Jarvis Motorsport News
13/5/2013Fords Pepsi Max Crew is on its way to Texas and the team is not only excited to showcase its Falcon race cars to the American Ford faithful but also continue to build on the ever-improving form of all four of its cars.The team had a sneak peak of the Circuit of the Americas layout last year when Mark Winterbottom toured the facility and with a strong first impression he is looking to continue his charge back up the table in Austin.Will Davison is a close second in the points but the growing pace of the factory teams four cars...
Read More >Posted on 14 May 2013 | 8:36 pm
5/5/2013Fords Pepsi Max Crew has claimed an important haul of points in Perth and Will Davison holds second overall despite the team suffering a frustrating end to proceedings in the final 42-lap race.Race 11 Will lead the field into Turn 1 followed by the rest of his factory Ford team-mates inside the top 10. The order remained largely unchanged despite an early safety car bunching the field. Mark became the first of the frontrunners to elect to make a tyre stop, coming in on lap 17 from fifth. Will pitted from the lead one lap later though lost out on...
Read More >Posted on 5 May 2013 | 9:52 pm
1/5/2013Fords Pepsi Max Crew has undergone one of its most significant livery changes ever as from Perth both of its Ford Falcons will be adorned in the same livery for the first time in the factory teams history.The new livery on the Pepsi Max Crew FPR Falcons of Mark Winterbottom and Will Davison showcases a much simpler look than previous Pepsi Max V8 Supercars while also integrating FPRs famous blue paint scheme and Falcon design.PepsiCo Beverages Australia Brand Manager, Adam Burling believes the new look is quite bold.
Read More >Posted on 1 May 2013 | 7:58 pm