Will Brown’s repaired Commodore will sport a revised livery at the Bathurst 1000.
Erebus Motorsport were kept busy after the most recent round at Pukekohe, where Brown suffered a massive crash after being hip-and-shouldered off the road by Mark Winterbottom.
There was some doubt the team would be able to finish the build in time for the Great Race, which would have forced them into a spare chassis – which was already scheduled for use by the Greg Murphy and Richie Stanaway wildcard.
The team has reverted back to the black base, with fluoro orange highlights.
“It’s exciting to roll out a new livery for Bathurst, particularly after what’s been a massive team effort to get the car back together,” Brown said.
He will drive with Jack Perkins, son of Australian touring car legend Larry Perkins.
In the other car, Brodie Kostecki will drive with David Russell.