Discover the heartening tale behind the captivating transformation of this V8 Supercar’s appearance for the Adelaide 500 race

    10-year-old Artist Designs Eye-Catching Artwork for Pizza Hut Racing’s Camaro Vehicle

    Pizza Hut Racing’s Camaro vehicle for the Adelaide 500 race will be sporting a unique design created by 10-year-old budding artist Grace Lewis. The young artist spent more than 15 hours working on her ‘Super Pizza Car’ sketch, which features colorful logo designs and hand-colored window frames. Grace’s design was chosen from a strong field of entries to appear on driver Macauley Jones’ Supercar for the championship round.

    “I can’t believe my design was chosen as the official artwork,” Grace said enthusiastically. She expressed her excitement to see her design come to life during the race and shared her joy that her favorite driver, Macauley Jones, will be driving the car she designed.

    Jones, equally thrilled by Grace’s design, mentioned how it was like seeing her drawing on the Pizza Hut Camaro and praised her dedication as a passionate Supercars fan. Simon Stocks, Pizza Hut’s Director of Marketing, commended Grace for her unwavering dedication and the passion she exhibited in her artwork, stating that her entry truly touched their hearts.

    The heartwarming story of Grace Lewis and her contribution to the V8 Supercars Championship in Adelaide brings fans and customers closer together, embodying Pizza Hut’s commitment to the Supercars community.

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