Notice: Trying to access array offset on value of type bool in /home/thecheck/public_html/wp-content/themes/inhype/content-single.php on line 24
Touring CarsV8 Supercars

Tony D’Alberto Racing Reveals Provisional Livery

1 Mins read
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.

170 posts

About author
Andy is our resident V8 Supercars reporter. He also runs the V8 Supercars fan site www.v8scglobal.com and works as a freelance motorsport writer (with experience in both the World and British Touring Car Championships). You can find him on Twitter at @andychampness or contact him via his website www.andychampness.co.uk
Articles
Related posts
DTMTouring Cars

BMW face logistical challenges for the 2020 DTM season

3 Mins read
A condensed season for DTM leaves the teams with a logistical nightmare. BMW Team RMG Team Principal Stefan Reinhold reveals how they are planning on coping with the situation.
Formula 1MotorcyclesOff RoadOpen WheelSportscarsTouring Cars

Motorsport in the UK set to hit tracks from 4 July

2 Mins read
Motorsport UK reveals latest plans to get racing back on track in the UK.
BTCCInterviewsTouring Cars

Rickard Rydell on his career and all things BTCC

9 Mins read
Rickard Rydell became a household name in the 1990s thanks to his exploits in the British Touring Car Championship, the pinnacle of which was clinching the title in 1998 at the wheel of his Volvo S40