Spectators at this weekend’s Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 can expect their eyes to be transfixed on Cameron Hill’s Porsche Carrera Cup car when he drives around the Mountain, thanks to Bullrush Rally and Auto Artisan Group’s latest livery creation.
Hill’s Porsche has created interest and attention at every round this season, thanks to the spectacular warpaint unveiled at the start of the 2019 season.
For Bathurst – the scene of Hill’s best Carrera Cup result last year – the car has been presented in a refreshed colour scheme that is even more eye-catching.
Bullrush Rally founder Marko Seider explained the inspiration behind the updated livery.
“Bathurst was Cameron’s strongest drive last year, and his first podium in Carrera Cup,” Seider said.
“He’s going to be the one to watch, so we teamed up with Auto Artisan for a new livery that you can’t take your eyes off!
“The livery design is based on the Bullrush Rally Porsche GT3 road car, which is the hero car that leads the pack at all our Bullrush Rally events.
“We’ve decided to unite the two cars, and Cameron’s race car design will be instantly recognisable to anyone who has participated in a Bullrush Rally event.
“Once again, Auto Artisan Group have perfectly executed the entire concept, from design to creation, and the end result is something that will captivate the attention of fans around the Mountain.”
As part of his role with the automotive lifestyle brand, Hill has attended Bullrush Rally events throughout the year, including the recently-introduced Trackfest gatherings, where he has provided driving tuition to owners of exotic supercars.
“Cameron has been a great asset to our community, especially at the Trackfest days where our members have benefited from his guidance, and been able to explore the limits of their vehicles in controlled conditions,” Sieder said.
Hill, whose car is one of the finalists for the 2019 Meguiar’s Best-Presented Award, is looking forward to displaying the livery on track.
“A big thank you to Auto Artisan Group and Bullrush Rally for coming up with another amazing design – I can’t wait to showcase it on the Mountain, hopefully right at the front of the pack,” Hill said.
Hill’s newly-wrapped Porsche will make its first on-track appearance during practice at 8:50 this morning, with the qualifying session now being held at 3:15 this afternoon.