Todd Kelly's Nissan Altima will sport yet another livery at this weekend's Winton Super Sprint.
Kelly's Carsales Racing entry will feature branding from another of the website's properties in the form of trucksales.com.au.
Having started the season with a full carsales livery, car #7 ran with bikesales signage at Symmons Plains and Phillip Island and partsales at Barbagallo.
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“I am very fortunate to have the support of carsales and their entire network,” said Kelly.
“All their different platforms cover most of my interests and I've loved trucks ever since I was a young boy.
“Back in Mildura, my parents had trucks. I remember driving around the property and having a ball.”
Kelly heads to this weekend's Winton Super Sprint off the back of a jet ski trip from Victoria to Tasmania and back, and the Supercars veteran has now floated the possibility of driving one of Nissan Motorsport's transports to the Perth event.
“I was talking to the guys about the trip across from Perth and that's one trip I've not done. I've driven to Darwin and back from Townsville before, but I haven't done the big one to Perth.
“Probably a bit like jet skiing across Bass Strait, driving the team transporter across Australia would be one of those adventures you'd do, tick the box and then not push too hard to do it again.”
Practice for the Winton Super Sprint begins tomorrow with the Additional Driver session at 1050 AEST.
VIDEO: The trucksales Altima is loaded into the Nissan Motorsport transporter