The lion is set to roar again for Nick Percat as Holden Guaranteed Value will be front and centre on the #8 Holden Commodore Supercar for the Perth SuperNight event.

Holden Guaranteed Value is a flexible finance solution that ‘Future Proofs’ the value of your Holden from the moment you drive away from the dealership in your brand-new car. Wherever you see the ‘Future Proofed’ stamp you know that the future value of your Holden is guaranteed, giving you peace of mind and plenty of options.

“It’s great to see the Holden lion on the side of the #8 car again, and the red is sure to stand out when we go racing under lights at the first ever Perth SuperNight event. We had the support of Holden here a couple of years back, and it’s great to showcase the continued support with the striking Holden Guaranteed Value livery.” Percat said.

What’s great about Holden Guaranteed Value is that you have certainty around the future value of your vehicle, choice over the loan term, and control – with plenty of flexibility at the end of your Holden Guaranteed Value loan term to trade-in, keep or return your Holden.

Holden’s General Manager of Sponsorships and Events, Paula Hilditch says the striking new livery, racing underlights during Round 5 of the Supercars Championship will be a great platform to promote this latest product initiative.

“The concept for the Brad Jones “Holden Guaranteed Value” Supercar showcases an exciting and electric red ‘time machine vortex’ design and we’re really looking forward to seeing Nick racing up the front in Perth this weekend,” Hilditch said.

“This End of Financial Year, the Holden Guaranteed Value program will future proof the value of your new vehicle and provide you with 3 years free scheduled servicing.

“So we look forward to a bright and certain future ahead with our customers and what better way to showcase this than underlights at one of the most dynamic Supercars Championship rounds on the calendar.”

Shortly after the Phillip Island Supercars event last month, Percat travelled to Barbagallo Raceway where he had the opportunity to drive one of the Radical SR3 Sportcars and complete a coaching session with the local Arise Racing team. The Barbagallo circuit has recently been resurfaced, the first time since 2004.

Percat believes this will make for a competitive and entertaining weekend of racing when the Supercars arrive in Perth.

“I think teams will be thinking a lot about setup heading into this event. No-one will know quite what to expect from the new surface. From cutting a few laps there recently, I noticed the kerbing has changed and a few of the bumps are gone. We will be changing the way we attack a few of the corners.”

“With the extra grip of the new surface the lap times could be broken, and there is more potential for people to do longer stints on the tyres, changing up the strategies that we will see during the races. I’m excited to get back across to Perth and get the weekend underway!” Percat added.

The Pirtek Perth SuperNight event will be seen on FOX Sports and Channel Ten across the 3-4 May weekend. The knockout qualifying system will again be in play, with a 120km race on Friday night and 200km race on Saturday night. Check local guides for times and be sure to tune in.

For further information about future proofing your next vehicle, visit the Holden website –

Published: 01 May 2019.

#8 Nick Percat

Brad Jones Racing

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