20 Feb 2019
The Superloop Adelaide 500 is just around the corner, and almost all of the new liveries for the 2019 event have been unveiled, with just Boost Mobile Racing (Garry Rogers Motorsport) and one Kelly Racing Altima (Andre Heimgartner) to be unveiled.
There are some new sponsors, and bold, fresh designs.
At the same time, some teams have stuck with a winning formula and made minimal change on last year's design.
Check out all of the team liveries below.
Tickford Racing & 23Red Racing
The full Tickford stable has now unveiled their paintwork, with four Ford Mustangs shown off from their Broadmeadows HQ.
Kelly Racing has unmasked three of its four cars for the 2019 Superloop Adelaide 500, with only Andre Heimgartner's Altima still under wraps.
Brad Jones Racing & Tim Blanchard Racing
2016 Superloop Adelaide 500 winner Nick Percat's new livery sports National Pharmacies sponsorship at the opening round of the championship, while Tim Slade and Macauley Jones will sport familiar looks for their Freightliner and CoolDrive cars.
Matt Stone Racing
Has MSR won the livery game for 2019? This unique but dead cool number is sure to turn heads in pitlane this year.
Shell V-Power Racing
It's a familiar look on an unfamiliar car. The reigning champs have unveiled Scott McLaughlin and Fabian Coulthard's Ford Mustangs with the classic red, yellow and white Shell V-Power livery sported for the last three years.
Truck Assist and Isuzu Trucks will back 2018's top rookie Jack Le Brocq again in 2019.
For his first season racing a Holden, Mark Winterbottom joins Team 18 wearing the striking IRWIN yellow and blue.
Mobil 1 MEGA Racing
The Walkinshaw Andretti United boys will look sharp in their new Commodores next year, with MEGA replacing Boost Mobile as the team's second naming rights partner for the year ahead.
Red Bull Holden Racing Team
The No. 1 is gone but the blue and white Bulls will be out for revenge this year. Look to see SVG and JW up the front in these beasts in Adelaide.
The Superloop Adelaide 500 is the first event of the Supercars Championship and takes place from 28 February - 3 March 2019 at the Adelaide Street Circuit. Tickets are available here.