While Dean Fiore has unveiled a new look VIP Petfoods-backed Falcon for his Championship entry at Queensland Raceway, his brother Todd will also compete with new colours at the Ipswich track.
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Fiore family-owned company ‘LD Total’ has jumped on board for this round of the Fujitsu V8 Supercars Series.
LD Total is a family owned and operated landscaping company, and the Queensland round comes at a time when LD Total has just been through a companywide rebrand.
The new livery will see Todd Fiore’s #23 BF Falcon change from blue to black, white and green with LD Total taking up occupancy on both sides of the car. Todd’s ongoing sponsors of Sitech, Flexistaff and Allwest Turfing will also remain on the car.
“It is great to have another West Australian Company on board for this round. We have always had the family support behind the scenes, so it is good to have them at the forefront for this round,” Todd said.
“The car looks great and the new LD Total scheme works really well.
“We had a strong test day a couple of weeks ago at Queensland Raceway so I am really looking forward to this weekend and racing at my test track. The team has worked tirelessly to get the car prepared for the race meeting after my incident in Townsville.”
The Fujitsu Series returns to Queensland Raceway this weekend for the fourth round of the 2011 Series.