Erebus Motorsport’s Will Brown will drive a newly-painted car at this weekend’s Sandown SuperSprint.

Having announced their partnership with the team last month, Integrated Facility Services company, Ozland Group Solutions, will extend on their partnership and become a major sponsor for car #9.

The announcement is the latest in the rolling sponsorship program for car #9, with Ozland taking centre stage as a major partner for the next three consecutive rounds at Sandown, Tasmania and Tailem Bend.

The brand will also return as a major sponsor for the season decider at Gold Coast later this year.

Ozland CEO, James Carlile is pleased to see the relationship developing and is excited to see more awareness spread about the brand.

“As a company, we are proud to support the Erebus Motorsport team and to have the Ozland Group Solutions logo displayed on car #9,” he said.

“We are really behind Will Brown and the Erebus team and especially looking forward to watching this week’s race at Sandown.”

Ozland’s regular branding on the front bumper will expand to the whole car, with their signage featuring prominently on the bonnet and doors of car #9.

The popular testing livery has been recreated, with the car’s black PPG based wrapped in Metamark which features the company’s corporate colours.

Erebus CEO Barry Ryan is thrilled to be building on the partnership with Ozland, a company he is excited to see continually developing.

“It’s exciting to partner with such a passionate Australian company,” he said.

“Ben, James and their team are working hard on building their business and we hope to be a big part of helping them grow.”

Additionally, Brown is excited to have Ozland as a major partner for the next three rounds.

“The car looks fantastic, it’s great to have a company like Ozland Group Solutions in the category and to have them on board in a major way for the next couple of rounds,” he said.

“The team and myself have had a lot of success at Sandown in the past, it’s one we’re definitely feeling excited and positive about.

“We took away a lot of positives from Bathurst and we still got some fairly good results even with a damaged car.

“To have the new chassis under us for the weekend will be great and will allow us to go out there and show everyone what we can do.”

Car #9 will be on full display in tomorrow’s first practice session at 9:45 local time.