The new livery comes as the car’s main backer, Castrol, unveils a global rebrand centered on a new logo.
This is the first time the brand has updated its logo look in nearly two decades.
Randall’s Mustang now features updated badges in an all-new livery featuring whiter paint than the one used so far this season.
“I think this design embodies Castrol’s commitment to pushing boundaries and driving innovation both on and off the track, and I’m delighted to debut it in Townsville this weekend,” Randall said.
“Castrol has always been synonymous with quality and performance and the refreshed design truly reflects the spirit of the brand.
” I am honored to drive a Castrol Racing Mustang, And can’t wait to see how fans react to the new look.
Jotika Prasad, Castrol ANZ Marketing Director, added: “The Castrol brand has always been intrinsically linked to motorsports, so it is incredibly exciting to see Castrol’s new brand identity for the first time. Appear on
“Castrol’s new brand identity symbolizes our focus on the future and our commitment to creating new opportunities for growth and success. Castrol shares Thomas’ and the entire Tickford team’s With ambition and a commitment to success, we can’t wait to continue that pursuit when the new-look #55 Castrol Racing Mustang hits the track [today].”
The new look will be available today local time 10:10am Head into first practice for the Townsville 500.