With the new RSEA Safety Motorsport Australia Rally Championship (ARC) season just around the corner, ARC teams have continued to release new liveries.
Hyundai Australia and White Wolf Racing today released their new looks.
The switch to Luke Anear’s former Ford Fiesta R5 made it the perfect time to introduce a new livery for White Wolf Racing – designed by New South Wales based Ink Signs.
The car will be piloted by driver Tom Clarke, who will once again team up with co-driver Ryan Preston for the 2022 ARC season.
“New Car, New Season, New Warpaint,” the team announced via social media.
“A new car meant it was time for a change and we are ready for the huge year ahead.
“The team is looking forward to getting into the forest tomorrow and getting the season underway.”
With Brendan Reeves and Kate Catford making their return to the ARC for Hyundai Australia, the company revealed a slick ‘Let’s play’ livery to feature on the i20 N R5.
Created by Adrian Marcelino from All Stuck Up Graphics in Sydney, the design was inspired by the car manufacturer’s recent promotional campaign focused around its series of N vehicles – most notably the acclaimed i30 N hatch, i30 Sedan N and the i20 N hot hatch.
Ahead of his first attempt at the nation’s capital since winning it in 2016, Reeves was looking forward to the ARC season opener.
“This Hyundai i20 N looks fantastic and the design makes it look like it’s flying down a special stage even when it’s standing still,” Reeves said.
“We will certainly be giving it our best from inside the cockpit this weekend to match the design with a winning performance on the time sheets.
“We had a shakedown test last week and the car is amazing to drive. I am really excited and can’t wait for the competition to begin. Let’s play!”
The Netier National Capital Rally takes place in Canberra on 1-3 April.