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Garry Rogers Motorsport Unveils New Look Fujitsu Racing Commodore

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Fujitsu Racing GRM 2012 entry Photo credit: Garry Rogers Motorsport

Fujitsu Racing GRM 2012 entry Photo credit: Garry Rogers Motorsport

In front of a large audience at its Melbourne workshop, Garry Rogers Motorsport (GRM) unveiled its new-look Fujitsu Commodore V8 Supercars, which will be driven by Michael Caruso and new recruit, Frenchman Alexandre Prémat in this year's V8 Supercars championship.

Caruso, in the #34 entry heads into his fifth season with the squad, but his first without Lee Holdsworth as a teammate. Former DTM regular Prémat, replaces Holdsworth and will steer the #33 entry.

As well as the livery unveiling, GRM also confirmed that Greg Ritter has re-signed for the 2012 endurance events in what will be his seventh consecutive season with the team. A fourth driver for this year's races at Sandown and Bathurst is still to be announced.

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