Supercheap Auto will again be the naming rights sponsor of a V8 Supercar team in 2008, this time with Paul Morris Motorsports - the only Queensland-based Holden operation in the series.

PMM is the third team in V8 Supercars to be graced with naming rights sponsorship from the automotive retailer, with previous incarnations of Supercheap Auto Racing including Steve Ellery Racing and Paul Weel Racing.

In addition to a new naming rights sponsor, Paul Morris Motorsports has a new driver in the form of 2005 Drivers' Champion, Russell Ingall, who returns to Holden after spending five years at rival brand Ford.

A complete restructure of the team's operation in the off-season has the team in good stead for the 2008 series, and Ingall anticipates a return to his form during the forthcoming championship - which starts in Adelaide on February 21.

"All the people involved have been carefully selected not only on their ability, but on their ability to gel well with others because that's a major factor," said Ingall.

"It was definitely a careful selection and I'd say it's one of the best-assembled crew of any V8 Supercar team.

"To be honest, that's the backbone of the whole thing. Without good people behind the scenes, you're just not going to win so that was the number one priority.

"Everything else flows on from there. Yes, it's important to build a good race car, but you can't do that unless you have good people."

This is the first time that Paul Morris Motorsports will utilise two top class drivers in the current formula of V8 Supercars - Ingall is of a different mould to the inexperienced rookies that have driven for Morris over the past few seasons.

Paul Morris is looking forward to 2008 as one of the best years for his team.

"He (Ingall) has the results and we're expecting him to perform, but we have to make sure we have good enough cars to do it, and he's part of that process as well. There's no one to blame except ourselves if it doesn't go the way we want it to."

Morris has taken the step of shipping the team's new car to America for wind tunnel testing. The $200,000 AUD exercise has already reaped rewards.

"It was hugely beneficial, a lot more value than what you can learn by just driving a car around at a test track," Morris said.

"There are a few small things that we'll get gains from straight away. We've looked at what we've got now and how we can make it better, and now we've got to go away and make the parts to make the improvements.

"At the moment it's all-hands-on-deck just trying to get the two cars finished in time for the test day and the first race.

"Those first three race meetings are really close together so to make any new stuff for the cars, you probably won't see that until the fourth round."

Recent rumours were also confirmed by Morris that in-principle agreements had been formed for American NASCAR racer, Boris Said, and double BTCC champion Matt Neal to join the team for the endurance races at Phillip Island and Bathurst.

"I think Boris is even shelving one of his Sprint Cup races to come here and race Bathurst, he's so keen and Matt has raced at Bathurst with me before and has always wanted to come back again."

Supercheap Auto Racing will participate in the teams test day on February 12, ahead of the opening round of the 2008 championship - the Clipasl 500 Adelaide - later in the month.