Indigenous culture celebrated at unique Darwin Triple Crown

Indigenous culture celebrated at unique Darwin Triple Crown

Indigenous culture will be in pole position at the betr Darwin Triple Crown this year as the region embraces the official Supercars Indigenous Round through Aboriginal art, music, culture and more. The event will take place at the famous Hidden Valley Raceway from 16- 18 June 2023.

Incredible Indigenous artworks by local and interstate artists will be on display as part of the Supercars liveries. A first for the Supercars Indigenous Round, there will also be a special exhibition onsite, The Gallery, detailing the stories, meaning and artists behind the artworks.

The first livery for 2023 was revealed last night, with Brad Jones Racing & Pizza Hut enlisting the Mungabareena Aboriginal Corporation Elders Working Group to create the artwork for car #96. The design features the googar, the goanna, which is a totem for the Wiradjuri people of New South Wales where the team hails from.

The second livery, Penrite Racing’s, was revealed this morning. Designed by Darwin-born artist Lorraine Kabbindi White, it features the modjarrki, the freshwater crocodile, and ankung kunred, the wild honey country of Arnhem Land.

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