Coca-Cola Racing by Erebus has lifted the covers off the new livery their pair of Camaros will carry in this years’ Supercars Championship.
After backing the Melbourne-based squad since 2019, Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) has upped its support to take naming rights for the 2023 and 2024 seasons.
The new-look team launched its campaign with drivers Brodie Kostecki and Will Brown at Warner Bros. Movie World on the Gold Coast today.
“We are delighted to be here on the Gold Coast unveiling our brand new Supercars for 2023.” Lyndon Hunter, National Partnerships Manager at Coca-Cola Europacific Partners, said
“On behalf of CCEP I would like to acknowledge the tremendous effort from Erebus who have worked hard over the holiday period to ensure the cars are ready for the 2023 season.
“The cars look amazing, and we cannot wait to see Brodie and Will in the striking red Camaro’s.”
Erebus Motorsport’s Managing Director Shannen Kiely was thrilled to show off the team’s new look.
“It’s a privilege to be up here at Movie World today to show off our new look for 2023,” Kiely said.
“There has never been a more exciting time for our sport, and the launch of our new car marks a significant milestone not only for the category but also our team.
“We are very proud to unveil our Coca-Cola Camaros, and I’d like to thank all of our team partners for their support.”
“We look forward to hitting the track next week and getting the new season underway.”
The predominantly red design sees a black PPG base wrapped in Metamark, with the iconic white Coca-Cola dynamic ribbon featured throughout.
Alongside the global drinks company, Shaw and Partners branding features heavily across the cars after announcing they had secured an extension with the investment and wealth management firm last week.
Grays, Southern Cross Truck Rentals, Pedders, PPG Industries, Snap-on Tools, Supagas, Australian Army, Sparco, Metamark, natiive, Workwear Discounts, Rampage, CM Security, Griffith Corporation, Motorsport Distributors Group and New Balance also adorn the car’s livery, as well as new partners Rain Bird and D2N Technology Solutions.
The Cover Shop, Booran GMSV, Mechanix Wear, Hawk Carts and Noise Guard complete the team’s list of partners.The car now moves to Northcliffe Surf Club where it will be on display until late-Saturday at the Shaw and Partners Shannon Eckstein Ironman Classic, as part of the Shaw and Partners Summer of Surf.
The team will hit the track for the first time in their Gen3 Camaros at Winton Motor Raceway next week before the official test day at Sydney Motorsport Park on February 22.