Livery tweak for Bright Ford

Jason Bright will run a tweaked livery on his Mega-backed Prodrive Racing Australia Ford for the remainder of the Supercars season.

Livery tweak for Bright Ford
Jason Bright, Prodrive Racing Australia Ford
Jason Bright, Prodrive Racing Australia Ford, Garry Jacobson, #911 Porsche 911 GT3-R: Liam Talbot
Jason Bright, Prodrive Racing Australia Ford
Jason Bright, Prodrive Racing Australia Ford
Jason Bright, Prodrive Racing Australia Ford

The veteran, who celebrates his 250th round start this year, will debut the tweaked livery this weekend. It features more black and gold than the previous livery, and more white on the bonnet.

According to Mega Fuels national motorsport manager Terry Knight, the change is about bringing the brand’s entire racing portfolio – which also includes Garry Jacobson’s Super 2 entry and Liam Talbot GT3 Porsche – into line.

“Our sponsorship direction has changed since the opening round of the season and with that our overall look has changed as well,” said Knight.

“It was important for our branding changes to be reflected on the car and we’re excited to have it happen in-line with such a big weekend for both Jason and the team.

“The Prodrive Racing team is one big family and we’re thrilled to be increasing our sponsorship with them and make the car as ‘mega’ as possible. It’s such a great sport to invest in for our business and it’s important for us to really get behind Jason and Garry as we near the endurance season.

“The Mega Fuels FG X now reflects our corporate branding that features on Liam Talbot’s Australian GT car which will also be running this weekend. This new MEGA branding now falls in line with our full motorsport programme.

“We think it looks absolutely fantastic. The car looks more aggressive and is a step up from the livery that has served us well in the first half of the year.”

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