While the finishing touches were still being applied ahead of the pre-season Supercars test day at Sydney Motorsport Park, the team has released artworked images of the Garth Tander and James Goulding ZB Commodores as well as the two Dunlop Super2 GRM entries, for Chris Pither and Mason Barbera respectively.

For GRM it has been another busy off-season, just 12 months after it switched from Volvo to Holden. This year, like most of the Holden teams, it has been in a race against time preparing the new cars while awaiting availability of control Holden components from supplier Triple Eight.

“It’s not quite as big as last year, but it’s been another big push and it’s all come together at the right time,” GRM director Barry Rogers told Supercars.com.

“I’m really proud of how the boys have gone about the job of building these cars and dealing with a few setbacks along the way.

“There have been parts dribbling through right until the death-knock, but we will have everything ready to go for the shakedowns.

“The cars will then go straight from Winton to Sydney [for Friday’s pre-season test], where the drivers will get a proper feel for them.”