Renee Gracie reveals bold Dunlop Series livery
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.