Erebus Motorsport has revealed a new primary backer for Anton De Pasquale’s new ZB Commodore ahead of this weekend’s Adelaide 500.


Thermosphere, an ingenious re-engineering and redesign of existing air-conditioning technology, has taken major signage on the #99 Holden.


De Pasquale, who makes his Championship debut this weekend, is looking forward to showing off his new colours.


“Not only does the car look good, it’s extra special being my debut,” De Pasquale said.


“It’s very exciting to be rolling out for my first main game event this weekend,

and it’s fantastic to have the support of Thermosphere.”


Thermosphere was developed in Australia and tackles issues of space, functionality and quality, and is now poised to revolutionise how we live and breath indoors.


The announcement comes just days before the Championship kicks off, after a busy off-season for the team.


“The crew have been working tirelessly the past few months to prepare the new Commodores,” De Pasquale said.


“Both test days ran faultlessly and it was a great opportunity to get really comfortable ahead of the first race.”


The season opener kicks off Friday, with practice starting at 9:45am local time.


Find out more about Thermosphere by clicking here.