Red Bull Ampol Racing reveal indigenous liveries

Red Bull Ampol Racing has unveiled their Clontarf Academy-designed indigenous liveries for the upcoming Darwin Triple Crown.

The liveries were designed by students at the Clontarf Academy, operates to improve the education, life skills, self-esteem, and employment prospects of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men through academies in schools across Australia.

Jenny O’Regan, Chief Brand Officer at Ampol Australia, said for over 13 years, Ampol and the Clontarf Foundation have together championed improved education outcomes of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men.

“We are proud to have Clontarf representation once again at the upcoming Darwin Triple Crown, represented by the Gunnedah Academy who have provided the stunning ‘The Journey of the Driver’ Indigenous livery design for the Red Bull Ampol Racing team.”

The design was created by students to describe the life of a Red Bull Ampol Racing driver. The centre circles symbolised by the U shapes are a meeting place. The U shapes are the symbol for a person, this represents the drivers and the extended crew, working together as one. The four corners with striped dots represent the many roads/tracks the driver races on throughout their career.

The special livery will be emblazoned across both the #87 and #88 Chevrolet Camaros, with action from the Darwin Triple Crown starting on 14 June.

Jamie Whincup, Principal of the Red Bull Ampol Racing team, said what an incredible design this group of school mates from Gunnedah’s Clontarf Academy have put together for the Red Bull Ampol Racing cars.

“I’m blown away by the talent they have shown and the amazing story this artwork represents. I’m so thankful that all our major partners, led by Ampol, continue to support Supercars’ Indigenous Round, and let us represent their brands through this unique livery.”

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