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Friday 1st July, 2011 - 2:08pm

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Cameron McConville's Fujitsu V8 entry

Cameron McConville's Fujitsu V8 entry

Cameron McConville has revealed a split colour scheme for his return to the Fujitsu V8 Supercars Series at Townsville next week.

McConville has secured support from Rare Spares, with the brand electing to employee a split scheme – Race Spares on one side and the Holden Restoration Parts business on the left hand side.

The car that mcConville is driving is the Ben Egglestone-owned Commodore VE – the same car he took to victory in the Fujitsu V8 Series at Winton.

McConville will have a busy weekend on his hands at Townsville, competing in Fujitsu V8 Series, V8 Utes, V8 endurance driver session on Friday, plus being the Driver Standards Observer for Australian GT and Carrera Cup.

McConville will drive with James Courtney in the #1 Toll Holden Racing Team Commodore VE in the V8 Supercars endurance races this year.

The other side of McConville's FV8 entry

The other side of McConville's FV8 entry

CLICK HERE for Speedcafe.com’s story last week on McConville’s return to the series.

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