Stephen and Brenton Grove have taken the wraps off their 2022 FIA Motorsport Games livery where they’ll seek for another medal in the GT category. This year will see Stephen Grove captaining the Australian team in what will be an all-star line-up.
Team Australia recently announced the participation of Porsche factory driver and 2016 Porsche Carrera Cup Australia Champion, Matt Campbell, who will join Stephen and his son, Brenton in the GT Sprint category. TCR representative Aaron Cameron and Karting youngsters Aiva Anagnostiadis and Peter Bouzinelos, are also among Team Australia’s talent taking on the games at Circuit Paul Ricard in France later this month.
Stephen and Brenton unveiled the livery for their Porsche today which features their signature boxing kangaroo; a personal touch which is seen on the majority of Porsche’s driven by the father-son duo. The striking red compliments the white and blue elements on either side, mirroring the Australian flag which spans the bonnet and roof.
Brenton Grove: “The games mark an exciting stage in global motorsport and as a team, we couldn’t be prouder to represent Australia on such a stage. We think the livery will stand out well as we take to one of the most iconic circuits in the world later this month.”
Stephen Grove: “The Australian team is ready for the challenge ahead, and I am excited by the line-up we have which includes some fantastic Australian drivers including Matt Campbell. I’m excited to work with all team members to support them in their respective categories. Our GT livery showcases our signature boxing kangaroo which features on a range of Porsche’s myself and Brenton have driven over the years. It’s fitting to be representing Australia with this, and I look forward to seeing it inn action at Paul Ricard.”
The FIA Motorsport Games will take place at Circuit Paul Ricard in France on 28-30 October with the event to be broadcast in Australia.
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