Erebus Motorsport have a great tradition of racing special liveries on a regular basis and the camouflage livery that they raced at the 2019 Townsville 400 was no exception.
Paying tribute to the Royal Australian Artillery, the new look was unveiled at the Lavarack Barracks in Far North Queensland prior to the event with the team's regular black / red and gold colour scheme being replaced largely with the familiar army camo pattern for both David Reynolds and Anton DePasquale's cars for the event.
Strong qualifying form for Reynolds was a highlight for the weekend with a pole position for Race 17 but unfortunately the qualifying form couldn't be transferred to results on race day. Nevertheless, the livery looked fantastic and is more than worthy of being replicated for collectors.
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