FIRST PICS: GRM unveils silver, red Holden

Friday 10th February, 2012 - 6:20pm


GRM's new 2012 scheme

GRM's new 2012 scheme

Garry Rogers Motorsport has unveiled its new look and its three contracted drivers for the 2012 V8 Supercars Championship.

The new-look Fujitsu Racing Commodore VE features more silver on the car, replacing the white scheme from years gone by.

The grey and red scheme matches Fujitsu’s official corporate colours.

Frenchman Alexandre Premat is the team’s new driver, replacing Lee Holdsworth. The former DTM, sportscar and open-wheel driver will steer the #33 Fujitsu Commodore.

Michael Caruso retains his place in the squad and will remain in the #34 entry.

Greg Ritter was also confirmed as the team’s first endurance driver.

Rogers is yet to sign a fourth driver for this year’s races at Sandown and Bathurst.

A view of the rear quarter of the Fujitsu Commodore

A view of the rear quarter of the Fujitsu Commodore

The announcements we made at GRM’s workshop in Dandenong, Victoria.

Premet will make his V8 Supercars debut tomorrow at Sandown for the pre-season test at the outer-Melbourne circuit.

The test begins at 9am and is open to the general public for a gold coin donation. was at Sandown today to capture some of the set-up action at the track. CLICK HERE for an image gallery of the team’s preparing for tomorrow’s test. comment policy

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