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Red Bull GRC Liveries Coming to Next Week’s iRacing Launch

November 30, 2017
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Red Bull GRC fans looking to follow in the footsteps of their favorite drivers will have plenty of their favorite liveries to choose from in next week’s iRacing launch! Six official, race-used Supercar liveries from top Red Bull GRC teams will be made available to all iRacers using either the Volkswagen Beetle GRC or M-Sport Fiesta RS WRC. Find out which ones below:

Scott Speed // Oberto Beef Jerky

Coming off of his third consecutive Red Bull GRC title, Speed piloted his Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross Beetle to four victories this season, including a win in the Oberto colors in the season-opening Memphis round. Need some tips on how to race a Red Bull GRC Supercar in iRacing? Scott has you covered!

Steve Arpin // JCB Machines

Arpin’s best Supercar season to date saw the bright yellow JCB colors adorn his ride as a primary sponsor for the first time, debuting in the photo finish in Louisville and taking a victory in Ottawa. In all, Arpin posted two victories and seven podiums to crack the top three in the final championship standings.

Steve Arpin // Loenbro Motorsports

Arpin debuted the orange-and-black Loenbro colors all the way back in the 2015 season, and continues to represent the brand well as it currently operates its own Red Bull GRC team. Since its first foray into ownership three years ago, Loenbro-backed machinery has taken four race victories, three of them with Arpin.

Cabot Bigham // King Taco

The 2016 GRC Lites champion debuted the King Taco colors at the site of his biggest triumph, running this ride for Bryan Herta Rallysport in Los Angeles. Running in podium contention for much of the final, Bigham scored a season-best fourth place finish to wrap up his Supercar rookie campaign on a high note.

Cabot Bigham // Follow The Ham

Blue and orange have been Bigham’s trademark colors since making the switch to rallycross, and resurfaced this season as part of a freshly redesigned wrap. The hexagonal patterns that blanketed his GRC Lites title-winning car also returned to a ride that saw Bigham take three heat victories in the 2017 season.

Austin Dyne // Austin Dyne

Dyne’s ever-present paint splatters took on some new design elements this year, with a CMYK color scheme and topographic patterns beneath. Racing for Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing in his fourth full Supercar season, the California native earned three heat wins, including one at his home round in Los Angeles.

iRacing will launch Red Bull GRC on December 5—stay tuned for more information and promotions for first-time members!

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