The newest team in Supercars, PremiAir Racing, has unveiled its two Holden ZB Commodores on the Gold Coast.
The PremiAir Racing entries will carry backing from Coca-Cola and Subway, while the team also confirmed it will be based on the Gold Coast in a workshop in Arundel.
Team Sydney became PremiAir Racing with the purchase of the Holden team by drag racer Peter Xiberras from the Webb family, led by former Bathurst winner Jonathon Webb.
The team struggled for results in recent seasons, with Xiberras looking to turn around its fortunes by sending its two ZB Commodores to Triple Eight Race Engineering for a service.
Garry Jacobson returns to the team after joining at the start of last season, while Chris Pither replaces Fabian Coulthard after a one-year stint with the team in 2020.
Pither will carry the Coca-Cola red and black colour scheme for the entire season on his #22.
Jacobson will race the yellow and green #76 Subway Commodore in Sydney and Tasmania.
“Supercars has huge nationwide reach with an engaged fan base across Australia, appealing to a broad range of our customers and consumers,” said Director of Sales at Coca-Cola Europacific Partners Australia, Jarrad Mortimer.
“We have a relationship with Supercars and Australian motorsport that goes back over 50 years, and we are very excited to play a part in this new chapter with Premiair Racing.
“The livery looks fantastic, and we are excited to get the season underway.”