Adam Marjoram will pilot a Triple Eight built Holden Commodore in the Dunlop Series this year after confirming plans to rejoin Matt Stone Racing for a second season.
The Western Australian will replace the Ford Falcon FG he drove to 13th overall in his maiden campaign in the category last year with a Triple Eight VF Commodore.
The former V8 Utes driver will continue to be backed by automotive parts business Auto One and will feature a striking red and blue livery.
Marjoram, will once again team up with Todd Hazelwood, who will continue to drive the VF Commodore he ran throughout 2016 with Matt Stone Racing.
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