Fabian Coulthard's Lockwood livery was unveiled today

Don’t try breaking into this car. Brad Jones Racing has taken the wraps off the colour scheme that it will run for new sign-up Fabian Coulthard for the upcoming V8 Supercars championship season, with security products manufacturer Lockwood assuming naming rights on the Kiwi’s #14 Holden Commodore entry.

The Victorian team unveiled its new livery scheme today at a function in Melbourne, where it will join BOC (#8, Jason Bright) and Wilson Security (#21, David Wall) as lead sponsors for the team’s 2012 championship campaign.

Lockwood entered the V8 Supercars arena as a minor sponsor with BJR last year, but have decided to expand their involvement to a naming rights deal for 2012.

Coulthard – a second cousin of former Grand Prix racer David – joined the team after spending the 2011 season racing the Walkinshaw Performance Holden Commodore.

The team also confirmed that it will place a ‘JR’ decal on each of its three cars in honour of Jason Richards, the team’s driver who tragically lost his battle with adrenal cancer late last year.

[Image via Brad Jones Racing]

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