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Thursday 7th November, 2019 - 9:00am

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Milwaukee Racing’s retro livery

Milwaukee Racing is the latest team to showcase its retro inspired new look ahead of this weekend’s Penrite Oil Sandown 500.

The Ford team has revealed an updated red, white and black design inverting the colours of its regular livery while including a retro Milwaukee Tools logo.

Primary driver Will Davison will once again be joined by brother Alex for this weekend’s 500km enduro which acts as the final leg of the Pirtek Enduro Cup.

The pair currently sit eighth in the Pirtek Enduro Cup standings after a pair of seventh place finishes at the Vodafone Gold Coast 600.

“I’m stoked for Sandown and really excited to pull the covers off our new look in the Milwaukee Racing Mustang,” said Will Davison. 

“It’s a cool little twist on the original livery, the red wheels really pop, and we’ve put an old school Milwaukee Tools logo on the doors to give it a little retro flair at the retro round. I think it’ll look great on track, and I can’t wait to get to work this weekend.”

Team owner Phil Munday added: “We’re very excited for Sandown and can’t wait to see Will and Alex take to the track in this new-look Milwaukee Racing Mustang.

“It’s something different, which we like quite a lot, and with the retro Milwaukee logo we give a little nod to the retro round that the fans love so much. Will has had a tremendous season, and he and Alex have been quick at the first two enduros.

“We know the car will look good on track, and it would look even better at the front of the field, so that’s where we aim to be on Sunday.

The Sandown 500 kicks off tomorrow with Practice 1, for co-drivers only, from 1035 local time/AEDT.

VIDEO: Milwaukee Racing’s retro livery

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