Cameron Waters will once again run under the colours of Monster Energy following the reveal of his 2018 livery ahead of this weekend's Adelaide 500 season opener.
The Tickford Racing driver will run an evolution of the striking black and lime green paint scheme on the #6 Falcon FGX.
Waters has been backed by the energy drinks company since stepping up to the main game in 2016.
“The car absolutely awesome. It's pretty similar to last year, but we thought ‘why change something that's not broken?',” said Waters.
“So, yeah, we're pumped to be driving in the same looking car, and to have Monster Energy back on board and all my other sponsors. We can't wait to get this year underway.”
Last season proved to be a breakthrough year for the 23-year-old, finishing eighth in the championship standings having scored a maiden race win at the Wilson Security Sandown 500 alongside Richie Stanaway.
The former Super2 Series winner has endured a busy off-season which has seen the Mildura driver head to England in January for a driver training program, before scoring a Pro-Am class podium his GT3 debut at the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour earlier this month.
The new Monster Energy Falcon will take to the track for the first time on Friday when opening practice begins at 0945 local time.
VIDEO: Cameron Waters livery reveal