Scott Taylor Motorsport reveals Prostate Cancer Foundation livery for Bathurst

9 January 2023

The striking livery that the Prostate Cancer Foundation Australia entry will sport at this year’s LIQUI MOLY Bathurst 12 Hour has been unveiled.

The Scott Taylor Motorsport Mercedes AMG GT3 sports Taylor’s regular green and black hues, with major signage for the charity throughout the livery.

A notable #GetChecked hashtag covers the rear wing to encourage people to join the conversation across the event period.

Having fielded a Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Car this year, the Scott Taylor Motorsport squad will step up to the Pro-Am class behind the wheel of Taylor’s Mercedes AMG GT3 this year.

Taylor will again be joined by Craig Lowndes, Alex Davison and Geoff Emery as the combination step up to GT3 competition, having won their class in 2022.

The Team will again be run by Ash Seward Motorsport, who the Team shared success with in 2022.

Around 24,000 Australian men are diagnosed each year with prostate cancer, and over 3,500 will die from the disease.

Fundraising on the day will include donation points at the event, at the town-to-track activation on Thursday prior to the race and via online portals.

The remarkable campaign this year generated an enormous response and raised more than $67,000 for the Foundation before, during and after the 2022 event.