Doesn't need a name, BTW Les.
Until I got onto this forum, I always figured that blokes who gave their cars names were weirdos.
Now I'm sure of it.
Its ok to give cars names, but racing cars must have names.
When I was involved in Nascar when it was big here in the early-mid 90s, all the cars had names.
The team I worked for fielded a car for Kevin Schwantz - the first car that he drove was name 'Lucky Suzie' for obvious reasons. The short track car that got used at Adelaide was 'Elvis' (as in "More hits than Elvis!") - Adelaide always saw a lot of panel damage. There were more intense names like 'Intrepid' and 'Destiny' though I cant remember the significance of them.
The three kart chassis I used in 2012 and last year all had names.
The first one, a 2011 Arrow X1E was named 'Lucky' as it always saw good results and won on debut in that class.
The second one, a 2013 Arrow X2 was named 'Vicky' (short for Vicky Vagina) as it was always going to get f**ked in the first few races - its first event was the start of a rough few weekends, damage wise, despite being quite successful.
The third, which I have now, is a 2013 Formula K FK01 chassis. It's name is 'Freddie' (after Camp 'Freddie' from the Italian Job - the chassis colour is a fairly metrosexual shade of teal)
Our road cars often have names. The commodore doesn't - it isnt a car, its just an appliance which doesnt have a personality.