Brad Jones Racing reveals Heimgartner, Fullwood colours

Brad Jones Racing has revealed the liveries of two of the four cars it will campaign in the 2024 Supercars championship season.

The Chevrolet team will once again run four cars this year, with Andre Heimgartner, Bryce Fullwood and Macauley Jones all returning and Jaxon Evans coming in to replace Jack Smith after his decision to step down from a full-time role.

Heimgartner will continue to run with backing from R&J Batteries in the #8 Camaro this season in the first year of a new two-year partnership, with his focus on trying to improve on seventh in the standings last year.

“R&J Batteries have pulled together another stunning livery, I’m very excited by the whole paint scheme – if it goes as good as it looks we’re in for a great year,” he said.

“We found our stride in the middle of last year and unfortunately weren’t able to capatilize it there at the end, but we’ve all been putting in some serious hours over the summer to come back stronger.

“I’m as ready as ever to get to Bathurst and get racing, this is my ninth year in the category and third year with BJR. I’m comfortable with the environment and the team here, I’ve seen what we can do over the last two years and there’s just a few things we needed to clean up which we have.

“This year is a big opportunity for us.”

Fullwood meanwhile will continue to race one of the most eye-catching cars on the grid, with his car once again featuring the bright pink of Middy’s Electrical.

“Looking at the Middy’s Camaro, I can’t wait to get into it,” he said. “I think we left 2023 with some unfinished business and I’m keen to get racing again and start off 2024.

“It’s a looker for sure, the car was stunning on track and I’m excited to keep the same style, it stands out heaps and works really well.

“Middy’s has an iconic style and that’s really down to how great their branding is. I’m so thankful for all the support I get from everyone there, especially from Nicholas and Anton Middendorp. They’ve made it possible for me to go racing for the last 12 years and I am so grateful to them for that.

“We had some really good moments last year, Phil [Keed, engineer] and I were able to really gel and that’s very important to get right. We made a big jump forward for 2023 and we’ve been working hard to continue the momentum into 2024.”