Tickford Racing have taken the covers off Jack LeBrocq’s first Supercheap Auto Racing Ford Mustang.
LeBrocq has replaced Chaz Mostert in the #55 Supercheap Auto entry, with Mostert completing a high-profile defection to Walkinshaw Andretti United in the off-season.
Tickford’s new recruit has moved from Tekno Autosports, where LeBrocq spent two full-time seasons.
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LeBrocq was announced as Mostert’s replacement shortly after the 2014 Bathurst 1000 winner confirmed his exit from the former factory Ford team.
The livery of LeBrocq’s Mustang bares few changes to the scheme that ran on Mostert’s car in 2019. Tickford unveiled the car with a launch video of LeBrocq tearing around a warehouse and car park.
The 2016 Super2 runner-up will on Tuesday take part at Supercars’ pre-season BP Ultimate SuperTest at The Bend Motorsport Park.
Le Brocq will then make his Tickford racing debut as a full-time driver at the season-opening Superloop Adelaide 500 across February 20-23.
Tickford also confirmed on Friday that Jack Perkins will share Will Davison’s #23 Milwaukee Mustang for the 2020 enduros, with the 23Red Racing car’s livery unveiled on Wednesday.
“I’m really looking forward to season 2020 with Supercheap Auto Racing, and what better way to kick it off than laying down some rubber in the car park,” said LeBrocq in a team statement.
“Obviously it’s a big year for me, new team, new car, but I’ve really enjoyed it so far and can’t wait to get into it.
“The Supercheap Auto wagon’s looking good, and she feels good sliding around warehouses and access roads, so I’m really excited to get to Adelaide next week and give it a go on the racetrack.”