WSR’s Special Indigenous Livery

For the second year Wilson Security Racing GRM are both proud and privileged to be the public face of Wilson Securities substantial input to reconciliation in Australia.

To  be  totally  honest  I  was  a  little  sceptical  last  year  with  our  involvement  and  being  the  public  face  for  Wilson  Security  with  the  Reconciliation  Action  Plan  (RAP).  This  scepticism  wasn’t  because  I  didn’t  think  that  there  was  merit  in  the  RAP,  it  was  because  I  didn’t  want  to  be  another  ͞do-gooder͟  who  blows  in  for  five  minutes  and  then  think  ͞I’ve  done  my  bit͟.  With  this  in  mind  my  Team  and  I  really  embraced  this  involvement  and  I  am  really  proud  to  say  that  I  have  made  some  lifetime  indigenous  friends  and  are  more  aware  of  the  importance  of  these  initiatives,͟  said  Garry  Rogers,  Team  Owner  ͞

Yet  again,  Auntie  Hazel  Cowburn  has  produced  a  painting  that  has  been  recreated  on  our  race  cars  that  tells  a  very  inspiring  story  of  her  mother.  Thank  you!͟     

The  indigenous  livery  will  be  on  cars  for    Darwin  Triple  Crown,  Townsville  400  and  Ipswich  SuperSprint  to  incorporate  NAIDOC  week  in  July. 

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