Zac Soutar reveals new sponsor and livery ahead of TCR Bathurst 400
Supercheap Auto TCR Australia privateer Zac Soutar has revealed an eye-catching new livery ahead of the category’s longest ever races at the TCR Bathurst 400.
The family-run Team Soutar Motorsport Honda Civic Type R will feature primary support from commercial print paper product company Spicers, which aligns closely with the Soutar’s printing business away from the track.
This association also extends to the vinyl used for the new livery, which is 3M, a brand distributed throughout Australia by Spicers.
Noted as a rising star among the Supercheap Auto TCR Australia field, Soutar debuted this season in an ex-Wall Racing Honda Civic Type R, finishing a best of eighth at Phillip Island.
Soutar welcomed the support of Spicers ahead of the Supercheap Auto TCR Australia finale at the Mountain.
“I’m really excited to have Spicers onboard for the TCR Bathurst 400,” said Soutar.
“Being a printer by trade, I use Spicers paper products every day of my working life, so it’s fantastic to have a bit of a cross over into my racing life and see the logo on the side of the car for the first time.
“We’ve wrapped the car using the 3M vinyl products that Spicers distributes as well. It has come up an absolute treat, and I can’t wait to get it out onto the Mountain next week.”
Concluding the Supercheap Auto TCR Australia Series, the TCR Bathurst 400 will feature three 21-lap events across the week, starting with Practice 1 at 10:40am AEDT.