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Tony D’Alberto Racing Reveals Provisional Livery

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Tony D'Alberto's provisional 2012 livery Photo credit: Tony D'Alberto Racing

Tony D'Alberto's provisional 2012 livery Photo credit: Tony D'Alberto Racing

Tony D'Alberto Racing has revealed its new short-term livery which will be in place for the first two V8 Supercars events of 2012.

Having ran with an unsponsored white livery at the official pre-season test, abrasives manufacturer, Pferd have now been confirmed as major backers of Tony D'Alberto's #3 Ford Falcon FG for the Adelaide Clipsal 500 and the non-championship event, the Australian Grand Prix.

Backing also comes from GB Galvanizing, who will again feature on the bonnet.

D'Alberto confirmed the team are still chasing a major backer, having parted ways with its previous sponsor, Wilson Security Racing at the end of last season's championship, an association which had stretched back to 2008.

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