Cameron Hill has revealed the warpaint he will take into battle for his 2019 Carrera Cup campaign, unveiling a spectacular livery supported by Bullrush Rally.
The automotive lifestyle brand, which organises road trips and driving experiences for its members around Australia, teamed up with Auto Artisan Group to come up with the distinctive, multi-coloured livery.
Hill said he cannot wait to show off his new colours at the season-opening Adelaide 500 this weekend.
“The livery looks absolutely fantastic, everyone who has seen it has been instantly blown away,” Hill said.
“It’s going to turn plenty of heads at every round we visit, and it’s a great way for Bullrush Rally to generate awareness of their activities and encourage motoring enthusiasts to be part of their events.”
According to Bullrush Rally founder Marko Seider, the organisation benefited from a previous involvement in Carrera Cup, and was keen to support a dedicated and talented driver.
“We supported Jaxon Evans for two years, and during that time, we fell in love with Carrera Cup and the motorsport scene,” Seider said.
“With Jaxon winning the championship and heading to Europe, we were looking for opportunities to continue in the category.
“We met Cameron and heard the amazing story of him and his family running their own team out of Canberra. We decided he was someone who would benefit from our support and engage well with our community.
“The partnership with Cameron will enable us to continue attending Carrera Cup events, bringing members of our Bullrush Rally community along to the track, and giving us a platform to create more amazing experiences for our community of over 2000 members.”
Hill and his distinctively-liveried Porsche, which will also be supported by Seears Workwear, Anytime Fitness, Tony Farrugia Bodyworks and BAXX Australia, will be on track for two Carrera Cup practice sessions on Thursday.