Komatsu Forklift Australia is again partnering with Triple Eight Race Engineering for another consecutive year in 2024.
Red Bull Ampol Racing has revealed its stunning 2024 Supercars Championship liveries that will feature on the team’s two Gen3 Chevrolet Camaros in front of a crowd of thousands at their ‘Livery Landing’ public season launch held at Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport.
The local crowd were treated to an array of partner activations, a ‘show and shine’ exhibition and an aerobatic display by Red Bull pilot Matt Hall before the team revealed their 2024 challengers in style with a number of burnout and pit stop demonstrations, entertaining the cheering crowd.
The team officially welcomed Toowoomba local Will Brown as a Red Bull Ampol Racing driver for the 2024 season and beyond, alongside Broc Feeney who enters his third year with the team in the main game. Both drivers were accompanied by co-drivers Scott Pye and Jamie Whincup, who were announced to partner with Brown and Feeney respectively for the Supercars Enduro Season.
With their ongoing support from naming-rights partners Red Bull and Ampol, the team will continue to enjoy support from major team partners; ACDelco, Ampol Amplify Premium Fuels, Chevrolet Racing, HP, Harvey Norman, JGI, National Storage, New Holland, Quad Lock, Supercheap Auto, ToolPro and Wurth.
In addition, the team is extremely excited to welcome on board for the 2024 season: Complete Parts & Equipment Solutions.
The team will also enter 2024 with an unchanged race engineering line up, with Andrew Edwards working alongside Brown in the #87 Camaro, and Martin Short continuing as Feeney’s race engineer in the #88 Camaro. Both engineers will continue to work under the guidance of the team’s Technical Director, Jeromy Moore, and Team Manager, Mark Dutton.
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