Triple Eight teases 2019 Supercars livery

A screenshot from the video pic: Red Bull Holden Racing Team Instagram

The team’s 2018 Red Bull Holden warpaint

Triple Eight has teased the 2019 look of its Red Bull Holden Racing Team cars ahead of its season launch this weekend.

In a short video posted on the team’s social media accounts, a computer render partially reveals what appears to be a Red Bull-sponsored Supercar.

The front guard in the render is predominantly white, which would represent a switch from the other major colour on last year’s cars, a deep blue.

The video begins with a mobile phone missing a call from ‘J Dub’ for a seventh time before taking a message that seems to be a tacit reference to Craig Lowndes.

Lowndes, who won the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 for a seventh time in his final year as a full-time driver in 2018, will drive a Triple Eight ZB Commodore along a runway during the launch at Dalby Aerodrome in Queensland.

He will continue with Triple Eight as a Pirtek Enduro Cup co-driver, although whether he will partner Jamie Whincup or Shane van Gisbergen is yet to be confirmed.

In any event, all three will combine in a Mercedes-AMG GT3 as part of an alliance between Scott Taylor Motorsport and Triple Eight Race Engineering in the this year’s Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour, which commences in just four weeks’ time.

The Triple Eight Supercars launch begins on Sunday (January 6) at 11:30 with first run of the car at 13:30.

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