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When Supercars teams reveal 2022 liveries

Bryce Fullwood is expected to assist Brad Jones Racing with Middy’s Electrical. Image: Daniel Kalisz

A slew of liveries will be revealed in the coming days and weeks leading up to the Supercars’ pre-season testing.

A few color schemes have already been revealed; notably Thomas Randle’s Castrol Racing entry and the Penrite Racing cars of David Reynolds and Lee Holdsworth.

Red Bull Ampol Racing will unveil its new look this week on Thursday 3 February where Broc Feeney’s racing number will also be announced.

Telecoms provider Vodafone is expected to work with the team, marking the first time Triple Eight Race Engineering has carried the brand since 2012.

The Shell V-Power Racing Team filmed its launch video last week, although a date for the unveiling has not yet been confirmed.

Expect the iconic red, white and yellow color scheme to return with a livery design not too dissimilar to that of years past.

Matt Stone Racing has confirmed its start for Tuesday February 15 for entries #34 and #35 of Jack Le Brocq and Todd Hazelwood.

A day later, the team tests at Queensland Raceway with Dick Johnson Racing, Triple Eight Race Engineering and PremiAir Racing.

The aforementioned Peter Xiberras in-house team has not revealed when they will unveil their entries, nor what numbers the cars will be running.

Garry Jacobson is expected to get the PremiAir Hire naming rights, while Chris Pither is likely to be endorsed by soft drink giant Coca-Cola.

A wave of revelations will come after the February 16 test at Queensland Raceway.

CoolDrive Racing will unveil Tim Slade’s livery on Thursday 17th February ahead of pre-season testing scheduled for Tuesday 22nd February at Winton Motor Raceway.

Boost Mobile Racing powered by Erebus will announce entries #9 and #99 from Will Brown and Brodie Kostecki on Monday 21st February – one day before the test.

Team 18 is looking to unveil its liveries for the #18 Irwin Racing and #20 DeWalt Racing entries of Mark Winterbottom and Scott Pye in the days leading up to testing.

Tickford Racing has not yet announced any dates for Cameron Waters, James Courtney or Jake Kostecki.

Waters is once again backed by Monster Energy and rumor has it that Courtney may have a new naming rights sponsor in Appliances Online.

Although no sponsor has been announced for Kostecki, he has been wearing Tradie brand clothing in recent social media posts.

Other teams yet to finalize livery reveal dates include Walkinshaw Andretti United and Brad Jones Racing.

It’s widely expected that Optus will have a bigger presence at Mostert’s number 25, while truck assist will assist Nick Percat in the number 2.

Both Walkinshaw Andretti United entries will carry co-naming rights as Mobil 1 sponsors.

In recent years, Brad Jones Racing has split their liveries, with each of their four cars sporting different sponsors.

The team hasn’t set dates yet, although R&J Batteries’ Andre Heimgartner is expected to be assisted, while Bryce Fullwood will be assisting Middy’s Electrical.

It’s not yet known who will be joining Macauley Jones this year as it’s believed the Pither-linked Coca-Cola sponsorship will end up with PremiAir Racing.

Jack Smith, meanwhile, is likely to be backed by SCT Logistics.

The 2022 Repco Supercars Championship is scheduled to begin March 4-6 at Sydney Motorsport Park.

2022 Repco Supercars Championship livery dates (preliminary)

team date
Tickford Race (#55) December 1, 2021
Grove Racing (#10 / #26) January 26, 2022
Triple Eight Racing Technique (#97, #TBC) February 3, 2022
Matt Stone Racing (#34, #35) February 15, 2022
Blanchard Racing Team (#3) February 17, 2022
Erebus Motorsport (#9, #99) February 21, 2022
Team 18 (#18, #20) TBA
Walkinshaw Andretti United (#2, #25) TBA
Dick Johnson Racing (#11, #17) TBA
Tickford Racing (#5, #6, #56) TBA
Brad Jones Racing (#4, #8, #14, #96) TBA
PremiAir Racing (#TBA, #TBA) TBA

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