After supporting Brody Kostecki in his inaugural season in 2021, Boost has stepped up support for Erebus in the 2022 season.
Both race winners Will Brown and Kostecki will compete in Boost-supported cars under the Erestus-based Boost Mobile Racing flag.
The 2022 version of the Boost livery includes whiter ones than in 2021, while Shaw and Partners, who backed Brown’s car late last season, are heavily present on the cars.
“We are excited to show everyone our latest livery,” said Erebus Managing Director Shannon Keeley.
“This year Erebus is 10 years old and it has been an amazing journey and we can’t wait to see what will be this season.
“We are proud to represent each of our partners and their support reflects the trust they have in our team.
“We can’t thank everyone for their support and we can’t wait for the season to start.”
Boost Mobile boss Peter Aderton said he is happy to keep young drivers in shape as well as a team that is overweight.
“We’re looking forward to next season and we feel it’s the first year the stars have leveled off,” he said.
“Erebus-based Boost Mobile Racing has two wonderful young talented drivers at Brody Costetsky and Will Brown, fast cars and an enthusiastic group of people who will do their best to achieve results.
“And last year showed that the team is able to fight with the front teams and fight for victory.
“Now with Boost Mobile branding both on cars and in all assets of the team, we are ready to embrace the new season.
“Boost Mobile and Erebus have always been about fans, and we want to invite every fan to come on this journey with us.”
Boost Erebus cars will head to Winton on Tuesday for pre-season testing.
Their competitive debut will take place at the opening of the Sydney SuperNight season at Sydney Motorsport Park on March 4-6.