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 Komatsu Forklift Australia will partner with Triple Eight Race Engineering for the twelfth consecutive year in 2019.  

New year, new look… but there’ll be a blast from the past for RBHRT in 2019.

Yes, we know it’s January – but already, the Red Bull Holden Racing Team has had its first victory of 2019. How? By becoming the first team to reveal its livery for the upcoming Supercars season, which featured Craig Lowndes, a Queensland airstrip, and an exciting announcement that added plenty of pop to an early-year sunny Sunday summer’s afternoon in Dalby, a few hours west of Brisbane.

All of six days into his first year of not being a full-time driver in the Supercars game for over 20 years, ‘Lowndesy’ was on hand to unveil the paint scheme on the car set to be driven by Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen in the Supercars championship this season … and by Lowndes himself (we’ll get to that).

The new livery on the RBHRT ZB Commodore has a revised paint job from the car that SVG took to second place in the 2018 season, and after a series of demonstration runs up and down the airstrip in front of thousands of local fans (and some who came from as far as Darwin), Lowndes, as is his custom, had a wide smile on his face. 

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