Triple Eight Race Engineering has unveiled the livery it will race in the 2023 Repco Supercars Championship.
The team enters the season with an unchanged driver lineup of three-time Supercars champion Shane van Gisbergen and 2022 Adelaide 500 winner Broc Feeney.
After revealing an interim test livery, the new look will appear on the Gen3 Camaros as testing ramps up ahead of the season opener in Newcastle.
“It’s a massively exciting era for the sport; we’ve been working on this Gen3 project for three years now,” says team principal Jamie Whincup.
“As soon as Covid hit the world, Triple Eight realised this was the time to develop a new product and we need it as quick as possible. We started the journey then, and here we are now.
“I couldn’t be prouder of the people at Triple Eight. Everyone watching at home will see two cars on track, but the hours, dedication, blood, sweat and tears that have gone into getting those cars on track and giving the drivers the opportunity to showcase that work, it’s without doubt Triple Eights biggest achievement – second to none. It’s something we’re so proud of and will be a part of our legacy.
“The cars look great. I might be biased, but I think it’s the best-looking livery we’ve had. I think if you’re not excited to see that first in Newcastle, then potentially motorsport isn’t for you. Every team has had a big reset, and no one knows what’s going to happen around a crazy little street track. Debuting new cars with less aerodynamics, bigger horsepower, and lighter weight – there’s so many unknowns and that’s what sport’s all about.”