Brad Jones Racing has unveiled André Heimgartner’s livery for the Merlin Darwin Triple Crown.
The Hidden Valley event has been designated as the official Indigenous round of Supercars, with all teams engaging with artists to design liveries celebrating the Indigenous people.
Brad Jones Racing worked with Jedess Hudson, a young emerging Indigenous artist from Cairns in North Queensland, on the design for the R&J Batteries Supercar.
Drawing inspiration from major sponsors R&J Batteries, Jedess created the artwork Lava Lines.
“Andre has had some great results in the last two rounds at Perth and in Winton, and we feel the Lava Lines artwork Ms Hudson has designed not only fits the R&J Batteries brand but also sits well with the form Andre has been bringing to the track,” said R&J Batteries director Ray Robson.
“We are proud to be part of the Supercars Indigenous Round in Darwin. The car looks fantastic, and it is such a great reminder of the journey we are making as a nation toward reconciliation and recognition of our First Peoples.”