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14 October 2021 |

Mark Rosser reveals new livery before Bathurst

South Australian Mark Rosser has revealed his new Audi R8 LMS GT3 in its striking new livery ahead of the final round of the Fanatec GT World Challenge Australia Powered by AWS at Bathurst.

In what will be Rosser’s maiden trip to the Mountain, his Team BRM prepared Audi will be adorned in the colours of the various board games under his VR Distributions banner, this includes the recently acquired rights to popular game Catan.

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“I’m really happy with how it’s come up,” said Rosser. “It’s nice and bright, it definitely stands out and you can’t miss out!”

Catan takes pride of place on the sides of Rosser’s Audi, with Check It Out Graphics designing a fantasy based livery featuring various board games including Beat That!, What Do You Meme? and Muffin Time.

“It definitely put a smile on my face when I saw it in person,” Rosser remarked.

Debuting the new livery last weekend at Mallala where Rosser not only clinched the State Championship, but took a clean-sweep and the lap record.

Rosser first tested the new Audi at The Bend Motorsport Park two months ago and continues to grow in confidence ahead of the next Fanatec GT World Challenge Australia Powered by AWS round at Bathurst.

“It was a pretty good weekend for me,” Rosser said.

“We struggled a little bit at the start of the weekend, but we worked through some changes with my engineer Simon Hodge and we went really well on the last day, making it nice.

“Having the confidence in the feel of the car is definitely a big part of it because I only started at the beginning of this year and Simon’s coaching is also making a big difference.”

A test prior to Bathurst is on Rosser’s agenda as he prepares for his Mountain debut.

“Unfortunately, I’ve never actually been there yet even though it’s always been on the to do list so I’m really excited to drive there,” said Rosser

“I’m also quite nervous knowing I can’t afford to make any mistakes, which will make it an interesting experience.”

Rosser will contest the GT Championship Am class currently being led by Andrew Macpherson and Ben Porter in the IMAK Kwikmit Lamborghini Huracan GT3.

Image: Visual Edge Media

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