15 Feb 2018
Both of Brad Jones Racing's ZB Commodores have had the covers pulled off with a new partnership bringing a new look to the machine of South Australia's Tim Slade.
By Matthew Agius
A NEW partnership between Brad Jones Racing and Alliance Truck Parts will see the Freightliner Commodore have a fresh new look in 2018.
After supporting the team's Super2 entry for the last three years, Alliance Truck Parts has upped its partnership with the Albury team and will have prominent branding on the bonnet of Slade's No. 14 Holden this year.
Freightliner continues as the naming partner for the South Australian's entry.
“The Freightliner Racing Commodore will be pretty bold on track this year," Slade said.
"We did a one-off black and yellow livery for Alliance Truck Parts at Townsville in ‘16, and Nick was in similar colors for Freightliner at Winton last year.
"The 2018 design is simple, and with the bright Alliance Truck Parts yellow being front and centre, you won’t mistake us for anyone else.”
BJR earlier revealed the Blackwoods livery that will be run by Nick Percat at the Adelaide 500 (below).
Recently, the field has seen a glut of liveries announced, with our big recap earlier in the week, followed by Wednesday's announcement of new paint for Wilson Security Racing and Mobil 1 Boost Mobile Racing, and the new Nissan for Simona de Silvestro.
The Adelaide 500 is the opening round of the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship, and runs from March 1-4.
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Picture source: Cristian Brunelli/BJR