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Pirtek Racing and Motorbase Performance unveil 2016 livery

December 2nd 2015

Pirtek Racing and Motorbase Performance unveil 2016 livery

Pirtek Racing today unveiled its stunning new livery design for Andrew Jordan's #77 Motorbase-run Ford Focus ST at Silverstone (Wednesday, December 2).

Following on from the well-received special one-off chrome edition of the famous Pirtek livery mid-way through the 2015 season, Red Bull athlete Jordan has worked in close conjunction with long-term backers Pirtek to create the spectacular new blue chrome design that will adorn the Motorbase Ford Focus ST for its 2016 Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship campaign.

The striking yellow wheels, Pirtek branding and red chevrons that are familiar to followers of the BTCC remain on Jordan's new mountune-powered Focus ST challenger; however the new eye-catching blue chrome effect wrap is guaranteed to attract new admirers both on and off track.

Pirtek Racing and Motorbase Performance unveil 2016 livery"Moving across to Motorbase for next year we wanted to take the opportunity to change up the livery;" said Jordan. "The idea came from the fans reaction to the chrome livery from earlier this year and we wanted to find a way to incorporate the Pirtek blue.

Pirtek Racing and Motorbase Performance unveil 2016 livery"I've always said that it's the best looking car on the grid and I think that's definitely the case now."

Motorbase Performance Team Principal David Bartrum added: "I think the new livery is stunning. You have to stand out in the BTCC and I think the Pirtek car will certainly turn heads.

"You go racing to win races and championships but you've also got to deliver the brand for backers of the team and I think that the new livery says that Pirtek is back and back in a big way."