Matt Stone is the son of Jim and nephew of Ross, the ‘Stone Brothers' who came to win three championships in a row in the 2000s.
The first of those was achieved in 2003 by Marcos Ambrose while driving Car #4, after which he took the #1 plate in 2004 and again in 2005, having himself gone back-to-back.
The #10 harks back to the days when Mark Larkham's entry competed in a technical alliance with SBR.
Matt Stone himself worked for SBR before branching out with his own venture in 2010, and winning the Dunlop Super2 Series in 2017 with Todd Hazelwood.
Then, Hazelwood drove Car #35, which remained the case when they stepped up to the top tier in 2017, and had remained on MSR cars ever since.
Having obtained a Garry Rogers Motorsport Racing Entitlements Contract to expand to two cars, it also gained the rights to Car #34 and had stuck with that pair of numbers from 2020 until now.
SCT Motorsports is yet to announce what number its Brad Jones Racing-run Camaro will take, having previously used #4.
Mystery surrounds which number Le Brocq's predecessor, Will Brown, will use at Triple Eight Race Engineering this season.