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    Broc Feeney (born 18 October 2002) is an Australian racing driver competing in the Repco Supercars Championship for Triple Eight Race Engineering. He inherited Jamie Whincup's No. 88 Holden ZB Commodore following Whincup's retirement from full-time driving. [1][2]

    In 2021, he won the Dunlop Super2 Series with Triple Eight Race Engineering, driving the iconic number 888 VF Commodore.[3]

    Biography

    Feeney started karting in 2013 at the age of eleven. He won numerous state and national championships in his junior years. In 2018, he moved up and competed in the Toyota 86 Racing Series Australia.[4] In his debut year, Feeney went on to score two race wins and three podium finishes and was the youngest race winner at the age of fifteen. For 2019, he moved on the Kumho Tyre Super3 Series with Paul Morris Motorsport[5] and was crowned series champion on his debut year. In 2020, Feeney replaced Jake Camilleri at MARC Cars Australia for the Bathurst 12 Hour after Camilleri was unable to compete due to business requirements.[6] He went on to finish fifteenth outright with a win in class.

    Feeney won the Dunlop Super2 Series in his second campaign, following his move from Tickford Racing to Triple Eight Race Engineering. [7] He was rewarded a drive with the highly successful Supercars team, Red Bull Ampol Racing, taking the place of the retiring Jamie Whincup.

    During the 2022 Supercars Championship season, Feeney secured points in 23 out of the 24 races with a singular retirement in Race 2 of the 2022 Gold Coast 500. His first podium in the Supercars Championship came in the second race of the 2022 Tasmania SuperSprint finishing in 2nd position behind his teammate Shane Van Gisbergen. He then secured a P3 finish in the 3rd race of the 2022 Sandown SuperSprint. In Supercars's return to Adelaide for the final race of the season, Broc Feeney held off Chaz Mostert to take the win in Race 2 of the 2022 Adelaide 500. This made him the last and final winner for a Holden racing driver in the Supercars Championship following Holden's departure from the sport in 2022.[8]

    Career results

    Season Series Position Vehicle Team
    2017-18 Toyota 86 Championship 18th Toyota TR86 Neil Allport Motorsport
    2018 Toyota 86 Racing Series 6th Toyota 86 Broc Feeney Motorsport
    Aussie Racing Car Championship 43rd ARC Aurion
    Queensland Excel Cup 21st Hyundai X3 Excel Scotts Rods
    2019 Kumho Tyre Super3 Series 1st Ford FG Falcon Paul Morris Motorsport
    Track Attack Excel Cup 3rd Hyundai X3 Excel Broc Feeney
    Australian GT – Trofeo Challenge 8th Mazda 3 MARC MARC Cars Australia
    2020 Dunlop Super2 Series 7th Ford FG X Falcon Tickford Racing
    Virgin Australia Supercars Championship 35th Ford Mustang GT
    2021 Dunlop Super2 Series 1st Holden VF Commodore Triple Eight Race Engineering
    Repco Supercars Championship NC Holden ZB Commodore
    2022 Repco Supercars Championship 6th Holden ZB Commodore

    Bathurst 12 Hour results

    Year Team Co-drivers Car Class Laps Position Class
    pos.
    2020 Scandia Racer Industries Australia Aaron Cameron
    Australia Nick Percat
    Ford Mustang MARC II I-INV 310 15th 1st

    Complete Super2 Series results

    (key) (Race results only)

    Year Team Car 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Position Points
    2020 Tickford Racing Ford FG X Falcon ADE
    10
    ADE
    7
    ADE
    7
    SYD
    4
    SYD
    8
    BAT
    4
    BAT
    DNS
    7th 510
    2021 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden VF Commodore BAT
    1
    BAT
    8
    TOW
    1
    TOW
    1
    TOW2
    2
    TOW2
    2
    SMP
    2
    SMP
    C
    BAT
    1
    BAT
    2
    1st 1254

    Supercars Championship results

    (key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

    Supercars results
    Year Team Car 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 Position Points
    2020 Tickford Racing Ford Mustang GT ADE
    R1

    ADE
    R2

    MEL
    R3

    MEL
    R4

    MEL
    R5

    MEL
    R6

    SMP1
    R7

    SMP1
    R8

    SMP1
    R9

    SMP2
    R10

    SMP2
    R11

    SMP2
    R12

    HID1
    R13

    HID1
    R14

    HID1
    R15

    HID2
    R16

    HID2
    R17

    HID2
    R18

    TOW1
    R19

    TOW1
    R20

    TOW1
    R21

    TOW2
    R22

    TOW2
    R23

    TOW2
    R24

    BEN1
    R25

    BEN1
    R26

    BEN1
    R27

    BEN2
    R28

    BEN2
    R29

    BEN2
    R30

    BAT
    R31

    10
    35th 156
    2021 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden Commodore ZB BAT
    R1

    BAT
    R2

    SAN
    R3

    SAN
    R4

    SAN
    R5

    SYM
    R6

    SYM
    R7

    SYM
    R8

    BEN
    R9

    BEN
    R10

    BEN
    R11

    HID
    R12

    HID
    R13

    HID
    R14

    TOW
    R15

    TOW
    R16

    TOW2
    R17

    TOW2
    R18

    TOW2
    R19

    SYD1
    R20

    SYD1
    R21

    SYD1
    R22

    SYD2
    R23

    SYD2
    R24

    SYD2
    R25

    SYD3
    R26

    SYD3
    R27

    SYD3
    R28

    SYD4
    R29

    SYD4
    R30

    BAT
    R31

    Ret
    NC 0
    2022 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden Commodore ZB SMP
    R1

    9
    SMP
    R2

    11
    SYM
    R3

    5
    SYM
    R4

    2
    SYM
    R5

    8
    MEL
    R6

    8
    MEL
    R7

    14
    MEL
    R8

    6
    MEL
    R9

    12
    BAR
    R10

    5
    BAR
    R11

    8
    BAR
    R12

    11
    WIN
    R13

    10
    WIN
    R14

    12
    WIN
    R15

    7
    HID
    R16

    8
    HID
    R17

    13
    HID
    R18

    6
    TOW
    R19

    7
    TOW
    R20

    6
    BEN
    R21

    7
    BEN
    R22

    6
    BEN
    R23

    5
    SAN
    R24

    14
    SAN
    R25

    10
    SAN
    R26

    3
    PUK
    R27

    7
    PUK
    R28

    8
    PUK
    R29

    4
    BAT
    R30

    5
    SUR
    R31

    14
    SUR
    R32

    Ret
    ADE
    R33

    8
    ADE
    R34

    1
    6th 2377

    Complete Bathurst 1000 results

    Year Team Car Co-driver Position Laps
    2020 Tickford Racing Ford Mustang Mk.6 Australia James Courtney 10th 161
    2021 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden Commodore ZB Australia Russell Ingall DNF 142
    2022 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden Commodore ZB Australia Jamie Whincup 5th 161

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