ONTHEGO® backs local rally hero Adrian Coppin for a strong season ahead

ONTHEGO® backs local rally hero Adrian Coppin for a strong season ahead

Innate Motorsport’s driver Adrian Coppin has shown off the team’s striking new paint scheme ahead of round one of the Australian Championship, the QUIT Forest Rally to be held in Western Australia later this month.
 “The brief I gave my sponsor Autographica was that I wanted a design that harked back to the original Innate Motorsport paint scheme with the fluid blobs of colour over a detailed geometric pattern, something that was again bold and different but still fun and energetic, visually striking and broke with the traditional motorsport paint schemes. I think they have delivered on that and I love the new look.” Coppin said.
The new design, developed by returning sponsor Autographica features a strong orange and black theme over a muted background featuring Adrian’s athlete logo with splashes of colour added by the sponsor’s logos.
For season 2015, the team also renews it association with Castrol Edge after an absence of 12 months and introduces new sponsors Canberra based Sports Apparel company ONTHEGO®, car care brand Shining Monkey and motorsport provider V-Sport.
I am pleased to welcome all my sponsors, both existing and new to the team for 2015 and thank them for their support.  Without them I wouldn’t be competing this year” Coppin added.
“ONTHEGO® is very excited to add Adrian to our team of ambassadors. Adrian will be in good company alongside multi-world champion BMX/Mountain Bike & Action sports name Caroline Buchanan. He has the ONTHEGO® factor and is making every day matter, a core foundation of the ONTHEGO® brand.” Founder Mick Spencer said.
“TheDS3 was strong at the end of last year, but the work done over the off season has seen a big step forward.  Our test last week saw me find more speed in the car and I am feeling confident that I will be able to mount a strong challenge for the Championship this year.” Coppin commented.
Photos by Hcreations Photograpy.

Canberra, ACT

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