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14 FEB 2020
Mobil 1 Middy's Racing Livery Revealed
Walkinshaw Andretti United has today revealed the Mobil 1 Middy's Racing Car No. 2 livery, which Bryce Fullwood will drive in his rookie Virgin Australia Supercars Championship campaign.

The livery see's Mobil 1 in the traditional and iconic position on the bonnet, with Middy's taking a major branding position on the sides of the PPG pink and blue entry.

Six new partners in Middy's, Truck Assist, NAPA Auto Parts Australia, Jetpilot Workwear, Oakley, and Palm Trans, have joined the Walkinshaw Andretti United family for 2020.

They join returning partners, PPG, SP Tools, Thetford, High Sierra, Biante, Kawana, Kleentek, OMP, Raceline, Motum Simulation, Amadio Wines, Lloyds Auctions, BMC Air Filters, Spicers, Urban Maintenance Systems, Ferntree Gully Holden, Eagle SMF, King Springs, Kangan Institute, Honeywell, and NGK, who all play an integral role within the team.

Fullwood will first get behind the wheel of his Mobil 1 Middy's Racing No. 2 on Tuesday February 18 at the Tailem Bend SuperTest, before the Adelaide 500 begins on Thursday February 20.

Bruce Stewart Walkinshaw Andretti United Co-Team Principal

"It's fantastic to finally get Bryce's car out there to the public, and show off the vibrant Mobil 1 Middy's Racing livery.

"To have six new partners join us, including Middy's as Co-Naming Rights Partner who join Mobil 1 in their 27th year, is a real testament to this exciting young talent who has joined our team.

Bryce comes in as our first rookie in our top-flight cars for over two decades, and is reinforced by a Super2 championship that complements his refreshing attitude. He's already made a positive mark within the team.

"A huge thank you to Middy's and everyone single one of our amazing partner group who have helped make this happen. It'll be a real privilege to watch the start of Bryce's journey, when this exciting young Australian talent represents WAU and all our aligned brands at Adelaide!"
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