Team Dynamics has unveiled the livery it will use in this year’s British Touring Car Championship, with the outfit opting to continue with a black base colour.
The team is embarking on its first year without any Honda support in 17 years, although Halfords remains on board and Rowbottom has brought Cataclean backing to the West Midlands team.
Matt Neal has stepped aside from driving duties, whilst Gordon Shedden is returning with the team to the BTCC after three seasons away.
“We have been working on this livery for several months now,” said Team Dynamics Director Matt Neal. “It is always difficult to try and do something different and striking each season, whilst being mindful of giving our sponsors the best bang for their buck.
“The car looks fast standing still!”
Halfords Group Marketing Director Lisa Bond added: “We are very excited to see the wraps pulled off the new livery, with the Halfords logo taking pride of place.
“The car looks fantastic and we can’t wait to see how it performs on the track. This partnership is part of our drive to inspire and support a lifetime of motoring and cycling, and establish ourselves as the leading motoring services provider in the UK.”
Ross Baigent MD of Cataclean, continued: “It’s a standout livery and ties in perfectly with our partnership with Halfords and Team Dynamics this season, we are proud of being British and all our bottles of Cataclean carry the Union Jack flag.”