GRM Unveils 2022 Valvoline Racing Liveries
February 10, 2022
Garry Rogers Motorsport (GRM) revealed its 2022 racing liveries for their competing cars on Thursday 10th of February along with Valvoline Australia ahead of the AWC Race Tasmania event at Symmons Plains Raceway commencing on the 11th of February 2022.
Valvoline, partner of GRM for 34 years, feature on this years’ liveries on their cars racing in TCR Australia, National Trans Am and S5000.
Barry Rogers, Director of Garry Rogers Motorsport said, “Valvoline are part of the GRM family and to have this iconic brand supporting our team in 3-National Championships including TCR, the fastest growing Touring Car category in the world; the NASCAR inspired Trans-Ams and the fastest and most exhilarating race cars in the southern hemisphere, the S5000’s is something we are very proud of at GRM”.
The team have taken inspiration from the U.S. with the cars now a striking candy red; a homage to Valvoline’s American roots and GRM’s longstanding partnership with The Original Engine Oil brand.
Michelle Brewin, Managing Director Valvoline Australia / Pacific said, “Valvoline is proud to continue our long standing partnership with GRM and excited to reveal the new racing liveries of Team Valvoline GRM.”
“Having the new livery of the S5000, TCR and Trans Am pay homage to The Original Engine Oil with the red will see the team really stand out on track.”
“Valvoline and GRM have been partners for over 30 years. The Team at GRM are not only a great motorsport team, but their work ethic and family values resonate with Valvoline’s culture,” she said.
The team and cars assembled at Launceston’s Symmons Plains Raceway in the lead up to AWC Race Tasmania revealing the red paint jobs alongside this years’ Team Valvoline GRM drivers including Aaron Cameron (TCR), Kody Garland (TCR), James Golding (S5000) and Nathan Herne (S5000 and Trans Am).
The team are looking forward to an action-packed year featuring some of Australia’s best driving talents alongside our valued partners.