Grove Racing has launched its Gen3 Ford Mustangs, the first Supercars built in-house by the team.
Penrite will again be the naming-rights sponsor of both entries, with full-time rookie Matthew Payne replacing the retiring Lee Holdsworth alongside the returning David Reynolds.
“The launch of our Gen3 Mustang liveries mark a significant milestone for our team and category,” says team owner Stephen Grove.
“It’s always exciting to see the design concept when it presents on a render, but to see it come to life on our Gen3s is something quite special.
“The team have done a fantastic job getting them prepared; from the engineers and mechanics to the commercial team, and it’s a testament to their continued commitment during what has been a challenging period with the Gen3 build.”
Team principal David Cauchi added: “The cars look fantastic, I am immensely proud of the team for the work they have put in over the past few months to get them to this point. There is still work to be done as we look ahead to our upcoming test days, but I believe we will be in a position to build upon the results we obtained in 2022.”