Walkinshaw Andretti United has today revealed the NAPA Auto Parts Racing livery, to be piloted by Alexander Rossi and James Hinchcliffe at the 2019 Bathurst 1000.
The No. 27 Holden Commodore dons the famous NAPA blue and yellow, painted with PPG Paints, as they take the major branding position on the bonnet and sides of the car, supported by Ryco, NARVA, Bendix, Prostream, CRC, Monroe and Gates.
Virgin Australia are seen on the rear quarter and front spoiler lip, with their red and purple incorporated seamlessly into the design.
They join WheresMyConcrete and Polaris Materials’ Orca High Performance Concrete Aggregates on the car, who were have been partners of the entry since its inception.
Dunlop has continued their support of global motorsport and driver development in a partnership that goes above and beyond their series partnership with Supercars. Both Rossi and Hinchcliffe will get their first taste of a fresh set of Dunlop Sport Maxx tyres tomorrow at Winton Raceway.
Walkinshaw Andretti United’s series sponsors, Mobil 1™, Morris Finance, VISA Global Logistics, CAT Workwear, BMC Air Filters, King Springs and Biante are also seen on the livery.
Tomorrow, Tuesday October 1, the NAPA Auto Parts Racing No. 27 begins day one of a three day test a Winton Motor Raceway, before heading to Bathurst the following week, with on-track activity beginning Thursday October 10.
Any media wishing to attend, or with any requests from the day, are encouraged to contact Andrew Wiles of Walkinshaw Andretti United.