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Pink Middy’s Camaro for Fullwood

BRYCE Fullwood will continue donning bright pink in the 2023 Repco Supercars Championship with Middy’s Electrical extending its support of the Territorian.

Brad Jones Racing’s announcement this morning is officially the first time Fullwood has been confirmed in the Albury squad’s 2023 line-up, although it has long been clear that there’ll be no changes to their roster.

Having graduated as the 2019 Super2 Series winner, Fullwood spent two seasons at Walkinshaw Andretti United before shifting last year to drive BJR’s #14 entry.

A season spent in the midfield ensued, the now 24-year-old placing 17th in the championship with a best race result of ninth at Bathurst.

“Having Middy’s onboard as we gear up for Gen3 is great, they’ve been incredible supporters throughout my career and it’s really exciting to continue our relationship into 2023,” said Fullwood.

“Getting behind the wheel of the Middy’s Electrical Camaro at Winton in February is going to be a special moment for me and for the team, they’ve been working extremely hard at the shop to get these cars ready.

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“The Middy’s livery is going to look amazing on the Camaro and I can’t wait to be able to share what that looks like with everyone.

“I can’t thank Nicholas and Anton Middendorp and the Middendorp Group enough for everything they’ve done for me.”

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Middy’s director Nicholas Middendorp expressed his delight at continuing their loyal support of Fullwood.

“On behalf of co-director, my cousin, Anton Middendorp and the entire Middy’s team we are excited to continue our support of Bryce Fullwood and our partnership with Brad Jones Racing as a naming rights sponsor for the 2023 Supercar Championship,” he said.

“As a long-standing supporter of Bryce from his early racing days we are proud to be able to continue our 11-year relationship.

“Middy’s is looking forward to once again working with Brad Jones Racing, whose business is built around similar values to Middy’s – being a family-owned and run operation.

“We look forward to this year’s exciting racing season with the commencement of the Gen3 cars on the track.”

Fullwood, who has one main game podium finish to his name, had Phil Keed as his 2022 race engineer.

BJR is yet to confirm its engineering structure for the new season, although it is known that Paul Forgie (previously Jack Smith’s race engineer) has departed to Matt Stone Racing.

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