Truck Assist Racing is proud to unveil its twin Chevrolet Camaros to take on the 2023 Repco Supercars Championship.
The Matt Stone Racing built Camaro reveals took place at a special event held at the headquarters of another new MSR partner, Zarraffas Coffee in Beenleigh.
The Camaros are the first Supercars to be built by MSR and have been given chassis MSR03 and MSR04 monikers respectively.
Jack Le Brocq, who returns for a second season with the Yatala-based squad, will pilot MSR04 in his
number #34 entry while rookie Cameron Hill will steer MSR03 with #35.
Truck Assist returns as naming rights sponsor with the now distinctive orange the predominant colour on the Camaro livery.
The eye-catching design has been brought to life by SS Signs and PPG.
MSR CEO and Managing Director Matt Stone said the builds and subsequent celebratory unveiling marked a milestone for the team, one which was particularly satisfying and marked not only a new era for Supercars but also the team.
Stone said the continuing partnership with Truck Assist was one he was immensely proud of with both organisations identifying themselves as being on a similar trajectory.
“Truck Assist is a young brand with a huge market share in their space already,” he said.
“Our partnership works because we share values, ambition grows, and our target markets are so intertwined.
“The way Truck Assist goes about its business is also in line with how we like to operate at MSR –they know the value of hard work and professionalism but there’s also a sense of fun within the brand.
“We’re really hopeful that the livery on our brand new Gen3 Camaros showcases this in 2023 and, together with Truck Assist and our other hugely supportive partners, we’re looking forward to seeing just what we can do together this season.”
Truck Assist General Manager Alan Hasted said the team is excited to return for a new era of Supercars.
“Never has there been a more highly anticipated season of Supercars and we’re proud to be returning with a team that is committed to giving it all they’ve got – with new cars and new driver line up,” said Mr Hasted.
“The new livery looks phenomenal. There’s no chance of missing them on the track. It’s great to see the Truck Assist brand come to life once again. We can’t wait to see the new Gen3 in action.”
Truck Assist will be joined in 2023 by another new major new team partner in SupaGlass, which hails from Hill’s hometown of Canberra and is a manufacturer of residential and commercial window and door products.
Also joining the team in 2023 is electrical and home appliance retailer Retravision.
Added Stone: “We’re also thrilled to have the continuing support of our loyal partners: Coregas, SP Tools, PPG. SS Signs, UNIT & DAF.”
Le Brocq will once again be engineered by Jack Belotti this season, while the vastly experienced and decorated Paul Forgie returns to the Stone-fold to work with Hill.
Forgie was instrumental in the Stone Brothers Racing partnership with Marcos Ambrose which led to two titles in 2003-04.
Added Stone: “Our engineering team has a brilliant balance this season of passion, experience, youth and enthusiasm.
“The guys have been working hard while the Gen3 build has been happening and we’re really excited to see how we can draw on the collective talents of the team as we embark on what is going to be an exciting year.”