TOYOTA 86 graduate Cody Burcher has unveiled his first Supercar in a location entrenched in Australian motorsport history.
Burcher is contesting his rookie Dunlop Super3 Series campaign in a MW Motorsport Nissan Altima, with backing from civil and mining construction company AWCON.
The Orange product took the covers off his #15 Altima on home soil, at the 25th anniversary Gnoo Blas Classic.
Gnoo Blas/Orange in country New South Wales is special as the site of the inaugural Australian Touring Car Championship race in 1960, won by David McKay in a Jaguar.
Burcher will make his Super3 debut at Mount Panorama on February 23-25.
There’s expected to be few Super3 cars at Round 1, with a strong Super2 contingent set to account for the vast majority of the Dunlop Series field.