David Wall has also revealed his 2013 livery scheme

The two Davids – Wall and Reynolds – have become among the last of the drivers to showcase the livery schemes they will run in the 2013 V8 Supercars Championship season.

Wall will once again pilot a Brad Jones Racing-prepared Holden Commodore VF with sponsorship from Wilson Security, while Reynolds will get behind the wheel of a Ford Falcon FG prepared by Ford Performance Racing.

Reynolds car once again features the green hues of the Bottle-O liquor retail group, although this year’s car features more black around the rear half of the car (pictured below).

After regularly featuring as a frontrunner with a near-win at the Bathurst 1000, Reynolds will be hoping that 2013 is his lucky year where he can finally stand atop the podium.

Reynolds' new warpaint was shown off todayReynolds certainly couldn’t be part of a better stable, with his entry forming part of a four-car Ford Performance Racing effort.

Joining him on the grid once again will be FPR stablemates Mark Winterbottom and Will Davison (racing in Pepsi Max colours), with Alex Davison joining them in the Jeld-Wen sponsored entry run by Charlie Schwerkolt Racing.

For Wall, 2013 will also mark back-to-back years with the same team, with his future secured with the re-signing of Wilson Security as a title sponsor for Brad Jones Racing’s third car.

Wall’s Holden Commodore VF features a slightly revised livery scheme, with flicks of bright green around the headlights and door panels (pictured top).

After a largely disappointing 2012 campaign, all parties are expecting bigger things from Wall as he enters his sophomore year in the V8 Supercars Championship.

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