ASM reveals new livery for Phillip Island

Ash Seward Motorsport has revealed a revised livery for the Lynk & Co 03 of Dylan O’Keeffe for the latest rounds of the TCR Australia season at Phillip Island.

Having run the same livery as in 2023 this far, the team will switch to a black base on the race-winning car from the weekend ahead at a circuit where O’Keeffe won back in 2019 at the wheel of an Alfa Romeo.

“We learnt a lot about the Lynk & Co at Sandown and Tassie, but Phillip Island is a high-grip circuit which we haven’t been to so far this year,” O’Keeffe said.

“I’m keen to stretch the legs of our new-look Autoglym TCR on Phillip Island’s European-style circuit. I haven’t driven on the new track surface there yet, but we feel that the car is really going to suit it.

“Symmons is a unique track, and it’s also very dirty and dusty. The set-up work that we did was   heading in the right direction, so I’m really looking forward to the fast and flowing nature of Phillip Island.

“We’ve got good history there. ASM and myself won there in the first year of TCR in the Alfa Romeo, so this we’re aiming to repeat history. The new livery reflects a new outlook for our team. All black. All eyes forward.”