Matt Stone Racing has revealed a new look on its Holden ZB Commodore for this weekend's Vodafone Gold Coast 600.
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“I think it looks great and is reflective of the vibrant and youthful culture we have here on the Gold Coast,” said team owner Matt Stone.
The new colours appear on ZB Commodore that has undergone an extensive repair since The Great Race following a heavy crash at the Metal Grate that ended the team's Bathurst campaign on lap 101 with Hazelwood at the wheel.
MSR has been generating plenty of headlines off the track with the squad confirming the purchase of Racing Entitlements Contracts from Kelly Racing and Garry Rogers Motorsport to expand to a two car effort next season.
The squad has one yet to be revealed driver locked in for 2020 and is working on its plans for its second entry.
Meanwhile, its new look ZB Commodore for Hazelwood and Smith will hit the track for the first time in Friday's opening practice at 1015 local time.