam Waters fourth, Thomas Randle ninth in points

  • Waters chasing second straight win of 2024

Tickford Racing has unveiled its pair of Indigenous Round liveries, as the team aims to continue its winning form in Darwin.

The Ford team has partnered with proud Yugambeh born/Bundjalung artist Shal for this weekend’s Indigenous Round.

Shaun Daniel Allen, better known as Shal, works and lives on Gadigal Land. His creative practice is a form of meditation and leads to texture-rich works featuring expressive line-work. Shal is also a practising musician and tattoo artist.

The #6 Monster Energy Ford and #55 Castrol Ford will both feature a distinctive design inspired by Shal’s deep connection to Country and his Balun line-work paintings that depict the land’s unique topography.

Key to both liveries are the snakes that run through the designs, which will hit the track for the first time on Friday.

Cam Waters arrives in Darwin off the back of a win in Perth, and a maiden NASCAR Cup Series start at Sonoma last weekend.


Teammate Thomas Randle is hunting his first podium of the season, having finished fifth in the Perth finale after a clash with championship leader Will Brown.

Waters and Randle are fourth and ninth, and Tickford third 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.

Tickford Racing artwork explained

Artist: Shal

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The liveries capture the dramatic contrast between the wet and dry seasons, showcasing the intricate textures of dried riverbeds interwoven with the vibrant flow of waterways rejuvenated by rain.

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