Tickford reveals new Bathurst look for TRADIE Ford

02 Oct
Declan Fraser and Tyler Everingham will run a new livery this weekend
2 mins by James Pavey
  • New TRADIE Beer backing for #56 Ford

  • Fraser to make second Bathurst start, third for Everingham

  • Fraser and Everingham finished 13th at Sandown 500

The #56 TRADIE Ford Mustang will have a third different look in as many rounds at this weekend’s Repco Bathurst 1000.

Declan Fraser and Tyler Everingham will debut the new-look TRADIE Beer Racing livery at Mount Panorama this weekend.

TRADIE Beer is now available Australia wide, with the #56 Tickford Mustang carrying a beer can livery at the Penrite Oil Sandown 500.

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The Australian brand is promoting its new beer range, which consists of Lager, Pale Ale and Zero Carb.

The car will carry a radically different livery this weekend —out is the standard black and yellow, and in its place, a predominately white scheme.


The bottom half of the car is white, with orange and yellow lines going along the window frames. The bonnet remains black, complete with MoneyMe backing.

Fraser, who will race this weekend with Tyler Everingham, will carry new TRADIE Beer branding on his Ford Supercar.

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Super2 champion Fraser moved up to 24th across the Sandown weekend after finishing a credible 13th with Everingham.

Fraser combined with Craig Lowndes in Triple Eight Race Engineering’s wildcard last year, with the Lowndes/Goddard Commodore finishing eighth — the best result by a Bathurst wildcard.

Everingham, who debuted in a Garry Rogers Motorsport wildcard in 2020, raced with Scott Pye and Team 18 last year.

Supercars will hit the track at Mount Panorama for Practice 1 at 1:20pm AEDT on Thursday, followed by Practice 2 at 4:50pm.

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