Erebus Motorsport, (formerly known as Erebus Racing,) is an Australian motor racing team. The team competes in the Supercars Championship with two Holden ZB Commodores. The team's current drivers are Will Brown and Brodie Kostecki.

The team is owned by Betty Klimenko and is based in Melbourne. The team launched as a GT racing team in 2011 with the team joining Supercars in 2013 following the purchase of Stone Brothers Racing. The team is best known for winning the 2017 Bathurst 1000 with David Reynolds and Luke Youlden, and also won the 2013 Bathurst 12 Hour.

Racing history

GT

A Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG prepared by Erebus Motorsport and driven by Thomas Jäger, Alexander Roloff and Bernd Schneider to victory in the 2013 Bathurst 12 Hour

The team, then known as Erebus Racing, formed in 2011 when the team's first Mercedes SLS AMG GT3 car arrived from Europe. In the 2011 Australian GT Championship season, early season problems, coupled with the car not being ready until Round 3,[1] limited driver Peter Hackett's championship run and he finished fourth. He did claim race wins at Phillip Island and at Mount Panorama along the way. Early 2012 provided the teams highlight to date, with second place in the 2012 Armor All Bathurst 12 Hour with V8 Supercar driver Tim Slade and European GT racers Jeroen Bleekemolen and Bret Curtis co-driving with Hackett.

The team expanded to a second car for the 2012 Australian GT Championship season with former V8 Utes and Nations Cup GT racer James Brock (the son of the late nine-time Bathurst 1000 winner Peter Brock) added as the second driver.[2] After a crash in the opening round at the Clipsal 500 which put Hackett behind, he quickly got himself into the lead of the Championship. He led from round four through to the final round at Homebush, where he crashed in the opening race. He would go on to finish the championship in second place behind Klark Quinn.

Brock started the season strongly with a podium in Adelaide. A heavy crash at Phillip Island slid him down the order. After re-building the #62 from scratch, he suffered another crash at Sydney Motorsport Park, resulting in another write-off. For the remaining three events of the season, Brock was replaced by a group of European-based AMG Customer Sports factory drivers. Maro Engel.[3] was the first, winning the round at Phillip Island, before FIA GT1 World Team Champion, Thomas Jäger joined the team. At the final round in Homebush, five times DTM Champion, Bernd Schneider joined the team and comprehensively dominated the weekend.

In February 2013, the team entered the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour with its two Mercedes SLS AMG GT3s. #36 was piloted by Bernd Schneider, Thomas Jäger and Alex Roloff, while car #63 was piloted by regular driver Peter Hackett and V8 Supercars drivers Lee Holdsworth and Tim Slade. It was car #63 that would take pole position on the Saturday, with Lee Holdsworth behind the wheel, with a 2.06.22, but could only finish the race in 6th position, five laps behind the race winners after an incident late in the race whilst leading. This left the #36 machine to take the team's first Bathurst 12 Hour victory and added this race to the Dubai 24 Hour victory for Schneider and the AMG Customer Sports program. They ended the dramatic race with a lead well over a lap on the second and third placed cars. Roloff had the honour to take the chequered flag surviving the mixed conditions without radio contact to the team. The team struggled in that year's Australian GT season, with Jack Le Brocq only managing ninth in the points.

In 2014, the team finished third in the Bathurst 12 Hour, with Greg Crick, Will Davison and Jack Le Brocq behind the wheel. Their other entry, driven by Maro Engel, set pole position and in doing so won the first Allan Simonsen Pole Position Trophy.[4] In the 2014 Australian GT Championship, Erebus won the title with Richard Muscat driving.

In the 2015 Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour, the team's leading entry was the Dean Canto, Le Brocq and Muscat SLS AMG, which finished in fifth position. In the 2016 Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour, the team's leading entry was the Thomas Jäger, Nico Bastian and V8 Supercar driver David Reynolds SLS AMG, which finished in fifth position, A second SLS AMG was entered for Bernd Schneider, Maro Engel and Austin Cindric, however the car did not finish after Cindric hit the wall at the end of Mountain Straight.

After a period of scaling back of GT activities, the team prepared an entry at the 2019 Bathurst 12 Hour which included their Bathurst 1000 winning combination of David Reynolds and Luke Youlden alongside Yasser Shahin.[5]

Supercars Championship

The Holden ZB Commodore of David Reynolds at the 2018 Newcastle 500

In September 2012, Erebus Motorsport announced it was in the process of purchasing Stone Brothers Racing and would enter the 2013 International V8 Supercars Championship, competing with three Mercedes-Benz E63 W212s entered under the category's new "Car of the Future" regulations. The sale was finalised in January 2013,[6] with the team purchasing one Racing Entitlement Contract (REC) and leasing a second from the Stone Brothers,[7] whilst operating a third car on behalf of satellite team James Rosenberg Racing. With Shane van Gisbergen leaving the team at the end of the 2012 season, Erebus recruited former DTM driver Maro Engel as his replacement, whilst retaining Lee Holdsworth and Tim Slade in the other two cars.[citation needed]

For 2014, the team scaled back to a two-car operation with the James Rosenberg Racing REC and Tim Slade both moving to Walkinshaw Racing.[8][9] Will Davison replaced Maro Engel.[10] Lee Holdsworth scored the team's first race win at Winton in April 2014.[11]

In 2015, Ashley Walsh replaced Lee Holdsworth as the driver for Car #4.[12] Will Davison secured the team's second V8 Supercar race win at the 2015 Ubet Perth Super Sprint at Barbagallo Raceway.[13]

The team operated from the team from the former Stone Brothers Racing premises in Yatala on the Gold Coast until the end of the 2015 season, when it moved its V8 Supercars and GT operations under one roof in Moorabbin, Melbourne.[14] This was replaced by a new facility in Dandenong in mid-2016 after its previous facility became too small.[15]

David Reynolds replaced Will Davison for the 2016 Championship, with Davison moving to Tekno Autosports.[16] Reynolds was joined by Aaren Russell with the team switching from running the E63 W212s to a pair of Holden Commodore VFs.[17][18] Russell split with the team after the Townsville 400 round, and was replaced by Craig Baird for Ipswich. Shae Davies raced the teams #4 Entry for the remainder of the 2016 Season.[19]

For 2017, Reynolds remained with the team, while Dale Wood replaced Davies as the driver of the newly renumbered #99 Entry.[20] Reynolds, partnered with Luke Youlden, won the rain-affected 2017 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000, while the second car of Wood - partnered by Chris Pither - finished a season-best 4th. In October 2017, Wood announced that he would no longer be continuing his full-time drive with the team into 2018. His replacement will be 2017 Dunlop Super2 Series competitor, Anton de Pasquale. In 2018, Reynolds won three races and finished fifth in the championship with de Pasquale 20th in his debut year.[citation needed]

In 2019, Penrite, a sponsor of the team since 2015, increased its sponsorship to both cars and took over title sponsorship of the team.[21] Reynolds finished sixth in the championship and de Pasquale 14th.[22]

In 2021 Boost Mobile Racing partnered with Erebus Motorsport branding the #99 Car of Brodie Kostecki for a full season in the Championship. This led to 2022 where Boost Mobile Racing became naming rights sponsor of the entire team with #9 Will Browns car becoming part of the Boost Mobile Racing stable. In 2021 a Wild Card entry to Bathurst was also announced dragging out Greg Murphy from retirement. Greg Murphy is a long time friend of Boost Mobile founder Pater Adderton. This did not go ahead due to Covid-19 restrictions but is back on the cards for 2022.

Other

Guy Stewart formerly drove the team's Aurion-Yamaha in the Aussie Racing Cars series, and the team was also involved in a V8 Utes team with Adam Marjoram driving. The team formerly ran a Mygale F3 car labelled Erebus Academy, racing in Australian Formula 3 with Jack Le Brocq driving. Members of the Erebus Academy development program have included Le Brocq, Adam Marjoram and Richard Muscat.

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.

Racing results

Car No. 9 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
2013 Maro Engel 9 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG ADE
R1

24
ADE
R2

Ret
SYM
R3

Ret
SYM
R4

24
SYM
R5

23
PUK
R6

24
PUK
R7

21
PUK
R8

20
PUK
R9

21
BAR
R10

25
BAR
R11

26
BAR
R12

Ret
COA
R13

23
COA
R14

Ret
COA
R15

24
COA
R16

25
HID
R17

16
HID
R18

22
HID
R19

9
TOW
R20

19
TOW
R21

27
QLD
R22

19
QLD
R23

27
QLD
R24

17
WIN
R25

18
WIN
R26

17
WIN
R27

19
SAN
R28

25
BAT
R29

20
SUR
R30

21
SUR
R31

22
PHI
R32

21
PHI
R33

22
PHI
R34

19
SYD
R35

Ret
SYD
R36

20
28th 836
2014 Will Davison ADE
R1

13
ADE
R2

10
ADE
R3

Ret
SYM
R4

7
SYM
R5

23
SYM
R6

4
WIN
R7

6
WIN
R8

8
WIN
R9

18
PUK
R10

5
PUK
R11

18
PUK
R12

18
PUK
R13

7
BAR
R14

7
BAR
R15

18
BAR
R16

24
HID
R17

Ret
HID
R18

13
HID
R19

16
TOW
R20

3
TOW
R21

16
TOW
R22

10
QLD
R23

7
QLD
R24

14
QLD
R25

18
SMP
R26

7
SMP
R27

5
SMP
R28

11
SAN
QR

18
SAN
R29

21
BAT
R30

4
SUR
R31

20
SUR
R32

20
PHI
R33

11
PHI
R34

14
PHI
R35

6
SYD
R36

Ret
SYD
R37

13
SYD
R38

10
14th 1912
2015 ADE
R1

Ret
ADE
R2

DNS
ADE
R3

19
SYM
R4

17
SYM
R5

7
SYM
R6

23
BAR
R7

7
BAR
R8

9
BAR
R9

1
WIN
R10

13
WIN
R11

7
WIN
R12

24
HID
R13

14
HID
R14

19
HID
R15

24
TOW
R16

12
TOW
R17

24
QLD
R18

9
QLD
R19

7
QLD
R20

7
SMP
R21

13
SMP
R22

9
SMP
R23

20
SAN
R24

23
BAT
R25

12
SUR
R26

15
SUR
R27

16
PUK
R28

Ret
PUK
R29

13
PUK
R30

16
PHI
R31

15
PHI
R32

17
PHI
R33

12
SYD
R34

13
SYD
R35

11
SYD
R36

18
15th 1672
2016 David Reynolds Holden ADE
R1

14
ADE
R2

19
ADE
R3

5
SYM
R4

16
SYM
R5

18
PHI
R6

12
PHI
R7

14
BAR
R8

19
BAR
R9

21
WIN
R10

22
WIN
R11

6
HID
R12

17
HID
R13

9
TOW
R14

11
TOW
R15

14
QLD
R16

21
QLD
R17

23
SMP
R18

17
SMP
R19

19
SAN
QR

17
SAN
R20

DSQ
BAT
R21

18
SUR
R22

Ret
SUR
R23

20
PUK
R24

13
PUK
R25

8
PUK
R26

17
PUK
R27

25
SYD
R28

10
SYD
R29

3
16th 1564
2017 ADE
R1

4
ADE
R2

12
SYM
R3

4
SYM
R4

5
PHI
R5

Ret
PHI
R6

3
BAR
R7

9
BAR
R8

16
WIN
R9

4
WIN
R10

7
HID
R11

8
HID
R12

7
TOW
R13

9
TOW
R14

11
QLD
R15

10
QLD
R16

9
SMP
R17

8
SMP
R18

9
SAN
QR

17
SAN
R19

17
BAT
R20

1
SUR
R21

17
SUR
R22

Ret
PUK
R23

24
PUK
R24

13
NEW
R25

5
NEW
R26

3
7th 2196
2018 ADE
R1

4
ADE
R2

2
MEL
R3

7
MEL
R4

12
MEL
R5

14
MEL
R6

1
SYM
R7

4
SYM
R8

8
PHI
R9

6
PHI
R10

2
BAR
R11

17
BAR
R12

2
WIN
R13

25
WIN
R14

15
HID
R15

3
HID
R16

1
TOW
R17

7
TOW
R18

6
QLD
R19

7
QLD
R20

7
SMP
R21

7
BEN
R22

17
BEN
R23

3
SAN
QR

1
SAN
R24

5
BAT
R25

13
SUR
R26

4
SUR
R27

C
PUK
R28

4
PUK
R29

5
NEW
R30

2
NEW
R31

1
5th 3206
2019 ADE
R1

8
ADE
R2

9
MEL
R3

10
MEL
R4

7
MEL
R5

4
MEL
R6

8
SYM
R7

6
SYM
R8

3
PHI
R9

4
PHI
R10

11
BAR
R11

10
BAR
R12

6
WIN
R13

3
WIN
R14

4
HID
R15

3
HID
R16

2
TOW
R17

6
TOW
R18

20
QLD
R19

9
QLD
R20

21
BEN
R21

7
BEN
R22

13
PUK
R23

3
PUK
R24

24
BAT
R25

5
SUR
R26

22
SUR
R27

3
SAN
QR

3
SAN
R28

Ret
NEW
R29

4
NEW
R30

16
6th 2694
2020 ADE
R1

4
ADE
R2

8
MEL
R3

C
MEL
R4

C
MEL
R5

C
MEL
R6

C
SMP
R7

21
SMP
R8

5
SMP
R9

4
SMP2
R10

14
SMP2
R11

11
SMP2
R12

4
HID1
R13

13
HID1
R14

5
HID1
R15

9
HID2
R16

12
HID2
R17

16
HID2
R18

10
TOW1
R19

5
TOW1
R20

10
TOW1
R21

11
TOW2
R22

Ret
TOW2
R23

15
TOW2
R24

11
BEN1
R25

13
BEN1
R26

7
BEN1
R27

9
BEN2
R28

16
BEN2
R29

Ret
BEN2
R30

17
BAT
R31

15
12th 1492
2021 Will Brown BAT
R1

16
BAT
R2

14
SAN
R3

16
SAN
R4

16
SAN
R5

7
SYM
R6

9
SYM
R7

5
SYM
R8

15
BEN
R9

11
BEN
R10

13
BEN
R11

24
HID
R12

4
HID
R13

8
HID
R14

10
TOW
R15

18
TOW
R16

5
TOW2
R17

10
TOW2
R18

Ret
SYD1
R20

5
SYD1
R21

11
SYD1
R22

2
SYD2
R23

11
SYD2
R24

6
SYD2
R25

6
SYD3
R26

3
SYD3
R27

8
SYD3
R28

1
SYD4
R29

7
SYD4
R30

C
BAT
R31

20
8th 1838
2022 SMP
R1

7
SMP
R2

8
SYM
R3

13
SYM
R4

12
SYM
R5

15
MEL
R6

17
MEL
R7

23
MEL
R8

24
MEL
R9

8
BAR
R10

17
BAR
R11

Ret
BAR
R12

5
WIN
R13

27
WIN
R14

6
WIN
R15

5
HID
R16

Ret
HID
R17

20
HID
R18

7
TOW
R19

11
TOW
R20

19
BEN
R21

BEN
R22

BEN
R23

SAN
R24

SAN
R25

SAN
R26

PUK
R27

PUK
R28

PUK
R29

BAT
R30

SUR
R31

SUR
R32

NEW
R33

NEW
R34

15th* 904*

Car No. 99 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
2013 Lee Holdsworth 4 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG ADE
R1

17
ADE
R2

17
SYM
R3

23
SYM
R4

17
SYM
R5

13
PUK
R6

18
PUK
R7

25
PUK
R8

17
PUK
R9

22
BAR
R10

18
BAR
R11

Ret
BAR
R12

14
COA
R13

27
COA
R14

20
COA
R15

21
COA
R16

20
HID
R17

18
HID
R18

16
HID
R19

Ret
TOW
R20

Ret
TOW
R21

Ret
QLD
R22

Ret
QLD
R23

Ret
QLD
R24

18
WIN
R25

26
WIN
R26

20
WIN
R27

20
SAN
QR

19
SAN
R28

4
BAT
R29

14
SUR
R30

12
SUR
R31

5
PHI
R32

14
PHI
R33

17
PHI
R34

Ret
SYD
R35

23
SYD
R36

13
20th 1361
2014 ADE
R1

17
ADE
R2

17
ADE
R3

16
SYM
R4

16
SYM
R5

9
SYM
R6

12
WIN
R7

5
WIN
R8

1
WIN
R9

15
PUK
R10

12
PUK
R11

14
PUK
R12

17
PUK
R13

15
BAR
R14

5
BAR
R15

12
BAR
R16

18
HID
R17

10
HID
R18

Ret
HID
R19

12
TOW
R20

22
TOW
R21

15
TOW
R22

15
QLD
R23

17
QLD
R24

18
QLD
R25

23
SMP
R26

10
SMP
R27

15
SMP
R28

13
SAN
QR

12
SAN
R29

Ret
BAT
R30

Ret
SUR
R31

11
SUR
R32

Ret
PHI
R33

19
PHI
R34

20
PHI
R35

13
SYD
R36

17
SYD
R37

24
SYD
R38

18
20th 1395
2015 Ash Walsh ADE
R1

20
ADE
R2

8
ADE
R3

Ret
SYM
R4

Ret
SYM
R5

22
SYM
R6

21
BAR
R7

17
BAR
R8

18
BAR
R9

22
WIN
R10

22
WIN
R11

15
WIN
R12

22
HID
R13

21
HID
R14

20
HID
R15

Ret
TOW
R16

22
TOW
R17

23
QLD
R18

18
QLD
R19

Ret
QLD
R20

22
SMP
R21

25
SMP
R22

16
SMP
R23

21
SAN
Q

19
SAN
R24

19
BAT
R25

Ret
SUR
R26

19
SUR
R27

DSQ
PUK
R28

20
PUK
R29

21
PUK
R30

24
PHI
R31
PHI
R32
PHI
R33
SYD
R34
SYD
R35
SYD
R36
25th 769
2016 Aaren Russell Holden ADE
R1

25
ADE
R2

22
ADE
R3

DNS
SYM
R4

23
SYM
R5

17
PHI
R6

25
PHI
R7

22
BAR
R8

25
BAR
R9

24
WIN
R10

24
WIN
R11

24
HID
R12

22
HID
R13

19
TOW
R14

22
TOW
R15

21
28th 627
Craig Baird ADE
R1

ADE
R2

ADE
R3

SYM
R4

SYM
R5

PHI
R6

PHI
R7

BAR
R8

BAR
R9

WIN
R10

WIN
R11

HID
R12

HID
R13

TOW
R14

TOW
R15

QLD
R16

24
QLD
R17

22
50th 219
Shae Davies ADE
R1
ADE
R2
ADE
R3
SYM
R4
SYM
R5
PHI
R6
PHI
R7
BAR
R8
BAR
R9
WIN
R10
WIN
R11
HID
R12
HID
R13
TOW
R14
TOW
R15
QLD
R16
QLD
R17
SMP
R18

25
SMP
R19

25
SAN
R20

22
BAT
R21

17
SUR
R22

19
SUR
R23

DNS
PUK
R24

23
PUK
R25

25
PUK
R26

24
PUK
R27

23
SYD
R28

22
SYD
R29

17
36th 454
2017 Dale Wood 99 ADE
R1

Ret
ADE
R2

20
SYM
R3

8
SYM
R4

14
PHI
R5

Ret
PHI
R6

8
BAR
R7

21
BAR
R8

21
WIN
R9

21
WIN
R10

26
HID
R11

25
HID
R12

22
TOW
R13

16
TOW
R14

22
QLD
R15

23
QLD
R16

Ret
SMP
R17

16
SMP
R18

22
SAN
QR

7
SAN
R19

13
BAT
R20

4
SUR
R21

22
SUR
R22

18
PUK
R23

20
PUK
R24

20
NEW
R25

18
NEW
R26

20
23rd 1221
2018 Anton De Pasquale ADE
R1

19
ADE
R2

17
MEL
R3

15
MEL
R4

19
MEL
R5

20
MEL
R6

15
SYM
R7

19
SYM
R8

15
PHI
R9

7
PHI
R10

16
BAR
R11

18
BAR
R12

23
WIN
R13

12
WIN
R14

16
HID
R15

11
HID
R16

16
TOW
R17

19
TOW
R18

17
QLD
R19

26
QLD
R20

16
SMP
R21

18
BEN
R22

24
BEN
R23

11
SAN
QR

9
SAN
R24

18
BAT
R25

24
SUR
R26

Ret
SUR
R27

C
PUK
R28

19
PUK
R29

24
NEW
R30

11
NEW
R31

16
20th 1524
2019 ADE
R1

16
ADE
R2

14
MEL
R3

11
MEL
R4

13
MEL
R5

11
MEL
R6

12
SYM
R7

9
SYM
R8

23
PHI
R9

12
PHI
R10

3
BAR
R11

13
BAR
R12

7
WIN
R13

18
WIN
R14

17
HID
R15

11
HID
R16

8
TOW
R17

11
TOW
R18

4
QLD
R19

14
QLD
R20

11
BEN
R21

3
BEN
R22

7
PUK
R23

15
PUK
R24

20
BAT
R25

Ret
SUR
R26

11
SUR
R27

8
SAN
QR

13
SAN
R28

10
NEW
R29

23
NEW
R30

Ret
14th 2015
2020 ADE
R1

14
ADE
R2

Ret
MEL
R3

C
MEL
R4

C
MEL
R5

C
MEL
R6

C
SMP1
R7

8
SMP1
R8

12
SMP1
R9

7
SMP2
R10

3
SMP2
R11

13
SMP2
R12

19
HID1
R13

1
HID1
R14

7
HID1
R15

23
HID2
R16

6
HID2
R17

12
HID2
R18

9
TOW1
R19

10
TOW1
R20

8
TOW1
R21

7
TOW2
R22

5
TOW2
R23

16
TOW2
R24

Ret
BEN1
R25

8
BEN1
R26

5
BEN1
R27

4
BEN2
R28

5
BEN2
R29

2
BEN2
R30

11
BAT
R31

9
8th 1637
2021 Brodie Kostecki BAT
R1

11
BAT
R2

12
SAN
R3

17
SAN
R4

13
SAN
R5

2
SYM
R6

10
SYM
R7

16
SYM
R8

18
BEN
R9

6
BEN
R10

5
BEN
R11

11
HID
R12

8
HID
R13

15
HID
R14

24
TOW1
R15

13
TOW1
R16

15
TOW2
R17

22
TOW2
R18

7
TOW2
R19

14
SYD1
R20

3
SYD1
R21

4
SYD1
R22

15
SYD2
R23

23
SYD2
R24

20
SYD2
R25

Ret
SYD3
R26

4
SYD3
R27

9
SYD3
R28

11
SYD4
R29

8
SYD4
R30

C
BAT
R31

3
9th 1788
2022 SMP
R1

5
SMP
R2

2
SYM
R3

4
SYM
R4

19
SYM
R5

22
MEL
R6

13
MEL
R7

7
MEL
R8

15
MEL
R9

5
BAR
R10

8
BAR
R11

6
BAR
R12

21
WIN
R13

7
WIN
R14

11
WIN
R15

13
HID
R16

10
HID
R17

16
HID
R18

24
TOW
R19

12
TOW
R20

16
BEN
R21

BEN
R22

BEN
R23

SAN
R24

SAN
R25

SAN
R26

PUK
R27

PUK
R28

PUK
R29

BAT
R30

SUR
R31

SUR
R32

NEW
R33

NEW
R34

9th* 1103*

Bathurst 1000 Results

Year No. Car Drivers Pos. Laps
2013 4 Mercedes-Benz E63 W212 Australia Lee Holdsworth
New Zealand Craig Baird
14th 161
9 Mercedes-Benz E63 W212 Germany Maro Engel
Australia Steven Johnson
20th 160
2014 4 Mercedes-Benz E63 W212 Australia Lee Holdsworth
New Zealand Craig Baird
Ret 132
9 Mercedes-Benz E63 W212 Australia Will Davison
Australia Alex Davison
4th 161
2015 4 Mercedes-Benz E63 W212 Australia Ashley Walsh
Australia Jack Le Brocq
Ret 135
9 Mercedes-Benz E63 W212 Australia Will Davison
Australia Alex Davison
12th 161
2016 4 Holden Commodore VF Australia Shae Davies
New Zealand Chris van der Drift
17th 156
9 Holden Commodore VF Australia David Reynolds
New Zealand Craig Baird
18th 148
2017 9 Holden Commodore VF Australia David Reynolds
Australia Luke Youlden
1st 161
99 Holden Commodore VF Australia Dale Wood
New Zealand Chris Pither
4th 161
2018 9 Holden Commodore ZB Australia David Reynolds
Australia Luke Youlden
13th 161
99 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Anton de Pasquale
Australia Will Brown
24th 143
2019 9 Holden Commodore ZB Australia David Reynolds
Australia Luke Youlden
5th 161
99 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Anton de Pasquale
Australia Will Brown
Ret 125
2020 9 Holden Commodore ZB Australia David Reynolds
Australia Will Brown
15th 160
99 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Anton de Pasquale
Australia Brodie Kostecki
9th 161
2021 9 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Will Brown
Australia Jack Perkins
20th 150
99 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Brodie Kostecki
Australia David Russell
3rd 161
2022 9 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Will Brown
Australia Jack Perkins
51 Holden Commodore ZB New Zealand Greg Murphy
New Zealand Richie Stanaway
99 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Brodie Kostecki
Australia David Russell

See also

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