Renee Gracie reveals bold Dunlop Series livery

Renee Gracie's Dunlop Series Ford

Renee Gracie’s Dunlop Series Ford

Renee Gracie’s debut season in V8 Supercars’ Dunlop Series will see the 20-year-old campaign a striking Fujitsu livery.

The Triple Eight-built Ford will be run by Paul Morris Motorsport for Gracie, who graduates to V8 Supercars after two seasons in the Carrera Cup.

Gracie will run under the #55; the same number she had used in the all-Porsche category.

“I’ve been seeing the designs of my V8 Supercar for a few months now and to see it finally come to life is a special feeling,” she said.

“It’s the last step to remind me that this is real now, that I will be on the Dunlop Series grid at the Clipsal 500.

“I love my new colours – the magenta is striking and feminine and I don’t think many people will have trouble picking my car out on the track.”

“Fujitsu have a great history of different colours and liveries in V8 Supercars, and it’s fantastic that they are a brand always willing to try something different.

“I’ve had matte black and fluoro pink, carbon black and rocket red, and now magenta and gloss black … it looks very cool.”

This year marks Gracie’s fifth year of Fujitsu backing having been included in the Chris Jewell-run Fujitsu Cool Driver program in 2011.

Gracie steps into the Dunlop Series after two years in the Carrera Cup

Gracie steps into the Dunlop Series after two years in the Carrera Cup

Gracie's Falcon will be run out of Paul Morris Motorsport's Norwell workshop

Gracie’s Falcon will be run out of Paul Morris Motorsport’s Norwell workshop

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