TRG-AMR Lauch Livery Design Competition


The new for 2013 TRGAMR North America squad are offering fans the chance to design the race livery of one of their Aston Martin Vantages for the Grand-Am Rolex Series.

The tie-up between Kevin Buckler’s experienced and successful The Racers’ Group team and Aston Martin Racing is set to take the brand to both the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) and the Rolex Series, with the team already having started the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge campaign at Daytona.

“The new partnership with Aston Martin Racing has massive potential, and one of the areas we really want to grow is the fan experience,” claims Coulter Mulligan, Director of Social Media and Marketing for the team. “From giving fans a first-class treatment at the track, to having compelling content for those at home, we want to create a constant channel for our fans to engage with our content. This is only the beginning of a long list of activations we want to create for TRG-AMR fans to interact with us.”

Fans can submit their designs on the team’s Facebook page – www.facebook.com/theracersgroup – with the winning design to be used for one of the Rolex Series events later in the season, TRG-AMR already having two concept liveries for their Vantage.

“This contest is going to be a once in a lifetime chance for fans, artists, and car lovers,” said Buckler. “We look forward to seeing the creative side of our fans and really kicking this TRG-AMR North America partnership off in a big way. People have been designing and customizing their own cars for years, and we want to give them a chance to take one of the most iconic brands, with one of the most successful sports car race teams, and give it a personalized touch.” 

To enter design you livery on the car image below (click for the full size image) using your photo editing program of choice and all the creativity you can muster – the team add that creative use of the TRG-AMR could gain extra credit from the judging panel including Buckler, Aston Martin Racing managing director John Gaw and works driver Darren Turner.

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