DEFENDING Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge Australia Morris Pro-Am champion Brett Boulton has shown off bold new colours for his title defence this year.
The Queenslander returns for a fifth season with McElrea Racing with a striking new livery that features support from Correct Connections Electrical and Clipsal Home.
Boulton claimed last years’ title in style, winning six races in total to claim the title over long-time rival, Sam Shahin.
Boulton had finished runner-up in the championship twice, to Danny Stuttered in 2018 and behind Sam Shahin 2019, however turned the tables last year in another highly competitive season between the pair.
He will make his 23rd round start when the Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge Australia series commences at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit this March 4-5.
He’ll join another strong McElrea Racing program, which will include the recently confirmed Caleb Sumich among their Pro Driver ranks.
The 2023 PMSC field is expected to be among the most competitive yet, with a host of rising stars already confirmed in the Pro category ranks.
That includes young-gun Marco Giltrap and Zac Stichbury driving for Porsche Team NZ, while Sonic Motor Racing have confirmed second-generation racers Ronan Murphy and Marcus Flack will be joined by the returning Harrison Goodman in their three-car team.
More drivers will be confirmed prior to the opening round of the series at the high-speed Victorian venue.