The striking new livery of the WSR-run Laser Tools Racing with MB Motorsport BMW 330e M Sport, which will be driven by Jake Hill in the British Touring Car Championship, has been revealed.

Sporting the iconic Laser Tools Racing chrome-blue and chevron design, Jake’s 2023 challenger is certain to turn heads up and down the country as the team looks forward to the 10-event season, which begins at Donington Park on April 22-23.

Dick Bennetts, WSR Team Principal, said: 
“This is the latest step in preparations ahead of the start of the new season and it’s great to see the striking new colours revealed for Jake and Laser Tools Racing with MB Motorsport, which are sure to be popular with fans of the BTCC. The BMW looks the part and we’ll now focus – with Jake – on making sure it has the performance to match.”

Jake Hill said: “The team have kept their cards close to their chest this year with the livery design. I’ve been seeing all the comments online of fans asking the team to reveal it as soon as possible and I’ve shared exactly that feeling! Seeing it in person for the first time this week, it’s really special. As I’ve already said, I am proud to be flying the flag for Laser Tools this year and the car is certainly going to make an impact.”

Mark Blundell, Sporting Director, Laser Tools Racing with MB Motorsport, said: “It’s always a fantastic part of every pre-season lifting the lid on how the car is going to look. I think more so than any season to date, we’ve had such anticipation from our supporters and partners to reveal our livery and I am sure it will not disappoint. We’re kicking off our partnership with Laser Tools Racing with an unmistakable Laser Tools livery and seeing the chrome blue in the flesh, I can’t wait to see what it will look once we get out on track in our testing programme.”