Russell Ingall (born 24 February 1964 in London, England[1]) is a former full-time Australian V8 Supercar driver. He won his V8 Supercars title in 2005, and finished second in 1998, 1999, 2001 and 2004. Ingall has also won the Bathurst 1000, in 1995 and 1997. His particular driving style earned him the nickname "Enforcer".[2]

In 2016, he drove for Nissan Motorsport as a co-driver alongside Rick Kelly in the Pirtek Enduro Cup series.

Early years

Ingall began his motor racing career at age 12 competing at the Whyalla go-kart track in South Australia. After winning an Australian Junior and several Senior karting Championships he moved overseas to race karts in Europe before making the transition into Formula Ford. During his karting career he lost his right-index finger at the first joint in an accident, however this didn't affect his racing.

Competing in only his second Formula Ford event, Ingall finished third in a support race at the 1988 Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide. Over the next few years Ingall proved to be a force in the Motorcraft Formula Ford Driver to Europe Series finishing runner-up before claiming the crown in the 1990. In 1990, he co-drove a Bob Forbes Racing Holden Commodore VL at the Bathurst 1000 with Kevin Bartlett

Ingall headed to Europe in 1991. After almost claiming the British Formula Ford Championship in 1991, and making a promising debut in the GM-Lotus formula, Ingall moved to Germany to drive for Opel Team Schuebel in the German Formula Three Championship. Ingall also had the opportunity to compete in Peter Wearing Smith's team at the Macau Grand Prix, where he started 23rd and overtook David Coulthard to finish in fifth position.

Over the northern winter Ingall competed in the New Zealand Dunlop Formula Ford series, winning easily with 10 victories from 12 races.

Ingall made history in 1993 returning to the United Kingdom to drive for the factory Van Diemen team to win 13 out of the 16 races in the British Formula Ford Championship and in the process recording the highest number of wins in a single season in the history of Formula Ford.

The season was finished off by winning one of the most prestigious single-seater events – the Formula Ford Festival and World Cup at Brands Hatch in Britain.

Ingall was never able to live up to his full potential in Europe due to a lack of funding and later returned to Australia. This is common for Australian race drivers in Europe.

V8 Supercar

Part-time drives

After spending the first half of 1994 in the Japanese Formula 3 Championship Ingall made his return to Touring Cars, having previously driven for the Bob Forbes Racing team in 1990, driving for Wayne Gardner Racing at the Sandown 500 and Bathurst 1000. Ingall and Win Percy led at Bathurst for some time before finishing fifth.

Perkins Engineering

Ingall went on to win the 1995 British Formula Renault Championship before joining Perkins Engineering for its campaign for the endurance races back in Australia. Ingall figured prominently in the team's epic last to first victory at Bathurst. He would then become a permanent face of the V8 Supercar Championship throughout 1996 season.

During his first year, Ingall claimed his maiden victory at Calder Park and then went on to win the Bathurst 1000 for the second time in 1997. He also finished second in 1998 and 2002.

In his seven years with Perkins Engineering, Ingall finish runner-up in the championship three times (1998, 1999 and 2001) and was third in 1997.

Stone Brothers Racing

Russell Ingall with his Caltex Falcon

Following seven years with the Perkins team Ingall moved to Stone Brothers Racing at the start of 2003 in winning style taking out the support races at the Australian Grand Prix.

He also went on to win rounds at the Queensland 300 and the Gillette V8 Supercar Challenge at the Lexmark Indy 300 on the Gold Coast, Queensland before eventually finishing seventh outright in the championship.

In 2004 Ingall was again consistent with the highlight of the season coming with a round win at Symmons Plains in round 12. In the final round at Eastern Creek Raceway, he finished third overall to jump from fourth to second in the championship in his Caltex Ford Falcon BA and give Stone Brothers Racing an historic 1–2 finish as his teammate Marcos Ambrose won the championship.

In 2005 Ingall went one better, collecting his first V8 Supercar championship after having been runner-up four times. Ingall went into the season with a plan and he followed it to the final race of the season, which was held at the Phillip Island circuit. He raced "smarter" than he ever had before and worked out his strategy around the V8 Supercars points system to collect the title ahead of Craig Lowndes and Marcos Ambrose.

In 2006 Ingall saw the championship slip from his grasp due to poor performance from his car which saw him finish the championship in eighth place.

In the lead-up to the 2007 season finale, Ingall announced he was Holden bound, thus leaving Stone Brothers Racing and Ford after five years. He finished the championship for the first time outside the top 10, placing a disappointing eleventh. For 2008 Ingall moved to Paul Morris Motorsport.

Supercheap Auto Racing

Ingall returned to the Holden fray in 2008 with Paul Morris Motorsport, now sponsored by automotive parts retailer Supercheap Auto. Ingall's debut race meeting for his new team proved less than ideal. Finishing in 14th place in the first leg of the Clipsal 500, contact with the wall at Turn 8 during the morning warmup saw steering and suspension damage to the No. 39 car. Repairs were made in time for the start of Race 2, but the car was not the same, and he retired after just two laps, with failure in the ignition system.

“If I didn't stick it in (during) the warm up, the distributor drive would have probably gone in the warm-up so we would have found the problem before the race, so one thing led to another," said Ingall. "At the end of the day it was all related to the shunt.”

In 2010, Ingall was joined by New Zealander Greg Murphy. Ingall remained with Paul Morris Motorsport until the end of 2011.

In 2012, Ingall moved to Walkinshaw Racing, with the Supercheap Auto sponsorship.

In 2013, Ingall continued the use of the No. 66 car, however, 2013 saw the change to the new Holden VF Commodore. Ingall's form for the year thus far has been inconsistent. At Townsville, Ingall celebrated his 226th race start (a new record beating John Bowe's 225) by using No. 226 on his car. In the Endurance events, Ingall teamed up with IndyCar racer Ryan Briscoe.

Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport

After toying with the idea of retiring from full-time motorsports in 2014, Ingall announced returned to V8 Supercars in the 2014 season with Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport.[3]

At the end of 2014, Ingall retired from full-time driving. He will still compete as a co-driver in the three endurance races.[4]

Return to V8 Supercars

In 2015, Ingall signed with the Holden Racing Team to race in the endurance series after James Courtney was injured in a freak accident. Ingall competed in the Sandown 500 and the Bathurst 1000 with HRT.

With Courtney returning to race in the Gold Coast 600, Prodrive Racing Australia signed Ingall as a replacement for Chaz Mostert, who was unable to drive due to injuries from his Bathurst crash.

Nissan Motorsport

Ingall signed with Nissan Motorsport to race in the Pirtek Enduro Cup in 2016 and joined Rick Kelly in the No. 15 Nissan Altima.

Triple Eight Race Engineering

On the 21st of April, 2021 Triple Eight Race Engineering announced that Ingall will make a return to the championship as a wildcard for the Bathurst 1000 alongside current Triple Eight Super2 Driver Broc Feeney. Ingall will be driving a Supercheap Auto backed #39 Holden ZB Commodore.

Other racing

In October 2018, Ingall made his Stadium Super Trucks debut at Sydney Motorsport Park.[5] He finished seventh and fifth in the weekend's two races.[6][7] The following year, he returned to the series for the Gold Coast 600 round.[8] In April 2021, Ingall took over for the injured Nash Morris for the series' final two races at Symmons Plains.[9]

Media career

In 2015, Ingall was appointed a co-host on Fox Sports coverage of V8 Supercars with five-time champion and former rival Mark Skaife.

Ingall hosts an online video series titled Enforcer and The Dude alongside Paul Morris.[10]

In October 2020, Ingall became the brand ambassador for Soudal Australia for their innovative range of sealants, expanding foams and adhesives. Soudal are best known for their sealant adhesive called T-Rex which fixes, bonds and seals everything to everything.

Career results

The Holden VE Commodore of Russell Ingall at the 2012 Clipsal 500 Adelaide
The Holden VF Commodore of Russell Ingall at the 2013 Clipsal 500 Adelaide
Season Series Position Car Team
1987 Motorcraft Formula Ford Driver to Europe Series 25th Elfin Ford David Craig
1988 Motorcraft Formula Ford Driver to Europe Series 8th Van Diemen RF86 Ford
1989 Motorcraft Formula Ford Driver to Europe Series 2nd Van Diemen RF89 Ford Russell Ingall
1990 Motorcraft Formula Ford Driver to Europe Series 1st Van Diemen RF90 Ford Coffey Ford
1991 British Formula Ford Championship 2nd Van Diemen RF91 Ford
1992 German Formula 3 Championship 9th Dallara F392 Opel Opel Team Schübel
1993 British Formula Ford Championship 1st Van Diemen RF93 Ford Van Diemen
1994 All-Japan Formula 3 Championship 11th Dallara 394 Toyota TOM's Navi Connection Racing
1995 British Formula Renault Championship 3rd Van Diemen RF95 - Renault
1996 Australian Touring Car Championship 6th Holden VR Commodore Perkins Engineering
Australian Super Touring Championship 12th Vauxhall Cavalier Phoenix Motorsport
1997 Australian Touring Car Championship 3rd Holden VS Commodore Perkins Engineering
1998 Australian Touring Car Championship 2nd Holden VS Commodore Perkins Engineering
1999 Shell Championship Series 2nd Holden VT Commodore Castrol Perkins Racing
2000 Shell Championship Series 8th Holden VT Commodore Castrol Perkins Racing
2001 Shell Championship Series 2nd Holden VX Commodore Castrol Perkins Racing
2002 V8 Supercar Championship Series 9th Holden VX Commodore Castrol Perkins Racing
2003 V8 Supercar Championship Series 7th Ford BA Falcon Stone Brothers Racing
2004 V8 Supercar Championship Series 2nd Ford BA Falcon Stone Brothers Racing
2005 V8 Supercar Championship Series 1st Ford BA Falcon Stone Brothers Racing
2006 V8 Supercar Championship Series 8th Ford BA Falcon Stone Brothers Racing
2007 V8 Supercar Championship Series 11th Ford BF Falcon Stone Brothers Racing
2008 V8 Supercar Championship Series 9th Holden VE Commodore Paul Morris Motorsport
2009 V8 Supercar Championship Series 9th Holden VE Commodore Paul Morris Motorsport
2010 V8 Supercar Championship Series 12th Holden VE Commodore Paul Morris Motorsport
2011 International V8 Supercars Championship 20th Holden VE Commodore Paul Morris Motorsport
2012 International V8 Supercars Championship 13th Holden VE Commodore Walkinshaw Racing
2013 International V8 Supercars Championship 15th Holden VF Commodore Walkinshaw Racing
2014 International V8 Supercars Championship 18th Holden VF Commodore Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport
2015 International V8 Supercars Championship 40th Holden VF Commodore
Ford FG X Falcon
Holden Racing Team
Prodrive Racing Australia
2016 International V8 Supercars Championship 48th Nissan Altima Nissan Motorsport
2018 Stadium Super Trucks 21st Stadium Super Truck Boost Mobile
2019 Stadium Super Trucks 17th Stadium Super Truck The Boat Works
2021 Boost Mobile Super Trucks 11th Stadium Super Truck Boost Mobile

Complete Australian Touring Car Championship results

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

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 DC Points
1996 Perkins Engineering Holden VR Commodore EAS
R1

9
EAS
R2

3
EAS
R3

8
SAN
R4

7
SAN
R5

6
SAN
R6

4
BAT
R7

Ret
BAT
R8

9
BAT
R9

7
SYM
R10

6
SYM
R11

Ret
SYM
R12

Ret
PHI
R13

5
PHI
R14

Ret
PHI
R15

4
CAL
R16

2
CAL
R17

1
CAL
R18

2
LAK
R19

11
LAK
R20

8
LAK
R21

5
BAR
R22

15
BAR
R23

Ret
BAR
R24

6
MAL
R25

5
MAL
R26

15
MAL
R27

6
ORA
R28

9
ORA
R29

8
ORA
R30

10
6th 183
1997 Perkins Engineering Holden VS Commodore CAL
R1

8
CAL
R2

3
CAL
R3

3
PHI
R4

2
PHI
R5

1
PHI
R6

2
SAN
R7

6
SAN
R8

3
SAN
R9

5
SYM
R10

8
SYM
R11

6
SYM
R12

6
WIN
R13

2
WIN
R14

1
WIN
R15

1
EAS
R16

4
EAS
R17

5
EAS
R18

4
LAK
R19

7
LAK
R20

4
LAK
R21

1
BAR
R22

10
BAR
R23

5
BAR
R24

6
MAL
R25

5
MAL
R26

5
MAL
R27

10
ORA
R28

Ret
ORA
R29

Ret
ORA
R30

DNS
3rd 572
1998 Perkins Engineering Holden VS Commodore SAN
R1

14
SAN
R2

4
SAN
R3

2
SYM
R4

4
SYM
R5

3
SYM
R6

7
LAK
R7

3
LAK
R8

1
LAK
R9

1
PHI
R10

3
PHI
R11

3
PHI
R12

1
WIN
R13

1
WIN
R14

2
WIN
R15

3
MAL
R16

2
MAL
R17

1
MAL
R18

2
BAR
R19

3
BAR
R20

3
BAR
R21

2
CAL
R22

11
CAL
R23

4
CAL
R24

C
HDV
R25

12
HDV
R26

1
HDV
R27

1
ORA
R28

6
ORA
R29

9
ORA
R30

7
2nd 942
1999 Perkins Engineering Holden VT Commodore EAS
R1

8
EAS
R2

9
EAS
R3

5
ADE
R4

4
BAR
R5

Ret
BAR
R6

10
BAR
R7

4
PHI
R8

3
PHI
R9

5
PHI
R10

6
HDV
R11

1
HDV
R12

1
HDV
R13

14
SAN
R14

18
SAN
R15

11
SAN
R16

6
QLD
R17

1
QLD
R18

2
QLD
R19

Ret
CAL
R20

4
CAL
R21

2
CAL
R22

Ret
SYM
R23

7
SYM
R24

5
SYM
R25

2
WIN
R26

4
WIN
R27

3
WIN
R28

2
ORA
R29

6
ORA
R30

11
ORA
R31

8
QLD
R32

1
BAT
R33

7
2nd 1804
2000 Perkins Engineering Holden VT Commodore PHI
R1

21
PHI
R2

28
BAR
R3

4
BAR
R4

3
BAR
R5

4
ADE
R6

Ret
ADE
R7

6
EAS
R8

5
EAS
R9

4
EAS
R10

1
HDV
R11

6
HDV
R12

Ret
HDV
R13

10
CAN
R14

4
CAN
R15

Ret
CAN
R16

19
QLD
R17

4
QLD
R18

3
QLD
R19

3
WIN
R20

8
WIN
R21

Ret
WIN
R22

7
ORA
R23

6
ORA
R24

1
ORA
R25

Ret
CAL
R26

Ret
CAL
R27

13
CAL
R28

8
QLD
R29

4
SAN
R30

Ret
SAN
R31

13
SAN
R32

8
BAT
R33

11
8th 953
2001 Perkins Engineering Holden VX Commodore PHI
R1

9
PHI
R2

8
ADE
R3

3
ADE
R4

2
EAS
R5

23
EAS
R6

12
HDV
R7

1
HDV
R8

22
HDV
R9

9
CAN
R10

8
CAN
R11

11
CAN
R12

9
BAR
R13

3
BAR
R14

3
BAR
R15

17
CAL
R16

4
CAL
R17

3
CAL
R18

2
ORA
R19

8
ORA
R20

5
QLD
R21

2
WIN
R22

2
WIN
R23

1
BAT
R24

8
PUK
R25

5
PUK
R26

27
PUK
R27

11
SAN
R28

4
SAN
R29

23
SAN
R30

6
2nd 2875
2002 Perkins Engineering Holden VX Commodore ADE
R1

21
ADE
R2

7
PHI
R3

17
PHI
R4

15
EAS
R5

5
EAS
R6

29
EAS
R7

27
HDV
R8

Ret
HDV
R9

DNS
HDV
R10

9
CAN
R11

28
CAN
R12

1
CAN
R13

9
BAR
R14

16
BAR
R15

27
BAR
R16

14
ORA
R17

5
ORA
R18

5
WIN
R19

9
WIN
R20

6
QLD
R21

2
BAT
R22

2
SUR
R23

Ret
SUR
R24

DNS
PUK
R25

10
PUK
R26

11
PUK
R27

11
SAN
R28

25
SAN
R29

19
9th 973
2003 Stone Brothers Racing Ford BA Falcon ADE
R1

7
ADE
R1

12
PHI
R3

10
EAS
R4

3
WIN
R5

4
BAR
R6

5
BAR
R7

27
BAR
R8

14
HDV
R9

Ret
HDV
R10

17
HDV
R11

8
QLD
R12

1
ORA
R13

8
SAN
R14

5
BAT
R15

6
SUR
R16

1
SUR
R17

1
PUK
R18

19
PUK
R19

26
PUK
R20

10
EAS
R21

DSQ
EAS
R22

DSQ
7th 1701
2004 Stone Brothers Racing Ford BA Falcon ADE
R1

3
ADE
R2

Ret
EAS
R3

14
PUK
R4

12
PUK
R5

7
PUK
R6

7
HDV
R7

1
HDV
R8

11
HDV
R9

5
BAR
R10

9
BAR
R11

17
BAR
R12

13
QLD
R13

4
WIN
R14

4
ORA
R15

3
ORA
R16

4
SAN
R17

2
BAT
R18

6
SUR
R19

25
SUR
R20

10
SYM
R21

7
SYM
R22

5
SYM
R23

5
EAS
R24

7
EAS
R25

9
EAS
R26

3
2nd 1936
2005 Stone Brothers Racing Ford BA Falcon ADE
R1

2
ADE
R2

18
PUK
R3

2
PUK
R4

2
PUK
R5

2
BAR
R6

4
BAR
R7

2
BAR
R8

1
EAS
R9

5
EAS
R10

6
SHA
R11

13
SHA
R12

6
SHA
R13

26
HDV
R14

14
HDV
R15

4
HDV
R16

Ret
QLD
R17

4
ORA
R18

2
ORA
R19

1
SAN
R20

7
BAT
R21

5
SUR
R22

4
SUR
R23

10
SUR
R24

24
SYM
R25

8
SYM
R26

9
SYM
R27

10
PHI
R28

5
PHI
R29

5
PHI
R30

5
1st 1922
2006 Stone Brothers Racing Ford BA Falcon ADE
R1

9
ADE
R2

7
PUK
R3

2
PUK
R4

6
PUK
R5

5
BAR
R6

10
BAR
R7

8
BAR
R8

6
WIN
R9

12
WIN
R10

5
WIN
R11

25
HDV
R12

10
HDV
R13

7
HDV
R14

9
QLD
R15

5
QLD
R16

9
QLD
R17

5
ORA
R18

12
ORA
R19

5
ORA
R20

21
SAN
R21

27
BAT
R22

4
SUR
R23

8
SUR
R24

8
SUR
R25

5
SYM
R26

14
SYM
R27

10
SYM
R28

10
BHR
R29

13
BHR
R30

21
BHR
R31

10
PHI
R32

14
PHI
R33

26
PHI
R34

30
8th 2708
2007 Stone Brothers Racing Ford BF Falcon ADE
R1

8
ADE
R2

4
BAR
R3

24
BAR
R4

14
BAR
R5

10
PUK
R6

8
PUK
R7

9
PUK
R8

10
WIN
R9

Ret
WIN
R10

8
WIN
R11

6
EAS
R12

7
EAS
R13

11
EAS
R14

12
HDV
R15

Ret
HDV
R16

Ret
HDV
R17

11
QLD
R18

9
QLD
R19

6
QLD
R20

9
ORA
R21

Ret
ORA
R22

9
ORA
R23

3
SAN
R24

7
BAT
R25

Ret
SUR
R26

4
SUR
R27

3
SUR
R28

3
BHR
R29

5
BHR
R30

8
BHR
R31

7
SYM
R32

16
SYM
R33

30
SYM
R34

13
PHI
R35

8
PHI
R36

19
PHI
R37

26
11th 311
2008 Paul Morris Motorsport Holden VE Commodore ADE
R1

14
ADE
R2

Ret
EAS
R3

11
EAS
R4

4
EAS
R5

7
HAM
R6

Ret
HAM
R7

Ret
HAM
R8

11
BAR
R9

11
BAR
R10

24
BAR
R11

Ret
SAN
R12

4
SAN
R13

7
SAN
R14

6
HDV
R15

7
HDV
R16

6
HDV
R17

4
QLD
R18

3
QLD
R19

2
QLD
R20

3
WIN
R21

7
WIN
R22

Ret
WIN
R23

7
PHI
R24

9
BAT
R25

18
SUR
R26

5
SUR
R27

8
SUR
R28

7
BHR
R29

4
BHR
R30

2
BHR
R31

5
SYM
R32

13
SYM
R33

25
SYM
R34

16
ORA
R35

3
ORA
R36

2
ORA
R37

11
9th 2236
2009 Paul Morris Motorsport Holden VE Commodore ADE
R1

8
ADE
R2

15
HAM
R3

23
HAM
R4

Ret
WIN
R5

9
WIN
R6

11
SYM
R7

2
SYM
R8

6
HDV
R9

13
HDV
R10

8
TOW
R11

6
TOW
R12

Ret
SAN
R13

7
SAN
R14

14
QLD
R15

12
QLD
R16

3
PHI
Q

5
PHI
R17

7
BAT
R18

15
SUR
R19

9
SUR
R20

Ret
SUR
R21

4
SUR
R22

Ret
PHI
R23

13
PHI
R24

27
BAR
R25

9
BAR
R26

5
SYD
R27

16
SYD
R28

4
9th 2048
2010 Paul Morris Motorsport Holden VE Commodore YMC
R1

27
YMC
R2

9
BHR
R3

7
BHR
R4

13
ADE
R5

10
ADE
R6

19
HAM
R7

Ret
HAM
R8

12
QLD
R9

14
QLD
R10

4
WIN
R11

11
WIN
R12

16
HDV
R13

11
HDV
R14

25
TOW
R15

6
TOW
R16

Ret
PHI
R17

8
BAT
R18

8
SUR
R19

12
SUR
R20

8
SYM
R21

7
SYM
R22

4
SAN
R23

5
SAN
R24

13
SYD
R25

12
SYD
R26

20
12th 1967
2011 Paul Morris Motorsport Holden VE Commodore YMC
R1

24
YMC
R2

Ret
ADE
R3

Ret
ADE
R4

16
HAM
R5

14
HAM
R6

8
BAR
R7

14
BAR
R8

12
BAR
R9

19
WIN
R10

17
WIN
R11

Ret
HID
R12

23
HID
R13

5
TOW
R14

10
TOW
R15

9
QLD
R16

16
QLD
R17

12
QLD
R18

11
PHI
R19

20
BAT
R20

8
SUR
R21

22
SUR
R22

8
SYM
R23

Ret
SYM
R24

17
SAN
R25

14
SAN
R26

23
SYD
R27

17
SYD
R28

5
20th 1514
2012 Walkinshaw Racing Holden VE Commodore ADE
R1

13
ADE
R2

13
SYM
R3

24
SYM
R4

25
HAM
R5

10
HAM
R6

14
BAR
R7

11
BAR
R8

17
BAR
R9

13
PHI
R10

11
PHI
R11

15
HID
R12

23
HID
R13

Ret
TOW
R14

11
TOW
R15

Ret
QLD
R16

5
QLD
R17

6
SMP
R18

5
SMP
R19

4
SAN
QR

15
SAN
R20

11
BAT
R21

9
SUR
R22

9
SUR
R23

7
YMC
R24

18
YMC
R25

16
YMC
R26

16
WIN
R27

12
WIN
R28

9
SYD
R29

12
SYD
R30

Ret
13th 1935
2013 Walkinshaw Racing Holden VF Commodore ADE
R1

10
ADE
R2

4
SYM
R3

15
SYM
R4

18
SYM
R5

26
PUK
R6

14
PUK
R7

14
PUK
R8

11
PUK
R9

13
BAR
R10

23
BAR
R11

21
BAR
R12

Ret
COA
R13

24
COA
R14

18
COA
R15

22
COA
R16

22
HID
R17

23
HID
R18

26
HID
R19

16
TOW
R20

Ret
TOW
R21

5
QLD
R22

14
QLD
R23

20
QLD
R24

Ret
WIN
R25

9
WIN
R26

Ret
WIN
R27

DNS
SAN
R28

9
BAT
R29

17
SUR
R30

5
SUR
R31

3
PHI
R32

13
PHI
R33

15
PHI
R34

Ret
SYD
R35

22
SYD
R36

10
15th 1556
2014 Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport Holden VF Commodore ADE
R1
ADE
R2
ADE
R3
SYM
R4
SYM
R5
SYM
R6
WIN
R7
WIN
R8
WIN
R9
PUK
R10
PUK
R11
PUK
R12
PUK
R13
BAR
R14

BAR
R15

BAR
R16

HID
R17
HID
R18
HID
R19
TOW
R20

TOW
R21

TOW
R22

QLD
R23
QLD
R24
QLD
R25
SMP
R26
SMP
R27
SMP
R28
SAN
QR

SAN
R29

BAT
R30

SUR
R31

SUR
R32

PHI
R33
PHI
R34
PHI
R35
SYD
R36
SYD
R37
SYD
R38
2016 Nissan Motorsport Nissan Altima L33 ADE
R1
ADE
R2
ADE
R3
SYM
R4
SYM
R5
PHI
R6
PHI
R7
BAR
R8
BAR
R9
WIN
R10

PO
WIN
R11

PO
HID
R12
HID
R13
TOW
R14
TOW
R15
QLD
R16

PO
QLD
R17

PO
SMP
R18
SMP
R19
SAN
QR

18
SAN
R20

10
BAT
R21

Ret
SUR
R22

21
SUR
R23

17
PUK
R24
PUK
R25
PUK
R26
PUK
R27
SYD
R28
SYD
R29
48th 252
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

Complete Bathurst 1000 results

Year Car# Team Car Co-driver Position Laps
1990 13 Bob Forbes Motorsport Holden Commodore VL SS Group A SV Australia Kevin Bartlett 17th 146
1994 7 Wayne Gardner Racing Holden Commodore VP United Kingdom Win Percy 5th 161
1995 11 Perkins Engineering Holden Commodore VR Australia Larry Perkins 1st 161
1996 11 Perkins Engineering Holden Commodore VP Australia Larry Perkins 6th 160
1997 11 Perkins Engineering Holden Commodore VS Australia Larry Perkins 1st 161
1998* 80 Triple Eight Racing Holden Vectra New Zealand Greg Murphy DNF 83
1998 11 Perkins Engineering Holden Commodore VT Australia Larry Perkins 2nd 161
1999 11 Perkins Engineering Holden Commodore VT Australia Larry Perkins 7th 161
2000 11 Perkins Engineering Holden Commodore VT Australia Larry Perkins 11th 159
2001 11 Perkins Engineering Holden Commodore VX Australia Larry Perkins 8th 161
2002 16 Perkins Engineering Holden Commodore VX New Zealand Steven Richards 2nd 161
2003 4 Stone Brothers Racing Ford Falcon BA Australia Marcos Ambrose 6th 161
2004 9 Stone Brothers Racing Ford Falcon BA Australia Cameron McLean 6th 161
2005 9 Stone Brothers Racing Ford Falcon BA Australia Luke Youlden 5th 161
2006 1 Stone Brothers Racing Ford Falcon BA Australia Luke Youlden 4th 161
2007 9 Stone Brothers Racing Ford Falcon BF Australia Luke Youlden DNF 149
2008 39 Paul Morris Motorsport Holden Commodore VE Australia Paul Morris 18th 156
2009 39 Paul Morris Motorsport Holden Commodore VE Australia Owen Kelly 15th 160
2010 39 Paul Morris Motorsport Holden Commodore VE Australia Paul Morris 8th 161
2011 200 Paul Morris Motorsport Holden Commodore VE Australia Jack Perkins 8th 161
2012 66 Walkinshaw Racing Holden Commodore VE Austria Christian Klien 9th 161
2013 66 Walkinshaw Racing Holden Commodore VF Australia Ryan Briscoe 17th 161
2014 23 Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport Holden Commodore VF Australia Tim Blanchard DNF 137
2015 22 Holden Racing Team Holden Commodore VF Australia Jack Perkins 11th 161
2016 15 Nissan Motorsport Nissan Altima L33 Australia Rick Kelly DNF 156
2021 39 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden Commodore ZB Australia Broc Feeney DNF 142

* Super Touring race

Stadium Super Trucks

(key) (Bold – Pole position. Italics – Fastest qualifier. * – Most laps led.)

Stadium Super Trucks results
Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 SSTC Pts Ref
2018 ELS ADE ADE ADE LBH LBH PER PER DET DET TEX TEX ROA ROA SMP
7
SMP
5
HLN HLN MXC MXC 21st 30 [11]
2019 COA COA TEX TEX LBH LBH TOR TOR MOH MOH MOH MOH ROA ROA ROA POR POR SRF
5
SRF
6
17th 31 [12]

Boost Mobile Super Trucks

(key) (Bold – Pole position. Italics – Fastest qualifier. * – Most laps led.)

Boost Mobile Super Trucks results
Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 BMSTC Pts Ref
2021 SYM SYM
5
SYM
6
HID
10
HID
9
HID
5
TOW TOW TOW 11th 15 [13][14]
† – Replaced Nash Morris, points went to Morris

* Season in progress.

TCR Australia results

TCR Australia 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 Position Points
2019 Melbourne Performance Centre Audi RS 3 LMS TCR SMP
R1
SMP
R2
SMP
R3
PHI
R4
PHI
R5
PHI
R6
BEN
R7

9
BEN
R8

6
BEN
R9

6
QLD
R10

3
QLD
R11

2
QLD
R12

2
WIN
R13

8
WIN
R14

5
WIN
R15

3
SAN
R16

12
SAN
R17

Ret
SAN
R18

DNS
BEN
R19

8
BEN
R20

9
BEN
R21

Ret
9th 326

References

  1. ^ "Russell Ingall | Racing career profile | Driver Database". www.driverdb.com. Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  2. ^ V8 Supercars official website–Russell Ingall bio. Archived 3 March 2013 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ Russell Ingall announces 2014 drive with Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport.
  4. ^ Ingall confirms retirement from full-time racing V8 Supercars 8 December 2014
  5. ^ Howard, Tom; Herrero, Dan (25 October 2018). "Ingall joins Sydney Stadium Trucks field". Speedcafe. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  6. ^ "Round 15 – Sydney, Australia – 10/27/18". Stadium Super Trucks. Retrieved 9 November 2018.
  7. ^ "Round 16 – Sydney, Australia – 10/28/18". Stadium Super Trucks. Retrieved 9 November 2018.
  8. ^ Herrero, Daniel (19 October 2019). "Ingall announces Gold Coast SST start". Speedcafe. Retrieved 20 October 2019.
  9. ^ Perrins, Slade (17 April 2021). "Ingall answers SOS to make SST cameo". Speedcafe. Retrieved 18 April 2021.
  10. ^ "VIDEO: Enforcer & The Dude – Bench Racing: Episode 1". Speedcafe. 19 April 2019. Retrieved 20 October 2019.
  11. ^ "2018 Overall Point Standings". Stadium Super Trucks. Retrieved 16 July 2019.
  12. ^ "2019 Overall Point Standings". Stadium Super Trucks. Retrieved 22 January 2020.
  13. ^ "2021 Beaurepaires Tasmania SuperSprint – Symmons Plains International Raceway | 2021 Australian Stadium Super Trucks Series - Race 3 | Meeting Points Report". Natsoft Race Results. Archived from the original on 20 June 2021. Retrieved 10 May 2021.
  14. ^ "2021 Merlin Darwin Triple Crown – HiddenValley Raceway | 2021 Australian Stadium Super Trucks Series - Race 3 | Meeting Points Report". Natsoft Race Results. Archived from the original on 22 June 2021. Retrieved 21 June 2021.

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Sporting positions
Preceded by British Formula Ford Champion
1993
Succeeded by
Preceded by Formula Ford Festival Winner
1993
Succeeded by
Preceded by Winner of the Bathurst 1000
1995
(with Larry Perkins)
Succeeded by
Preceded by Winner of the Bathurst Classic
1997
(with Larry Perkins)
Succeeded by
Preceded by Winner of the V8Supercar Championship Series
2005
Succeeded by