FIRST PICS: SBR shows its 2010 colours
Stone Brothers Racing has launched its 2010 V8 Supercar Championship Series outfit at its workshop at Yatala, Queensland, tonight.
The special charity cocktail party for corporate guests and fans saw the unveiling of the team’s four cars – three in the Championship Series, and one for the Fujitsu V8 Series.
Alex Davison (#4 IRWIN Industrial Tools), Shane van Gisbergen (#9 SP Tools) and Tim Slade (#47 (Wilson Security) will drive the team’s Championship Series cars, while 16-year-old Scott McLaughlin was confirmed as the team’s Fujitsu V8 Series driver – coincidentally, with sponsorship from Fujitsu General.
The #47 Slade entry features major support from Wilson Security, Doric and East Coast Traffic Control, plus bonnet signage from Lucky 7.
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As reported earlier today, Lucky 7 adorns the rear quarter panels of the #4 and #9 car, with added backing from Fuchs on the front bar.
Speedcafe.com.au was sent these photos from a fan at the launch.
Stay tuned for more news on Monday, but in the meantime, here is a sneak peek of SBR’s 2010 V8 challengers …
2010 V8 Supercar Championship Series Calendar
1 18-20 February Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi
2 25-27 February Bahrain International Circuit, Bahrain
3 11-14 March Adelaide Street Circuit, South Australia
NC 25-28 March Albert Park, Victoria
4 16-18 April Hamilton Street Circuit, New Zealand
5 30 April – 2 May Queensland Raceway, Queensland
6 14-16 May Winton Motor Raceway, Victoria
7 4-6 June Barbagallo Raceway, Western Australia
8 18-20 June Hidden Valley Raceway, Northern Territory
9 9-11 July Townsville Street Circuit, Queensland
10 10-12 September Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Victoria
11 7-10 October Mount Panaroma, Bathurst, NSW
12 21-24 October Surfers Paradise Street Circuit, Queensland
13 12-14 November Symmons Plains, Tasmania
14 19-21 November Sandown Raceway, Victoria
15 3-5 December Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales