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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