British GT racer gets iconic livery
15 January 2010

The iconic STP livery will appear in the British GT Championship this season, on a Ferrari 430 Scuderia GT3 racer.

The car will be run by Chad Racing and driven by Daniel Brown and Chris Hyman.

STP has previously supported racing legends Graham Hill, Jim Clark, Mario Andretti and Richard Petty’s stock cars.

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15 January 2010

No. A red Ferrari is iconic. Or Mclaren Can-Am car in orange. This is just sub-Gulf.

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