Supercars 2021: Your guide to all the new liveries. Pics: Supplied

THE run-up to every Supercars season features teams whipping the covers off brand new, eye-catching liveries for the upcoming season.

Here’s a full rundown on every livery revealed so far by Supercars teams for the 2021 season.

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#17 Will Davison
Main season livery

The team is once again known as Dick Johnson Racing after the exit of Team Penske but retains a familiar livery on its two brand-new Shell V-Power Racing Team Ford Mustangs.

The covers came off live on Channel Seven’s Sunrise program on February 9 ahead of a media launch later that same day, where it was announced that Shell had extended its title sponsorship of the squad with a new multi-year deal.

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#100 Anton De Pasquale
Repco Mt Panorama 500

De Pasquale will run the #100 at the season-opening Repco Mt Panorama 500 in honour of a milestone for sponsor Pirtek, whose new store in Albany, WA is the 100th they’ve opened in Australia.

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#88 Jamie Whincup, #97 Shane van Gisbergen
Main season livery

Now racing under the banner of Red Bull Ampol Racing, Triple Eight revealed a new camouflage blue and white livery live on Sunrise program on January 29 – the second livery launch to occur on Channel Seven’s high-rating morning show since the start of Supercars’ new broadcast rights deal. Click the link below for the full gallery of images.

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#5 Jack Le Brocq
Main season livery

‘JLB’ moves across from the team’s #55 entry to its #5 Ford Mustang, which reunites him with primary sponsorship from Truck Assist. The livery was revealed on February 1, one of three unveiled on that day. Click the link below for the full gallery of images.

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#6 Cameron Waters
Main season livery

Waters will carry the signature colours of Monster Energy on his #6 Ford Mustang for the sixth year in a row, the revised livery 2021 revealed on February 3 ahead of a sponsor ride day at Phillip Island. Click the link below for the full gallery of images.

GALLERY: Bold livery for Waters’ Monster Mustang

#44 James Courtney
Main season livery

Courtney embarks on his first full season with Tickford Racing with a revised livery on the #44 Boost Mobile Ford Mustang, the colours revealed on February 3 ahead of a sponsor ride day at Phillip Island. Click the link below for the full gallery of images.

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#3 Tim Slade
Main season livery

The new Blanchard Racing Team was actually the first team to reveal its 2021 livery back on December 14, 2020, with Tim Slade’s Mustang set to run in bold blue and white colours. Click the link below for the full gallery of images.

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#9 Will Brown
Mt Panorama 500 livery

Erebus Motorsport will run a rolling sponsorship model on Brown’s #9 entry this year, following the loss of previous backer Penrite. This WD-40 livery has been revealed ahead of the Repco Mount Panorama 500, with further primary sponsors to be introduced across the season.

#99 Brodie Kostecki
Main season livery

Following pre-season testing Erebus revealed a new partnership with Boost Mobile, which has taken naming rights to Kostecki’s #99 Commodore. The deal gives Boost two cars on the grid given it continues to back James Courtney at Tickford. The Erebus Holden and Tickford Ford are presented in two distinctly different liveries.


#18 Mark Winterbottom
Main season livery

Mark Winterbottom continues in the colours of IRWIN Tools for a third season at Team 18. In addition to the traditional blue and yellow, the car takes on a splash of Bunnings’ iconic green on its rear quarter panels this year. Bunnings is the exclusive retailer of IRWIN Tools in Australia.

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#20 Scott Pye
Main season livery

Scott Pye will once again sport backing from power tool brand Dewalt for his second season with Team 18. The company’s trademark yellow and black colours underpin the livery, which was revealed on February 15; a day after teammate Winterbottom’s IRWIN car.

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#2 Bryce Fullwood
Main season livery

The #2 Holden was the first livery revealed by Walkinshaw Andretti United for the 2021 season on January 27 ahead of Fullwood’s first rookie test day of the year. Click the link below for the full gallery of images.

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#25 Chaz Mostert
Main season livery

The covers came off this stunning teal and black, Peter Hughes-designed livery on February 1 prior to the shakedown of Mostert’s new chassis at Phillip Island a couple of days later. Click the link below for the full gallery of images.

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#4 Jack Smith
Main season livery

Jack Smith’s SCT Logistics Holden was the first to have its livery revealed by Brad Jones Racing for the 2021 season ahead of a rookie test day at Winton on February 9.

Along with the car’s primary sponsor, Liberty, Gemco Rail, Huski, Dunlop, Timken, Thermo King, Freightliner, Acer, Mizuno, Wash It, Coca Cola Amatil and Randstad all returned for 2021.

#8 Nick Percat
Main season livery

After four seasons of rotating primary sponsorships, Nick Percat will carry the colours of R&J Batteries as the #8 Holden’s major sponsor for the full 2021 season. Click the link below for a gallery of images.

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#14 Todd Hazelwood
Repco Mt Panorama 500

Todd Hazelwood will start the 2021 season in the colours of Dunlop Super Dealer at the Repco Mount Panorama 500. Click the link below for a gallery of images of the new-look car.

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#96 Macauley Jones
Main season livery

Macauley Jones’ third season racing full-time in the ‘main game’ will be under the BJR banner following Tim Blanchard’s move to set up his own squad for 2021, with a new number – #96 – and primary sponsorship from Coca-Cola Amatil. Click the link below for a gallery of images of the new-look car.

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#7 Andre Heimgartner
Main season livery

NED Whisky returns to back Heimgartner’s #7 Ford Mustang for a second season, this time joined by new Kelly Grove Racing sponsor Penrite Oils. Click the link below for a gallery of images from the car’s photoshoot at NED’s headquarters in Campbellfield, Victoria.

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#26 David Reynolds
Main season livery

Penrite joins the renamed Kelly Grove Racing in a major sponsorship role on new recruit Reynolds’ #26 Mustang, the two moves confirmed on January 16 on Channel Seven’s Weekend Sunrise show. Click the link below for the full gallery of images.

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#19 Fabian Coulthard
Main season livery

Coulthard carries major support from Tony Quinn’s Local Legends Meat Snacks company in 2021, having taken over the drive filled by Alex Davison for the bulk of last season.

#22 Garry Jacobson
Main season livery

Jacobson’s car features the same eye-catching yellow and black hues as Coulthard’s, albeit with different branding. His car sports primary backing from PremiAir Hire and has been revealed with the Tour De Cure cancer charity logo adorning its bonnet.


#34 Jake Kostecki
Main season livery

Clothing brand UNIT continues to back Matt Stone Racing’s #34 entry this season, having sponsored the ‘SuperLite’ program last year that featured Kostecki and Zane Goddard with a very similar livery. Kostecki is driving the car full-time in 2021.

#35 Zane Goddard
Main season livery

YellowCover returns to MSR’s #35 Commodore as Goddard takes over driving duties from Garry Jacobson. This livery has also received only minor tweaks from its 2020 guise. Both MSR cars were revealed ahead of a rookie test day on February 10.

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.