Grove Racing has unveiled its 2022 Repco Bathurst 1000 livery.
Reigning Bathurst champion Lee Holdsworth and 2017 winner David Reynolds peeled the covers of their Ford Mustangs in the campground at Bathurst.
Holdsworth will team with rookie Matthew Payne, while Reynolds will partner Matt Campbell.
“There’s nothing like this race, driving up from Melbourne I just get more and more excited the closer I was getting to the track,” said Reynolds.
“I love the sights and sounds that you only get up on top of the mountain, all their campsites are awesome and while we will keep our cars lubricated with plenty of Penrite, they will keep themselves lubricated with plenty of beverages, so we made sure we looked after them today with a big barbecue lunch.
“When you’re in the car at the end of the race and the fans are going nuts it’s so amazing. I hope we’re right up the front come Sunday afternoon with our new look to give them something to cheer for.”
Holdsworth enters his last Bathurst as a full-time driver, joined by the driver who will replace him in 2023.
“Driving into the circuit today gave me butterflies, and to come straight up to the top of the mountain to show the fans, who make this race and our sport so special, our new colours is very cool,” he said.
“The car looks great but there’s many tales of what fans have done to cars over the years up here, so hopefully the team gets mine back down to the pits safely!”
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