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David Wall reveals 2013 Wilson Security livery

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Friday 15th February, 2013 - 3:15pm

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David Wall's #21 Wilson Security Racing Commodore VF

David Wall’s #21 Wilson Security Racing Commodore VF

Wilson Security Racing has become one of the final V8 Supercars teams to reveal its look for the 2013 V8 Supercars Championship.

The David Wall-driven, Brad Jones Racing prepared, entry will continue with backing from the security firm, who return as the major sponsor for a second season.

The car is the third to come off the Brad Jones Racing assembly line, alongside the #8 Team BOC Commodore VF of Jason Bright and the #14 Lockwood Racing entry for Fabian Coulthard.

The #21 Wilson Security Racing Commodore VF will carry a refined evolution of the 2012 design.

Wall’s car is last new car look you will see ahead of tomorrow’s pre-season test, with the two Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport Commodores (Scott Pye and Dean Fiore), plus the #3 Commodore of Tony D’Alberto set to test in plain white liveries.

BJR team owner Brad Jones is excited that his team has been able to keep the continuity of Wall as the driver, plus the same naming rights sponsor.

“We started the partnership with Wilson Security and David last year and look forward to a more competitive 2013 with David now in his second year in the V8 Supercar category,” he said.

Wilson Security Australia and New Zealand CEO John McMellan is looking forward to the year ahead.

“We are delighted to remain with the BJR ” family” and David Wall,” he said.

“After seven years in the sport it is very pleasing to remain with a high quality operation that has a real family feel and genuine user friendliness to all our customers and staff.

“Our business has a real synergy and affinity with BJR and we look forward to seeing David and BJR take a big step forward this year. “

The Wilson Security Racing VF Commodore will make its debut at the Sydney Motorsport Park on Saturday.

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