Dabble Racing Supercar unveiled ahead of Darwin

Matt Stone Racing is proud to announce a new partnership with Dabble ahead of the Darwin Supercars round with the reveal of Cameron Hill’s Indigenous livery.

The Yatala-based team welcomes Dabble, Australian social-first sports betting app, onboard for the annual trip up north this weekend.

Dabble boasts some of the fastest withdrawal times of any sports betting app (averaging 8.47 seconds) so it only makes sense to partner with one of the fastest Supercars on the grid.

It also coincides with the release of the Car #4 Indigenous livery, featuring a striking electric purple design.

Adorning the Dabble colours on Hill’s car sees a purple-coloured Supercar return to the grid for the first time in a number of years.

The artwork the livery is inspired from is named ‘Hands and Water’ by Billy-Jay O’Toole from Wadawurrung country in Geelong, Victoria.

It symbolises connection to land, with elements throughout the design showcasing different parts of Wadawurrung country.

The return to Hidden Valley Raceway this weekend has huge significance for MSR following the team’s maiden Supercars race win last year.

With strong qualifying form and a pair of Top 10 Shootout appearances already season, Hill is looking to keep the momentum up in Darwin.

The Darwin Indigenous Round begins with practice on Friday.


Cameron Hill – Driver of #4:

“Awesome to have Dabble onboard for the Darwin round of the Supercars championship. The car looks incredible and I think purple is my colour! It has been a while since we have seen a purple Supercar on the grid; it’s always good to have something a little bit different – sometimes liveries tend to follow similar trends but to have a livery as striking as Dabble’s purple is really cool. Hopefully we can get the Dabble Chevrolet Camaro up the front.”



Artist bio: Billy-Jay O’Toole

Billy-Jay O’Toole is a proud Wadawurrung man born and raised in Wadawurrung country in Geelong, Victoria. He is a recognised Traditional Owner and member of Wadawurrung Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation, where he works as a Cultural Heritage Representative. In 2019 BJ completed a Certificate 4 in Cultural Heritage Management enabling him to strengthen his cultural commitment to his country and community, whilst also strengthening his cultural connection to family and country. Working on his country reignited BJ’s spirit of painting. Walking this country and learning from country in a Field Officer role, BJ tells stories through painting, of which he has created many stories of country. BJ is on a journey learning language and connecting this to his paintings and stories of Wadawurrung Country. His style is contemporary and always reflect the stories and colours of Wadawurrung Country, with the use of bright and earthy colours and symbols, as well as elements of country such as water, mountains, sun and coast – all of which give us what we need to live.

Explanation + story of artwork

“The artwork I created symbolises the connection we all share with Wadawurrung country incorporating the handprints as a sign of our connection to the land and honouring the traditional owners of the land, I’ve embedded different elements throughout the design showcasing different parts of Wadawurrung country those being the sand dunes our coastal country which hold thousands of years of cultural knowledge and story’s, the meeting places are showcasing the different places my ancestors gathered across country the coloured dots are symbolising the ochre cliffs on Wadawurrung country with bunjil the creator of Wadawurrung country flying over us with the leaves welcoming you all onto Wadawurrung country and to take care while your on Wadawurrung country”