Jack Sipp reveals Trans Am colours
Turtle Wax Trans Am Series debutant Jack Sipp has revealed the Supa F Series Spares Ford Mustang at Queensland Raceway this weekend.
The former Super2 racer makes the switch to Turtle Wax Trans Am forming three entries prepared by Paul Morris. Sipp joins Supercheap Auto-supported Nash Morris and top 10 runner Chris Pappas within the team.
Although it’s a delayed debut after problems during the lead up forced him to miss the round at Sydney Motorsport Park, but instead his maiden appearance will be on home turf at Queensland Raceway where he previously tested two weeks ago.
Predominately white, it does have distinctive red and white stripes providing an American flavour ensuring the Ford Mustang should standout on track.
Major support of the entry comes from Supa F Series Spares specialising in not just Ford F-Series parts and auto accessories, but also other American manufacturers including Chevrolet, GM, RAM and Jeep components.
Stocking Ford Genuine, GM Parts, Dana Spicer, Raybestos, KYB, Snugtop, Custom Gear, US Gear and Motive Gear Performance parts at locations situated in Victoria and Queensland.
Other supporters forming part of Sipp’s attack include Combined Haulage NZ, Camera Cycle, Edge Designer Homes, Bank of Queensland Noosa and Noosa Thai Boxing Academy where preparation has taken place ahead of his return to competition.
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