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Reynolds shows support for Super Rugby team

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Monday 4th July, 2011 - 11:27pm

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David Reynolds' Commodore will show support for the Queensland Reds Super Rugby team

David Reynolds' Commodore will show support for the Queensland Reds Super Rugby team

Stratco Racing driver David Reynolds will carry a message of support for Super Rugby team the Queensland Reds in Townsville this weekend.

The #16 Stratco Commodore will run special bonnet signage ahead of the Super Rugby Grand Final in Brisbane this weekend, where the Stratco-backed Reds will take on New Zealand side the Canterbury Crusaders.

“I wish the Reds all the best for the Super Rugby Grand Final this weekend,” Reynolds said.

“I know everyone at Stratco is really excited to see them in the final and as a team we will be cheering them on this weekend as well.”

Also displaying new colours is Reynolds’ Kelly Racing team-mate Greg Murphy, who will debut the third Pepsi Max Crew livery of the season.

The livery is part of the ‘Cool the Burn’ integrated product launch involving two leading brands. Central to the campaign is the simultaneous release of two limited edition flavours – Doritos Burn chili flavoured corn chips and Pepsi Max Ceasefire Lime – which have been specifically designed to work together.

Greg Murphy's third Pepsi livery for 2011

Greg Murphy's third Pepsi livery for 2011

Murphy also celebrates his 400th V8 Supercars Championship race start on Saturday in Townsville, the milestone coming at the Kiwi driver’s 177th V8 Supercar event. Murphy is 10th on the all-time event starts list and equal 10th on all-time race wins list with 28 race victories.

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