Colin Sieders will debut a brand-new look for this weekend's final round of the Fujitsu V8 Supercars Series at the Sydney Telstra 500 at Sydney Olympic Park.
The Sydney-based team has secured support from Bisley Workwear and will carry the striking new blue and yellow colour scheme
Bisley Workwear first became involved with Sieders Racing Team for Homebush in 2009 after purchasing a hot lap around Homebush that was donated to Careflight NSW by the team.
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Sieders told Speedcafe.com.au that he was pleased top bring a new major backer to V8 Supercars.
“It's great to have Bisley support us for the Homebush round,” he said.
“Sydney is a big race for our team – it's our local race – so it will be good to put on a competitive show for everyone.”
Sieders has only competed in one Fujitsu V8 round this year, racing in the Townsville round in the City of Townsville Falcon, sporting the insignias of 13 Townsville businesses.
Colin's brother David currently sits fourth in the Yokohama V8 Utes Series having claimed the Utes Rookie of the Year prize with a round to spare.
Besides the racing this weekend, Sieders is organising an appearance at the Red Cross Concord Blood Bank Donor Centre on Thursday, December 2. Sieders is encouraging other members of the racing fraternity to donate blood.