Erebus Motorsport is giving fans the chance to see Greg Murphy and Richie Stanaway’s wildcard livery in the flesh, as they open their doors next Sunday.
The squad will open the doors to their Melbourne-based workshop, where they will unveil the livery that Greg Murphy and Richie Stanaway will run at this year’s Bathurst 1000.
Murphy and Stanaway will both be on hand to sign autographs and take photos with fans, along with Will Brown, Brodie Kostecki, Jack Perkins and Erebus Academy driver Jay Hanson.
The team’s two regular ZB Holden Commodore Supercars will also be among the star attractions, alongside the team’s ‘Mercodore’.
It is the first time since 2019 and since COVID halted movement around the world, that fans will have the opportunity to see inside the team’s facilities.
Fans will be provided an opportunity to purchase a range of team merchandise and memorabilia, plus workshop tools and equipment. The V8 Sleuth team will also be on site with a range of books, DVDs and various items.
The open day will also feature live music and a sausage sizzle, with gold coin donations going to the team’s official charity Feel the Magic, helping bereaved families.
Erebus’ facility at 16 Commercial Drive, Dandenong South will be open from 11am – 2pm on Sunday, August 14.