The recently founded Infiniti Support Our Paras Racing team has revealed the livery for their Q50 set to race in this year's BTCC.

The recently founded Infiniti Support Our Paras Racing team has revealed the livery for their Q50 set to race in this year's BTCC.

Less than three months ago, Infiniti joined forces with Support Our Paras Racing to compete in the upcoming 2015 British Touring Car Championship and now the livery for the Q50 has been revealed. The race car will be shown in the flesh at Autosport International in Birmingham starting tomorrow until Sunday ahead of its racing debut on March 24 at Donington for the official pre-season test.

The Mallory Park-based Infiniti Support Our Paras Racing team is going to field two cars which will be driven by Derek Palmer junior and Richard Hawken. Team principal Derek Palmer senior says they are at an advanced stage in the build program of both cars which will wear a livery created to "contrast against the traditional branding schemes normally associated with the BTCC grid", according to Infiniti design director Simon Cox. He went on to specify the livery reflects the company's dynamic qualities as well as the performances offered by the road-going Q50.

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Infiniti Q50 livery for BTCC revealed