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BJR reveals Wood ADVAM livery

Friday 31st January, 2014 - 6:26pm

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The #21 BJR Holden's new livery

The #21 BJR Holden’s new livery

The first V8 Supercars Championship livery of the season has broken cover, with Brad Jones Racing releasing a graphic of Dale Wood’s #21 Holden.

Wood was only confirmed in the seat this week, returning to the main game after winning the 2013 Dunlop Series.

The car is being entered under the Team ADVAM/GB name, with the ADVAM card services firm taking the primary signage for the season-opening Clipsal 500.

The team says however that there will be “some livery changes during the season to coincide with some key commercial announcements and product launches by key sponsors”.

Adelaide-based ADVAM is a sister company of Wilson Security, which is also the main backer of Dick Johnson Racing’s two-car Ford team.

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The teaser images of the remaining BJR liveries

Secondary sponsors on the #21 Holden GB Galvanizing and Strategy One also backed Wood last year at MW Motorsport.

“The companies associated with my car have a history of leveraging their involvement in motorsport to genuinely integrate with their business plans and a number of the key sponsors have some significant activations plans around their businesses and this branding for 2014,” said Wood in a statement.

BJR’s Team BOC and Lockwood Racing Holdens are expected to be revealed on Friday, February 14, ahead of the following day’s test at Sydney Motorsport Park.

The team has already posted teaser images of its Jason Bright and Fabian Coulthard driven cars on social media.

Coulthard and Bright finished sixth and seventh in last year’s points standing respectively, winning a combined five races and helping the squad to third in the Teams’ Championship.

David Wall, who previously drove the #21 entry before heading to DJR, finished 21st.

 

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