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Gallery: New Bathurst 1000 liveries

Take a look through the new liveries that Supercars teams have rolled out ahead of this weekend's Bathurst 1000.

Gallery: New Bathurst 1000 liveries

Brad Jones Racing – Nick Percat/Macauley Jones

Brad Jones Racing – Nick Percat/Macauley Jones
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Photo by: Brad Jones Racing

As part of BJR's rolling sponsorship with the #8 Holden, Percat and Jones will carry some famous Aussie colours at Mount Panorama this weekend.

Tickford Racing – Mark Winterbottom/Dean Canto

Tickford Racing – Mark Winterbottom/Dean Canto
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Photo by: Tickford

Speaking of famous colours, Tickford's Mark Winterbottom and Dean Canto will run big blue stripes on their Ford Falcon. The look is a tip of the hat to the XC Falcons from 1978 as well as some marketing for Tickford's new Mustang road car tune.

Tickford Racing – Richie Stanaway/Steve Owen

Tickford Racing – Richie Stanaway/Steve Owen
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Photo by: Tickford

Tickford has also added a big bird to the side of the #56 entry to celebrate the final Bathurst for the Falcon nameplate (a 14-time Mount Panorama winner).

Nissan Motorsport – Andre Heimgartner/Aaren Russell

Nissan Motorsport – Andre Heimgartner/Aaren Russell
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Photo by: Nissan Motorsport (Australia)

Castrol has doubled its presence in the Nissan garage this weekend, taking over the major backing of the #7 Altima.

Nissan Motorsport – Rick Kelly/Garry Jacobson

Nissan Motorsport – Rick Kelly/Garry Jacobson
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Photo by: Nissan Motorsport (Australia)

The other Castrol Nissan, meanwhile, has moved to a brilliant throwback of the colours that Larry Perkins took to a trio of Bathurst wins in the 1990s.

Walkinshaw Andretti United

Walkinshaw Andretti United
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Walkinshaw Andretti United has moved onto the third version of its Boost Mobil livery for the season, having started with a black base, shifted to white, and gone with silver.

Erebus Motorsport

Erebus Motorsport
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Photo by: Erebus Motorsport

Reigning Bathurst 1000 winner Erebus Motorsport has gone with a gold look on its pair of Holdens, David Reynolds/Luke Youlden celebrating their 2017 success with gold on black, while rookies Anton De Pasquale and Will Brown have red on gold.
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