Dodge Viper GT3 Gets Jeep Livery

Chrysler Australia today announced that it is extending its “Don’t Hold Back” challenge to motorsport, introducing a new Jeep sponsorship of the Dodge Viper GT3, manhandled by championship winner Greg Crick at Australian GT events.

We are talking about a two-year deal that marks Chrysler Australia’s Jeep, Dodge and Chrysler brand portfolio first circuit motorsport sponsorship since the 70s’ and is included in the list of anniversary celebrations for the Jeep marque.

A stunning orange and black livery was created for Crick’s Viper GT3, in order to remind spectators of the seven slot Jeep grille. Others traditional Jeep elements used on the livery are the round headlights and the trapezoidal wheel arches.

Greg embodies the spirit of ‘Don’t Hold Back’ – indeed he has no intention of holding back and aims to finish the Australian GT Championship in the number one spot,” said Caroline McComb, Sponsorship and Public Relations Manager, Chrysler Australia. “His enthusiasm for everything automotive and for Jeep made him the perfect partner. In fact Greg will be adding the Chrysler trio of brands to his dealer portfolio in Tasmania, having recently been won over by the award winning Jeep Grand Cherokee.”

The special race car will be unveiled today at the Winton Round 2 event and is expected to draw a lot of attention.

Jeep vehicles are not only great to drive, especially the Grand Cherokee, but the brand encapsulates everything I stand for. Having a giant ‘Don’t Hold Back’ on the bonnet of my Dodge Viper GT3 is an amazing encouragement to race and win,” added Crick.
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