Max Twigg has announced that he will be joined by Tony D’Alberto for the 2017 CAMS Australian Endurance Championship.
Twigg took to Instagram to release photos of his Mercedes-AMG GT3, which sports an all-new livery ahead of next weekend’s round of the CAMS Australian GT Championship.
“New Sponsers, new livery, new co-driver,” Twigg commented.
“Tony D’alberto and I have joined up for the Australian GT endurance rounds starting at Philip Island at the end of may and finishing in NZ in November.
“Looking forward to some great results.”
Twigg joined the Scott Taylor Motorsport camp for the 2017 season, and currently sits seventh in the points standings.
The Queensland-based racer broke a seven year pole drought at Albert Park in Round 2, ending Audi’s record run of pole positions at six.
Twigg is a veteran of Australian GT competition, with 97 race starts across the Australian GT Championship and Australian Endurance Championship.
In that time he’s recorded four race wins and ten podiums, and five fastest laps.
His new co-driver is similarly well credentialed, D’Alberto boasting three Australian GT wins in 19 starts.
Twigg and D’Alberto will join forces at the opening round of the CAMS Australian Endurance Championship at Phillip Island next month (May 26-28).