WALKINSHAW Andretti United has revealed Chaz Mostert’s new livery for the 2021 Supercars season ahead of its first on-track outing for the year.

Following in the footsteps of teammate Bryce Fullwood’s bold livery, Mostert’s #25 Holden Commodore ZB will carry a stunning teal and black look – penned by renowned designer Peter Hughes – for primary sponsors Mobil 1 and Appliances Online.

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Recently announced gomo, a new, no-nonsense subscription-based telco, increases its presence on the front window banner, joining fellow new backers Goodyear Autocare, Prixcar Services, Acronis, Signzone, K&N and Stratasys.

Back again for the 2021 season are Gold Partners, Morris Finance, Truck Assist, NAPA Auto Parts Australia, CoreStaff, Versor, Thetford, Palm Trans, PPG, Spicers, Urban Maintenance Systems (UMS), Lloyds Auctions, Amadio Wines, Raceline, OMP, Motum Simulation, Biante, Kleentek, King Springs, Kangan Institute, Woodstock Bourbon, Oakley, Motorsport Distributors Group, and NGK Spark Plugs.

“It was important to us to see some harmony between both cars as well, we are a team, a family, and I think these liveries represent that very well – Peter Hughes has done a great job with both,” Bruce Stewart, WAU Team Principal, said.

“The season really kicks into gear for us now, and we are all eagerly waiting for Round 1, working hard to ensure we continue to move forward like we did in 2020.

“This should be a very exciting year for Chaz and the Mobil 1 Appliances Online Racing car – and the strong commercial support reflects that.”

The new colours will have their track debut on Wednesday 3 February as Mostert shakes down a brand new ZB Commodore at Phillip Island before a proper hit out at the Victorian teams’ pre-season test day at Winton Motor Raceway on February 16.

Will Dale is V8 Sleuth's Head of Content - Digital. He began his media career as a breakfast radio newsreader before joining SPEED TV Australia and FOX SPORTS Australia in 2012 as its Digital Editorial Lead - Motorsport, covering all forms of motorsport both in Australia and internationally. He became part of the V8 Sleuth team in 2018.