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Greg Murphy Reveals Season-Opening Racing Colours

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Greg Murphy's Pepsi Max Commodore Photo credit: Pepsi Max Crew

Greg Murphy's Pepsi Max Commodore Photo credit: Pepsi Max Crew

Greg Murphy has revealed the first of four different liveries planned for the 2012 V8 Supercars season.

The distinctive Kelly Racing-run Pepsi Max Crew Commodore war paint was revealed ahead of next weekend's Clipsal 500 in Adelaide and the four-time Bathurst winner is pleased to be back running with his customary #51 after using #11 last year.

“I definitely won't have trouble standing out at Clipsal will I?” said Murphy, speaking to BigPond Sport.

“It's a really vibrant livery to kick off the year – I think it looks great and I'm stoked to be back sporting number 51.”

Murphy heads to Adelaide on the back of a win last weekend in the inaugural round of the New Zealand V8 SuperTourers category.

“We want to really push the car in 2012,” Murphy continued.

“We had some successes last season so this year will be all about building on those positives and pushing the Pepsi Max Crew higher up the grid.

“We're all pumped for a very big year in 2012.”

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