Rolling sponsorship for Supercars rookie

Erebus Motorsport will use a rolling sponsorship model for Will Brown's rookie Supercars campaign.

Rolling sponsorship for Supercars rookie

The Holden squad has confirmed Brown's #9 entry will cycle through different primary backers across the course of the 2021 season.

The first is WD-40, its familiar blue and yellow hues to adorn Brown's car for what will be his full-time Supercars debut at Bathurst this weekend.

“I am very excited to have WD-40 on the car for the opening round at Bathurst,” Brown said.

“They’re such an iconic brand and have been in motorsport for a long time so it’s great to have them feature on my car.

“I’m really looking forward to Bathurst and hopefully we’ll see the Erebus WD-40 car up the front.”

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Erebus boss Barry Ryan added: “To start the year off with WD-40 is really exciting.

“WD-40 have come on board for the entire season, but this round it takes top billing. WD-40 is the brand of choice for the team and the car is sure to make a big impact on track.”

Erebus will field an all-rookie line-up in 2021, Will Brown and Brodie Kostecki replacing David Reynolds and Anton De Pasquale at the end of last season.

Brown made a solid start to his first full campaign by topping last Friday's official pre-season test at Winton.

Practice at Mount Panorama kicks off at 12pm local time tomorrow.

Will Brown, Erebus Motorsport

Will Brown, Erebus Motorsport

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