Brad Jones Racing is an Australian motor racing team owned by Brad Jones based in Albury. The team competes in the Supercars Championship and the Super2 Series. Recently[when?] they have also returned to Australian Formula Ford where Brad and Kim began their careers. The team is the only rurally based Supercars team. The team's current drivers are Andre Heimgartner, Macauley Jones, Bryce Fullwood, and Jack Smith.

History

Brad Jones Racing began as a Formula Ford team in which both Brad and Kim Jones raced. Kim stopped racing relatively early, partially in recognition of Brad's ability as a driver with Kim becoming team manager. The team's peak in open-wheel racing came when, running an Elwyn chassis, Brad finished sixth in the 1981 TAA Formula Ford Driver to Europe Series. The pair faded as the 1980s developed, though Brad Jones would continue driving Bryan Thompson's twin-turbo Mercedes-Benz 450 SLC - Chevrolet in Sports Sedan and GT racing.

When Thompson came out of driving retirement in 1983, Brad Jones moved into driving a Mitsubishi Starion in Group E Series Production Touring Cars. Jones and the turbocharged Starion came to almost dominate Group E racing in Australia during 1983 and 1984 which led to the Jones brothers becoming involved in Kevin Bartlett's Mitsubishi touring car team, known occasionally as Mitsubishi Ralliart. Racing with Mitsubishi gave Brad several opportunities to race overseas, racing the Starion turbos in Australia, Japan and across Asia. During this time, Brad Jones again linked with Bryan Thompson to drive both the Mercedes Chev and a Chevrolet Monza to 2nd place (behind Thompson who also drove both cars) in the 1985 Australian GT Championship. Jones also drove the Monza in selected races throughout 1986, mostly at their "local" track, the Winton Motor Raceway.

After Kevin Bartlett severed ties with Mitsubishi in late 1985, the Jones brothers formed their own team BJ Motorsport to further the Starion touring car operation, qualifying the Starion 10th at the 1986 James Hardie 1000 after being fastest on the 1.9 kilometre long Conrod Straight during qualifying at 269 km/h (167 mph). By the end of 1986, the Starion, despite its straight-line speed, had faded as a truly competitive touring car and Brad Jones become a hired gun driver for other touring car teams. The Ralliart Australia team was revived in 1987, though Brad Jones was surprisingly overlooked for a seat at the 1987 James Hardie 1000. He was back with the team for the 1988 Tooheys 1000 which saw his best result to date in the Bathurst 1000 when he and former Nissan driver Terry Shiel drove the aging Starion to 10th place. He was then hired to race the full 1989 Australian Touring Car season in a turbocharged Ford Sierra RS500 for Peter Brock's Mobil 1 Racing. During the 1990s, Brad Jones was hired to drive in the late season endurance races at Sandown and Bathurst for the Holden Racing Team, Wayne Gardner Racing and Larkham Motor Sport.

Australian Stock Car Auto Racing

A way forward emerged with the creation of AUSCAR racing in Australia with the newly redeveloped Brad Jones Racing one of the first teams involved in the fledgling stock car series running Holden Commodores. BJR got their first start in AUSCAR in the 3rd annual Goodyear AUSCAR 200 at the Calder Park Thunderdome in 1988 in a Holden VL Commodore dubbed the "Green Meanie". Brad Jones qualified 5th and a strong run inside the top 10 saw him established as one of the front-runners.

Initially BJR raced only in AUSCAR, the second-tier series behind NASCAR where they quickly grew to become the dominant team in the series, winning five consecutive titles from 1990 to 1994. Occasional forays into Australia's NASCAR series blossomed into a full NASCAR campaign in the 1994/95 season and the team were rewarded with a sixth consecutive title with Jones this time driving a Chevrolet Lumina.

Super Touring

After running a Super Production Car Lotus Esprit to another title victory in 1994, BJR moved away from the fading Superspeedway scene into circuit racing and in 1995 entered the Australian Super Touring series as the official Audi team in the series, fielding a pair of Audi A4 Quattros for himself and Greg Murphy. The team then spent the next five years swapping titles with Paul Morris Motorsport, the official BMW team, with Jones winning the championship in 1996 and 1998. Murphy and later Cameron McConville (who replaced Murphy in 1997) won many races during the six-year period when Super Touring was at its peak.

During this time Brad Jones Racing twice finished on the podium in the two Bathurst 1000 races held for Super Touring cars. Jones himself finished second in 1997 with Frank Biela, and third in 1998 with McConville.

In 2000 while still heading Audi's Super Touring team in Australia, Jones was drafted into the Audi Sport North America sports car team for the Race of a Thousand Years, an American Le Mans Series race held on 31 December 2000 at the Adelaide Street Circuit. Jones was brought in as a third driver in the Allan McNish / Rinaldo Capello driven Audi R8 after Scotsman McNish had hurt his back 2 days before the race while stepping out of his Kilt after some publicity photos. Jones qualified the car (Capello won the pole), but McNish recovered to race and Jones remained a spectator for the 225 lap event which was won by McNish and Capello.[1]

Supercars Championship

Debut in Supercars

The team entered the V8 series in 2000 after purchasing a Ford AU Falcon and Racing Entitlement Contract from Longhurst Racing. Running as a one car team in 2000 and 2001, the team achieved modest results, highlighted by second place at the 2001 Bathurst 1000 where Jones partnered John Cleland.

In 2002 BJR expanded to two cars, with former ATCC champion John Bowe joining the team. Performance at Bathurst continued to be strong, Bowe qualifying 2nd in 2002 and 2003, and the Bowe-Jones combination finishing 3rd in 2004.

In 2005, BJR won their first race at the Australian Grand Prix (Non-Championship) courtesy of Bowe in race 2, but success in the following championship rounds eluded them. A low for the year came at the Bathurst 1000 when Jones was caught up in a lap 1 accident with Garth Tander and Greg Ritter.

In 2006 used Stone Brothers Racing engines. The season was marred with bad luck, with the new spec SBR engines power not suiting the BJR engineered chassis and one of the co-drivers for the Sandown 500 and Bathurst 1000, Mark Porter, died while racing in the development series.

In 2007, Brad's nephew and Kim's son Andrew Jones replaced John Bowe. Once again, the team struggled on in the early stage of this season and Brad Jones announced his retirement mid-season. Team BOC drafted 2001 Development Series champion Simon Wills to drive the now vacated No. 14 BF Falcon at round 4 at Winton. The season had another bad season, with less than pleasing results and at the biggest race of the year, Bathurst, both cars failed to finish with car No. 14 crashing heavily in qualifying and car No. 12 having an engine fire.

Move To Holden

In 2008 Brad Jones Racing decided it was time for a change after finishing the 2007 teams championship in last position, behind numerous single car operations. They made the decision to change their manufacturer from their long standing association Ford to the rival Holden. They bought two Holden VE Commodores previously campaigned by the Holden Racing Team.

Cameron McConville returned to the team in 2008. In 2009 Jason Richards joined the team replacing Andrew Jones.

In 2010, Jason Bright replaced the retiring McConville.[2] Bright brought his Britek Motorsport REC which was used to enter a third car for Karl Reindler. The team's endurance drivers were Andrew Jones in No. 8, Matt Halliday in No. 14 and David Wall in No. 21. For the Phillip Island round, Bright debuted a brand new Chassis, also constructed by the BJR team. Fabrizio Giovanardi and Alain Menu were the international enduro drivers for October's Gold Coast 600, with Giovandari with Reindler in No. 21 and Menu with Bright in No. 14. After the Symmons Plains event in Tasmania, Jason Richards was diagnosed with stomach cancer and couldn't compete in the final two events of 2010. Enduro driver Andrew Jones replaced him for final two events of 2010.

For the 2011 season, Jason Bargwanna joined the team.[3] Jason Bright won the team's first V8 Supercar race, winning Race 8 in Perth, this was then backed up by another win at Winton. The Endurance drivers were Andrew Jones in No. 8, Shane Price in No. 14, and David Wall in No. 21. Fabrizio Giovanardi, Allan Simonsen and Stéphane Sarrazin were the international enduro drivers for October's Gold Coast 600, with Giovandari with Reindler in No. 21 and Simonsen with Bargwanna in No. 14 and Sarrazin with Bright in No. 8. The 2011 season ended on a sad note, with Jason Richards losing his battle with cancer.

For 2012, Fabian Coulthard replaced Bargwanna in the No.14 Entry with David Wall joining the team to drive the No.21 Car, Replacing Karl Reindler.[4]

All three drivers remained with the team for 2013. Dale Wood joined the team in 2014 replacing David Wall.[5]

For 2016, Fabian Coulthard left the team. He was replaced by Tim Slade in the team No. 14 Freightliner Entry.[6] Tim Blanchard also replaced Dale Wood in the No. 21 Customer Britek Motorsport entry for 2016.[7]

For the 2017 Season, Jason Bright will leave the team after 7 Years. He will be replaced by Nick Percat in the Teams No. 8 Entry.[8] BOC will also step down as naming rights sponsor of the No. 8 Entry after 12 Years with the team.[9]

Results

Bathurst 1000 results

Year No. Car Drivers Pos. Laps
2000 21 Ford Falcon AU Australia Brad Jones
Australia Tomas Mezera
DNF 20
2001 21 Ford Falcon AU Australia Brad Jones
United Kingdom John Cleland
2nd 161
2002 20 Ford Falcon AU Australia Andrew Jones
Australia Matthew Coleman
DNF 14
21 Ford Falcon AU Australia Brad Jones
Australia John Bowe
16th 158
888 Ford Falcon AU United Kingdom John Cleland
Australia Tim Leahey
19th 157
2003 21 Ford Falcon BA Australia Brad Jones
Australia John Bowe
10th 159
888 Ford Falcon BA United Kingdom John Cleland
Australia Andrew Jones
9th 160
2004 12 Ford Falcon BA Australia Brad Jones
Australia John Bowe
3rd 161
21 Ford Falcon BA Australia Andrew Jones
United Kingdom John Cleland
DNF 29
2005 12 Ford Falcon BA United Kingdom John Cleland
Australia Dale Brede
7th 159
21 Ford Falcon BA Australia John Bowe
Australia Brad Jones
21st 125
2006 12 Ford Falcon BA Australia Dale Brede
Australia Michael Caruso
New Zealand Mark Porter 1
DNF 59
14 Ford Falcon BA Australia Brad Jones
Australia John Bowe
11th 161
2007 12 Ford Falcon BF Australia Andrew Jones
New Zealand Simon Wills
DNF 52
14 Ford Falcon BF Australia Damien White
Singapore Christian Murchison
DNS 0
2008 12 Holden Commodore VE Australia Cameron McConville
Australia Andrew Jones
DNF 40
14 Holden Commodore VE Brazil Max Wilson
Australia Brad Jones
5th 161
2009 8 Holden Commodore VE Australia Cameron McConville
New Zealand Jason Richards
2nd 161
14 Holden Commodore VE Australia Andrew Jones
Australia Brad Jones
23rd 145
2010 8 Holden Commodore VE New Zealand Jason Richards
Australia Andrew Jones
23rd 157
14 Holden Commodore VE Australia Jason Bright
New Zealand Matthew Halliday
4th 161
2011 8 Holden Commodore VE Australia Jason Bright
Australia Andrew Jones
5th 161
14 Holden Commodore VE Australia Jason Bargwanna
Australia Shane Price
23rd 158
2012 8 Holden Commodore VE Australia Jason Bright
Australia Andrew Jones
21st 153
14 Holden Commodore VE New Zealand Fabian Coulthard
Australia David Besnard
23rd 147
2013 8 Holden Commodore VF Australia Jason Bright
Australia Andrew Jones
5th 161
14 Holden Commodore VF New Zealand Fabian Coulthard
Australia Luke Youlden
16th 161
2014 8 Holden Commodore VF Australia Jason Bright
Australia Andrew Jones
14th 158
14 Holden Commodore VF New Zealand Fabian Coulthard
Australia Luke Youlden
9th 161
2015 8 Holden Commodore VF Australia Jason Bright
Australia Andrew Jones
7th 161
14 Holden Commodore VF New Zealand Fabian Coulthard
Australia Luke Youlden
4th 161
2016 8 Holden Commodore VF Australia Jason Bright
Australia Andrew Jones
DNF 89
14 Holden Commodore VF Australia Tim Slade
Australia Ashley Walsh
7th 161
2017 8 Holden Commodore VF Australia Nick Percat
Australia Macauley Jones
DNF 160
14 Holden Commodore VF Australia Tim Slade
New Zealand Andre Heimgartner
Australia Ashley Walsh 2
9th 161
2018 8 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Nick Percat
Australia Macauley Jones
7th 161
14 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Tim Slade
Australia Ashley Walsh
17th 160
2019 8 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Nick Percat
Australia Tim Blanchard
14th 160
14 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Tim Slade
Australia Ashley Walsh
Ret 0
2020 4 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Jack Smith
Australia Jack Perkins
Ret 149
8 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Nick Percat
Australia Thomas Randle
18th 133
14 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Todd Hazelwood
Australia Jordan Boys
Ret 50
2021 4 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Jack Smith
Australia David Wall
17th 161
8 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Nick Percat
Australia Dale Wood
6th 161
14 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Todd Hazelwood
Australia Dean Fiore
8th 161
96 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Macauley Jones
New Zealand Chris Pither
12th 161
2022 4 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Jack Smith
Australia TBA
8 Holden Commodore ZB New Zealand Andre Heimgartner
Australia Dale Wood
14 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Bryce Fullwood
Australia Dean Fiore
96 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Macauley Jones
Australia Jordan Boys

^1Mark Porter practiced in the #12 Falcon but was badly injured after a serious crash in a Fujitsu V8 Supercar Series race on the Friday before the race. Michael Caruso was drafted into the team to replace him. Porter would die on the Sunday afternoon from the injuries in the crash.
^2Ashley Walsh practiced in the #14 Commodore but was replaced by Andre Heimgartner due to his injuries.

Supercars results

Car No. 4 results

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Position Pts
2019 Jack Smith 4 Holden ADE
R1
ADE
R2
MEL
R3
MEL
R4
MEL
R5
MEL
R6
SYM
R7

23
SYM
R8

24
PHI
R9
PHI
R10
BAR
R11
BAR
R12
WIN
R13

24
WIN
R14

21
HID
R15

20
HID
R16

25
TOW
R17
TOW
R18
QLD
R19
QLD
R20
BEN
R21

22
BEN
R22

26
PUK
R23
PUK
R24
BAT
R25

SUR
R26

SUR
R27

SAN
QR

SAN
R28

NEW
R29

NEW
R30

36th 441
2020 ADE
R1

20
ADE
R2

18
MEL
R3

C
MEL
R4

C
MEL
R5

C
MEL
R6

C
SMP1
R7

23
SMP1
R8

23
SMP1
R9

18
SMP2
R10

23
SMP2
R11

10
SMP2
R12

21
HID1
R13

12
HID1
R14

24
HID1
R15

15
HID2
R16

20
HID2
R17

19
HID2
R18

23
TOW1
R19

16
TOW1
R20

23
TOW1
R21

22
TOW2
R22

22
TOW2
R23

22
TOW2
R24

21
BEN1
R25

23
BEN1
R26

21
BEN1
R27

22
BEN2
R28

21
BEN2
R29

17
BEN2
R30

22
BAT
R31

Ret
22nd 812
2021 BAT
R1

17
BAT
R2

21
SAN
R3

18
SAN
R4

21
SAN
R5

23
SYM
R6

15
SYM
R7

Ret
SYM
R8

23
BEN
R9

23
BEN
R10

21
BEN
R11

19
HID
R12

Ret
HID
R13

22
HID
R14

22
TOW
R15

17
TOW
R16

17
TOW2
R17

17
TOW2
R18

19
TOW2
R19

21
SYD1
R20

20
SYD1
R21

19
SYD1
R22

19
SYD2
R23

19
SYD2
R24

24
SYD2
R25

17
SYD3
R26

18
SYD3
R27

21
SYD3
R28

21
SYD4
R29

16
SYD4
R30

C
BAT
R31

17
17th 1025
2022 SMP
R1

17
SMP
R2

18
SYM
R3

17
SYM
R4

20
SYM
R5

17
MEL
R6

13
MEL
R7

19
MEL
R8

21
MEL
R9

Ret
BAR
R10

23
BAR
R11

Ret
BAR
R12

18
WIN
R13

22
WIN
R14

23
WIN
R15

26
HID
R16

24
HID
R17

19
HID
R18

17
TOW
R19

24
TOW
R20

20
BEN
R21

BEN
R22

BEN
R23

SAN
R24

SAN
R25

SAN
R26

PUK
R27

PUK
R28

PUK
R29

BAT
R30

SUR
R31

SUR
R32

ADE
R33

ADE
R34

24th* 580*

Car No. 8 results

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Position Pts
2017 Nick Percat 8 Holden ADE
R1

7
ADE
R2

Ret
SYM
R3

Ret
SYM
R4

11
PHI
R5

Ret
PHI
R6

21
BAR
R7

22
BAR
R8

10
WIN
R9

10
WIN
R10

12
HID
R11

3
HID
R12

15
TOW
R13

24
TOW
R14

16
QLD
R15

7
QLD
R16

24
SMP
R17

24
SMP
R18

6
SAN
QR

10
SAN
R19

22
BAT
R20

Ret
SUR
R21

21
SUR
R22

10
PUK
R23

16
PUK
R24

14
NEW
R25

8
NEW
R26

6
19th 1527
2018 ADE
R1

11
ADE
R2

15
MEL
R3

9
MEL
R4

7
MEL
R5

3
MEL
R6

2
SYM
R7

12
SYM
R8

9
PHI
R9

26
PHI
R10

13
BAR
R11

9
BAR
R12

7
WIN
R13

18
WIN
R14

14
HID
R15

9
HID
R16

6
TOW
R17

10
TOW
R18

13
QLD
R19

10
QLD
R20

25
SMP
R21

8
BEN
R22

11
BEN
R23

5
SAN
QR

25
SAN
R24

24
BAT
R25

7
SUR
R26

6
SUR
R27

C
PUK
R28

8
PUK
R29

10
NEW
R30

Ret
NEW
R31

12
10th 2290
2019 ADE
R1

7
ADE
R2

5
MEL
R3

14
MEL
R4

15
MEL
R5

8
MEL
R6

10
SYM
R7

8
SYM
R8

7
PHI
R9

9
PHI
R10

10
BAR
R11

7
BAR
R12

10
WIN
R13

7
WIN
R14

9
HID
R15

13
HID
R16

15
TOW
R17

8
TOW
R18

19
QLD
R19

8
QLD
R20

9
BEN
R21

8
BEN
R22

4
PUK
R23

12
PUK
R24

4
BAT
R25

14
SUR
R26

14
SUR
R27

10
SAN
QR

18
SAN
R28

11
NEW
R29

14
NEW
R30

9
9th 2445
2020 ADE
R1

22
ADE
R2

7
MEL
R3

C
MEL
R4

C
MEL
R5

C
MEL
R6

C
SMP1
R7

5
SMP1
R8

1
SMP1
R9

9
SMP2
R10

9
SMP2
R11

1
SMP2
R12

11
HID1
R13

Ret
HID1
R14

6
HID1
R15

6
HID2
R16

5
HID2
R17

13
HID2
R18

2
TOW1
R19

Ret
TOW1
R20

5
TOW1
R21

4
TOW2
R22

6
TOW2
R23

4
TOW2
R24

7
BEN1
R25

10
BEN1
R26

9
BEN1
R27

17
BEN2
R28

6
BEN2
R29

6
BEN2
R30

4
BAT
R19

18
7th 1743
2021 BAT
R1

18
BAT
R2

10
SAN
R3

7
SAN
R4

6
SAN
R5

9
SYM
R6

24
SYM
R7

11
SYM
R8

10
BEN
R9

5
BEN
R10

17
BEN
R11

6
HID
R12

3
HID
R13

9
HID
R14

6
TOW
R15

4
TOW
R16

20
TOW2
R17

13
TOW2
R18

15
TOW2
R19

10
SYD1
R20

4
SYD1
R21

3
SYD1
R22

11
SYD2
R23

4
SYD2
R24

9
SYD2
R25

4
SYD3
R26

23
SYD3
R27

7
SYD3
R28

4
SYD4
R29

10
SYD4
R30

C
BAT
R31

6
7th 2008
2022 Andre Heimgartner SMP
R1

14
SMP
R2

5
SYM
R3

8
SYM
R4

Ret
SYM
R5

24
MEL
R6

14
MEL
R7

Ret
MEL
R8

18
MEL
R9

17
BAR
R10

10
BAR
R11

3
BAR
R12

9
WIN
R13

9
WIN
R14

7
WIN
R15

3
HID
R16

4
HID
R17

9
HID
R18

5
TOW
R19

4
TOW
R20

9
BEN
R21

BEN
R22

BEN
R23

SAN
R24

SAN
R25

SAN
R26

PUK
R27

PUK
R28

PUK
R29

BAT
R30

SUR
R31

SUR
R32

ADE
R33

ADE
R34

8th* 1158*

Car No. 14 results

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Position Pts
2012 Fabian Coulthard 14 Holden ADE
R1

6
ADE
R2

9
SYM
R3

16
SYM
R4

11
HAM
R5

9
HAM
R6

5
BAR
R7

15
BAR
R8

4
BAR
R9

7
PHI
R10

22
PHI
R11

24
HID
R12

24
HID
R13

5
TOW
R14

4
TOW
R15

Ret
QLD
R16

4
QLD
R17

5
SMP
R18

12
SMP
R19

6
SAN
QR

18
SAN
R20

15
BAT
R21

23
SUR
R22

Ret
SUR
R23

10
YMC
R24

11
YMC
R25

10
YMC
R26

10
WIN
R27

14
WIN
R28

12
SYD
R29

Ret
SYD
R30

15
11th 2035
2013 ADE
R1

19
ADE
R2

Ret
SYM
R3

1
SYM
R4

3
SYM
R5

1
PUK
R6

5
PUK
R7

10
PUK
R8

3
PUK
R9

4
BAR
R10

27
BAR
R11

4
BAR
R12

7
COA
R13

3
COA
R14

3
COA
R15

1
COA
R16

2
HID
R17

12
HID
R18

7
HID
R19

13
TOW
R20

3
TOW
R21

17
QLD
R22

11
QLD
R23

4
QLD
R24

5
WIN
R25

7
WIN
R26

8
WIN
R27

2
SAN
QR

15
SAN
R28

7
BAT
R29

16
SUR
R30

Ret
SUR
R31

2
PHI
R32

2
PHI
R33

5
PHI
R34

5
SYD
R35

19
SYD
R36

15
6th 2501
2014 ADE
R1

5
ADE
R2

5
ADE
R3

4
SYM
R4

9
SYM
R5

3
SYM
R6

5
WIN
R7

1
WIN
R8

3
WIN
R9

11
PUK
R10

7
PUK
R11

10
PUK
R12

11
PUK
R13

9
BAR
R14

2
BAR
R15

5
BAR
R16

5
HID
R17

9
HID
R18

3
HID
R19

22
TOW
R20

15
TOW
R21

3
TOW
R22

14
QLD
R23

4
QLD
R24

9
QLD
R25

11
SMP
R26

Ret
SMP
R27

7
SMP
R28

3
SAN
QR

10
SAN
R29

11
BAT
R30

9
SUR
R31

10
SUR
R32

7
PHI
R33

15
PHI
R34

15
PHI
R35

15
SYD
R36

8
SYD
R37

11
SYD
R38

12
8th 2443
2015 ADE
R1

3
ADE
R2

1
ADE
R3

6
SYM
R4

10
SYM
R5

10
SYM
R6

9
BAR
R7

8
BAR
R8

3
BAR
R9

3
WIN
R10

6
WIN
R11

21
WIN
R12

2
HID
R13

Ret
HID
R14

15
HID
R15

3
TOW
R16

3
TOW
R17

13
QLD
R18

10
QLD
R19

15
QLD
R20

14
SMP
R21

11
SMP
R22

2
SMP
R23

2
SAN
QR

9
SAN
R24

16
BAT
R25

4
SUR
R26

7
SUR
R27

13
PUK
R28

23
PUK
R29

9
PUK
R30

7
PHI
R31

12
PHI
R32

11
PHI
R33

11
SYD
R34

10
SYD
R35

14
SYD
R36

10
7th 2542
2016 Tim Slade ADE
R1

Ret
ADE
R2

17
ADE
R3

20
SYM
R4

8
SYM
R5

13
PHI
R6

8
PHI
R7

13
BAR
R8

10
BAR
R9

16
WIN
R10

1
WIN
R11

1
HID
R12

13
HID
R13

2
TOW
R14

13
TOW
R15

13
QLD
R16

6
QLD
R17

7
SMP
R18

7
SMP
R19

12
SAN
QR

8
SAN
R20

16
BAT
R21

7
SUR
R22

11
SUR
R23

8
PUK
R24

17
PUK
R25

23
PUK
R26

19
PUK
R27

16
SYD
R28

9
SYD
R29

7
8th 2263
2017 ADE
R1

14
ADE
R2

7
SYM
R3

Ret
SYM
R4

8
PHI
R5

18
PHI
R6

19
BAR
R7

13
BAR
R8

17
WIN
R9

27
WIN
R10

11
HID
R11

11
HID
R12

5
TOW
R13

20
TOW
R14

Ret
QLD
R15

4
QLD
R16

7
SMP
R17

18
SMP
R18

17
SAN
QR

17
SAN
R19

DSQ
BAT
R20

9
SUR
R21

3
SUR
R22

22
PUK
R23

6
PUK
R24

15
NEW
R25

3
NEW
R26

11
11th 1812
2018 ADE
R1

13
ADE
R2

11
MEL
R3

10
MEL
R4

10
MEL
R5

4
MEL
R6

11
SYM
R7

7
SYM
R8

14
PHI
R9

10
PHI
R10

12
BAR
R11

4
BAR
R12

17
WIN
R13

7
WIN
R14

7
HID
R15

14
HID
R16

21
TOW
R17

11
TOW
R18

14
QLD
R19

14
QLD
R20

6
SMP
R21

10
BEN
R22

12
BEN
R23

4
SAN
QR

8
SAN
R24

15
BAT
R25

17
SUR
R26

21
SUR
R27

C
PUK
R28

17
PUK
R29

11
NEW
R30

18
NEW
R31

15
11th 2249
2019 ADE
R1

17
ADE
R2

4
MEL
R3

6
MEL
R4

8
MEL
R5

3
MEL
R6

7
SYM
R7

7
SYM
R8

12
PHI
R9

17
PHI
R10

9
BAR
R11

11
BAR
R12

11
WIN
R13

13
WIN
R14

12
HID
R15

Ret
HID
R16

18
TOW
R17

16
TOW
R18

12
QLD
R19

Ret
QLD
R20

17
BEN
R21

14
BEN
R22

12
PUK
R23

11
PUK
R24

18
BAT
R25

Ret
SUR
R26

8
SUR
R27

17
SAN
QR

20
SAN
R28

13
NEW
R29

9
NEW
R30

3
15th 1940
2020 Todd Hazelwood ADE
R1

13
ADE
R2

14
MEL
R3

C
MEL
R4

C
MEL
R5

C
MEL
R6

C
SMP1
R7

11
SMP1
R8

18
SMP1
R9

8
SMP2
R10

13
SMP2
R11

20
SMP2
R12

3
HID1
R13

18
HID1
R14

20
HID1
R15

20
HID2
R16

16
HID2
R17

15
HID2
R18

15
TOW1
R19

Ret
TOW1
R20

13
TOW1
R21

5
TOW2
R22

12
TOW2
R23

14
TOW2
R24

6
BEN1
R25

24
BEN1
R26

12
BEN1
R27

10
BEN2
R28

19
BEN2
R29

11
BEN2
R30

7
BAT
R31

Ret
17th 1181
2021 BAT
R1

10
BAT
R2

18
SAN
R3

14
SAN
R4

14
SAN
R5

8
SYM
R6

14
SYM
R7

14
SYM
R8

16
BEN
R9

15
BEN
R10

19
BEN
R11

13
HID
R12

Ret
HID
R13

14
HID
R14

21
TOW
R15

22
TOW
R16

7
TOW2
R17

9
TOW2
R18

5
TOW2
R19

4
SYD1
R20

14
SYD1
R21

10
SYD1
R22

23
SYD2
R23

5
SYD2
R24

26
SYD2
R25

9
SYD3
R26

12
SYD3
R27

13
SYD3
R28

5
SYD4
R29

14
SYD4
R30

C
BAT
R31

8
13th 1599
2022 Bryce Fullwood SMP
R1

12
SMP
R2

19
SYM
R3

15
SYM
R4

18
SYM
R5

21
MEL
R6

10
MEL
R7

10
MEL
R8

22
MEL
R9

19
BAR
R10

Ret
BAR
R11

NC
BAR
R12

14
WIN
R13

20
WIN
R14

21
WIN
R15

23
HID
R16

18
HID
R17

15
HID
R18

14
TOW
R19

15
TOW
R20

13
BEN
R21

BEN
R22

BEN
R23

SAN
R24

SAN
R25

SAN
R26

PUK
R27

PUK
R28

PUK
R29

BAT
R30

SUR
R31

SUR
R32

ADE
R33

ADE
R34

18th* 706*

Car No. 96 results

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Position Pts
2021 Macauley Jones 96 Holden BAT
R1

Ret
BAT
R2

15
SAN
R3

15
SAN
R4

Ret
SAN
R5

18
SYM
R6

19
SYM
R7

20
SYM
R8

20
BEN
R9

22
BEN
R10

Ret
BEN
R11

20
HID
R12

17
HID
R13

20
HID
R14

20
TOW
R15

16
TOW
R16

14
TOW2
R17

Ret
TOW2
R18

Ret
TOW2
R19

Ret
SYD1
R20

16
SYD1
R21

16
SYD1
R22

16
SYD2
R23

13
SYD2
R24

11
SYD2
R25

20
SYD3
R26

14
SYD3
R27

18
SYD3
R28

15
SYD4
R29

Ret
SYD4
R30

C
BAT
R31

12
23rd 988
2022 SMP
R1

22
SMP
R2

21
SYM
R3

19
SYM
R4

13
SYM
R5

19
MEL
R6

6
MEL
R7

11
MEL
R8

23
MEL
R9

18
BAR
R10

15
BAR
R11

19
BAR
R12

16
WIN
R13

15
WIN
R14

19
WIN
R15

19
HID
R16

20
HID
R17

17
HID
R18

18
TOW
R19

22
TOW
R20

22
BEN
R21

BEN
R22

BEN
R23

SAN
R24

SAN
R25

SAN
R26

PUK
R27

PUK
R28

PUK
R29

BAT
R30

SUR
R31

SUR
R32

ADE
R33

ADE
R34

19th* 705*

Supercars Championship drivers

The following is a list of drivers who have driven for the team in the Supercars Championship, in order of their first appearance. Drivers who only drove for the team on a part-time basis are listed in italics.

Super2 drivers

Macauley Jones placed ninth in the 2018 Dunlop Super2 Series driving a Holden Commodore VF for Brad Jones Racing

The following list of drivers have driven for the team in the Super2 Series. The drivers who drove for the team on a part-time basis are listed in italics

Super3 Drivers

References

  1. ^ ALMS Race of a Thousand Years results
  2. ^ "Official: Jason Bright confirmed at BJR". Speedcafe. 24 December 2009. Archived from the original on 26 December 2009. Retrieved 5 April 2014.
  3. ^ "No major backer for Bargwanna in Abu Dhabi". Speedcafe. 7 February 2011. Retrieved 5 April 2014.
  4. ^ "Fabian Coulthard confirmed at BJR for 2012". Speedcafe. 15 November 2011. Retrieved 5 April 2014.
  5. ^ "Dale Wood confirmed at Brad Jones Racing". Speedcafe. 29 January 2014. Retrieved 5 April 2014.
  6. ^ "Tim Slade to replace Fabian Coulthard at BJR". Speedcafe. 13 October 2015. Retrieved 5 December 2016.
  7. ^ "Blanchard completes new BJR line-up for 2016". Speedcafe. 13 December 2015. Retrieved 5 December 2016.
  8. ^ "Percat a done deal at BJR". Speedcafe. 26 October 2016. Retrieved 5 December 2016.
  9. ^ "BOC scales back Brad Jones Racing sponsorship". Speedcafe. 28 November 2016. Retrieved 5 December 2016.

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