Last year, Hill’s captivating colour schemes were the subject of widespread attention from motorsport fans at every Carrera Cup round, earning his CHE Racing Team the coveted Meguiar’s Best-Presented award at season’s end.
Hill said this year’s livery has been designed as a continuation of the fun and unique theme, while also showcasing the team’s new commercial partners.
“Last year’s liveries were always going to be a tough act to follow, but full credit to the crew at Bullrush Rally and Auto Artisan Group – they’ve done another superb job,” Hill said.
“We’ve evolved the comic livery concept used at the start of last season, with spaces to highlight one of our new commercial partners Nautica Global Forwarding, who we met on the 2019 Bullrush Rally.”
Another exciting addition for 2020 is Hill’s helmet, which has been painted in a similar design by Frank at RStar Design.
“I won’t lie… having a helmet that matches the car is pretty cool!” Hill said.
Hill will continue his relationship with Bullrush Rally throughout the year, as a motorsport instructor at the automotive lifestyle brand’s track day events, as well as an entrant in the 5 day Bullrush Rally charity drive from Melbourne to Adelaide.
Hill’s resplendent livery will make its first on-track appearance in Carrera Cup practice at the Superloop Adelaide 500 on Thursday.
Round 1 of Porsche PAYCE Carrera Cup gets underway with practice 1 at 10:55am (local time) tomorrow