Walkinshaw Andretti United is an Australian motor racing team based in the Melbourne suburb of Clayton. The team currently fields two Holden ZB Commodores in the Supercars Championship for Nick Percat and Chaz Mostert, along with a Porsche 911 GT3-R in the Australian GT Championship.

Formed in 1990 as the Holden Racing Team, it is one of the most successful Supercars Championship teams in the history of the category, having won the drivers' championship six times, the teams' championship five times and the series' signature race, the Bathurst 1000, eight times. In 2017, the Holden Racing Team name was transferred by Holden to Triple Eight Race Engineering and the team was renamed Mobil 1 HSV Racing. For the 2018 season, the team was rebranded Walkinshaw Andretti United, as Andretti Autosport and United Autosports become shareholders.

1980s

Holden Racing Team logo

As part of the joint venture established in 1987 between Tom Walkinshaw and Holden to form Holden Special Vehicles, Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR) was to run Holden's motor sport programme. TWR were responsible for designing the Holden VL Commodore SS Group A SV, which was homologated for racing in August 1988 after Holden Special Vehicles completed the required 500.

For 1988 it was decided to contract out the racing programme to Perkins Engineering although a car built by TWR in England was raced by Tom Walkinshaw at the RAC Tourist Trophy and Bathurst 1000.

For 1989 it was planned for TWR to run the full season with two cars. Win Percy and Neil Crompton were announced as the team's drivers and a second VL Commodore built in England was tested in Holden Racing Team livery at Calder but with the likelihood of being mauled by the Ford Sierra RS500s, the Australian Touring Car Championship programme was cancelled. For the Sandown 500, Bathurst 1000 and Grand Prix support races, the programme was once again contracted to Perkins Engineering.

1990s

1990

In 1990 the operation was brought in house with longtime TWR driver Win Percy moving to Melbourne to fill the role of both driver and team manager. Percy drove at all Australian Touring Car Championship rounds except for Mallala where Neil Crompton drove after Percy returned to England for a family bereavement.[1] Percy's highest qualifying position was sixth at Winton and highest race result a third place at Lakeside, and he finished eighth overall in the championship.

At the Sandown 500, Percy and Crompton qualified the car fourth, however did not finish the race. For the Bathurst 1000 the team entered two cars with Percy, against the wishes of Holden and Tom Walkinshaw, recruiting Allan Grice to co-drive the lead car. Crompton was joined by Brad Jones. With Percy suffering a shoulder injury, his decision to hire Grice was vindicated with the latter handling the bulk of the driving on the way to an unexpected victory, the second car finished fifth.

1991

Holden Commodore VN of the Holden Racing Team at the 1991 Tooheys 1000

For 1991 the VN Commodore was homologated with Win Percy driving in all ATCC rounds except Lakeside where Allan Grice substituted while Percy competed in an event in Europe. Percy again finished eighth in the championship. At the Bathurst 1000, Percy and Grice teamed together to finish second, with the second car of Neil Crompton and Brad Jones not finishing after running out of fuel.

1992

With Win Percy having decided to return to England, Tomas Mezera was hired. Due to a budget shortfall and the need to develop the VP Commodore for the new V8 formula, HRT only competed at the Sandown, Lakeside and Eastern Creek rounds. Two 1993 spec VP Commodores were raced at the Sandown 500 with Mezera and Brad Jones finishing third while Percy and Grice finished fifth at the Bathurst 1000. Mezera and Jones drove two cars at the Grand Prix support races.

1993

With budget problems compounded by Castrol deciding to transfer its funding to Perkins Engineering, at the beginning of 1993 there was some doubt as to whether the team would compete in the 1993 Australian Touring Car Championship. Former 1987 World 500cc champion Wayne Gardner with only one touring car start was signed as the team's driver with Tomas Mezera's participation being dependent on additional sponsorship being secured, however he would ultimately compete in all nine rounds.

At the Sandown 500 Mezera was joined by Michael Preston, with Brad Jones and Allan Grice in the second car. For the Bathurst 1000 Mezera was joined by Win Percy with Gardner and Jones driving the second car to a third-place finish. Gardner won a race at the Australian Grand Prix.

The team's season was dominated by off-track politics. Before the end of the championship chief engineer Wally Storey and team manager Neal Lowe had left the team with Mezera appointed as acting team manager. Before the Sandown 500, Gardner was suspended for two weeks from the team. HRT alleged Gardner was trying to poach the team's sponsors for his own operation, Gardner claimed that he was acting on a request by the team to help secure extra funding. Gardner secured funding from Coca-Cola for 1994, but his proposal for taking part ownership was rejected by Tom Walkinshaw and he elected to form Wayne Gardner Racing. At Bathurst, Jeff Grech commenced what would ultimately be a very successful stint as team manager.

1994

In 1994 Peter Brock was signed to drive for the team. In spite of some resistance by some within Holden after the manufacturer's split with Brock's Holden Dealer Team in 1987, the substantial Mobil and NGK sponsorship he brought to the team made the deal irresistible. Both of these sponsors remain with the team as of 2020. The team was competitive throughout the ATCC, with Brock taking the round win at Eastern Creek and second places at Sandown, Symmons Plains, Philip Island and Oran Park on the way to a third-place finish, Mezera finished ninth.

Brock's win at Eastern Creek was the HRT's first ever ATCC round win.

For the endurance events, Brad Jones and Rickard Rydell (who was driving a Volvo 850 for TWR in the British Touring Car Championship) were earmarked to drive the second car. However, with Rydell's wife due to give birth, he was replaced by Craig Lowndes for the Sandown 500. After finishing fifth and setting the fastest lap of the four drivers, HRT elected to retain Lowndes for the Bathurst 1000. Despite Lowndes crashing in the warm up and spinning mid race, a stellar double stint from Jones saw the car finish second. The lead car crashed late in the race.

1995

For 1995 the VR Commodore was introduced. Brock remained a championship contender at the final round at Oran Park, finishing third with Mezera fifth. Lowndes and Greg Murphy ran the second car at the Sandown 500 and Bathurst 1000 however neither finished either race. After the Grand Prix support race it was announced that Lowndes would drive for the team full-time in 1996, he would take Mezera's seat for the season ending Brock Challenge at Calder.

1996

With the demise of tobacco sponsorship, HRT had been able to lure many key personnel from Gibson Motorsport. This helped the team dominate the 1996 season with Craig Lowndes winning the ATCC, Sandown 500 and Bathurst 1000, the latter two in partnership with Greg Murphy. Brock finished the series in fourth being joined again by Tomas Mezera for the endurance races. With Lowndes headed to Europe in 1997 to compete in F3000, Murphy was hired as his replacement and debuted at two races in New Zealand at the end of the year.

1997

The year saw a number of mechanical failures with the VS Commodores that prevented HRT from following on from the success of 1996. One highlight of the year were one-two finishes at both Symmons Plains and Wanneroo. Just before the Eastern Creek round of the series, Brock announced his retirement from full-time racing. Overall, Murphy and Brock finished the year fourth and sixth respectively. Lowndes returned to drive in the endurance events with Murphy, while Mark Skaife co-drove with Brock. Lowndes and Murphy won the Sandown 500 while despite Skaife winning pole at both events, he and Brock failed to finish.

At selected events a third car was entered under the Holden Young Lions banner with Jason Bargwanna, Todd Kelly, Mark Noske and Stephen White driving. Bargwanna and Noske drove a car in the endurance races.

1998

For 1998 Lowndes returned to HRT and Skaife succeeded Brock. With the Holden Young Lions program sub-contracted to Gibson Motorsport, HRT returned to a two-car team except for the Calder round where Greg Murphy debuted the VT Commodore. Lowndes won the ATCC with Skaife finishing third. Lowndes and Skaife finished second at the Sandown 500. At the Bathurst 1000 despite winning pole position and leading much of the race, Lowndes and Skaife suffered a number of tyre failures finishing sixth. The second car of Greg Murphy and Mark Noske suffered a crash in late qualifying causing them to miss the shootout and cause endless problems throughout the race including the same tyre woes that Lowndes and Skaife suffered and retired on lap 86.

1999

Lowndes again won the ATCC with Skaife third despite Lowndes having to miss the Symmons Plains round after a car destroying rollover at Calder. Endurance driver Cameron McConville deputised in Lowndes's 1996 winning VS Commodore. For the Queensland 500 and Bathurst 1000, Lowndes was joined by McConville finishing third and second respectively. Skaife was joined by Paul Morris finishing third at Bathurst.

A third car was entered in the endurance races under the Holden Young Lions with Todd Kelly and Mark Noske driving.

2000s

2000

In 2000 Skaife won the championship with Lowndes finishing in third. At the Queensland 500 Lowndes and Skaife teamed together to win. The second car was driven by Todd Kelly and Nathan Pretty, however failed to finish. At the Bathurst 1000, Lowndes and Skaife finished in sixth position with Jason Plato and Yvan Muller. Kelly raced the Holden Young Lions entry at some rounds being joined by Pretty at Bathurst.

Off-track Craig Lowndes wanted out of his ten-year management contract with Tom Walkinshaw and left the team at season's end for Gibson Motorsport.

2001

In 2001, TWR Australia expanded to become a four-car operation with the formation of the two-car K-Mart Racing Team. Because a team could only race three cars under a Racing Entitlement Contract (REC), Romano Racing's REC was leased for the two K-Mart cars with the Romano car entered as a third Holden Racing Team car under the Holden Young Lions banner. Jason Bright joined the team. At the Queensland 500 Skaife and Bright shared a car with Tony Longhurst and Tomas Mezera driving the second. For the Bathurst 1000 the lead drivers were split, Skaife and Longhurst winning. Skaife won the series, Bright finished third.

2002

In 2002 Skaife again won the championship with Bright finishing fourth. HRT won the first eight rounds of the season. Jim Richards and Mezera drove the second car at the Queensland 500. At the Bathurst 1000 Skaife and Richards won with Bright and Mezera third. A third car was raced throughout the season under the Holden Young Lions banner by Rick Kelly, finishing fourth at Bathurst with Nathan Pretty.

2003

In early 2003 Tom Walkinshaw Racing collapsed and the team was put up for sale by the administrator. Holden purchased the team, but because manufacturers were prohibited from owning teams, it was quickly sold to Mark Skaife. The K-Mart team was purchased by John and Margaret Kelly, continuing to be a customer of HRT until the end of 2008. Paul Weel Racing also became a HRT customer with Jason Bright moving to the team with Todd Kelly commencing a five-year stint as the driver of the second car. For the endurance races Jim Richards and Tony Longhurst rejoined the team. Skaife and Kelly won the Sandown 500 with Longhurst and Richards finishing in tenth. At the Bathurst 1000 Skaife and Kelly finished the race in eighth after being black flagged late in the race to repair accident damage with Richards and Longhurst fifth.

2004

In 2004 Kelly finished the championship in seventh place and Skaife in twelfth after one of his worst seasons on record where it included a number of driver errors and reliability issues. For the endurance events Jason Plato joined Peter Brock in the second car. Skaife and Kelly finished the Bathurst 1000 in fourteenth position, two laps down after a belt from the engine broke early in the race.

2005

In 2005 both Skaife and Kelly won rounds of the championship with Kelly winning the historic V8 Supercars China Round at Shanghai International Circuit. This victory gave HRT its 50th round win, the first team to do so. Skaife and Kelly won the Bathurst 1000. Jim Richards and James Courtney drove the second car, however failed to finish.

2006

In 2006 Kelly finished the season in sixth place and Skaife finished in a miserable sixteenth. Both drivers did have success during with Skaife winning at Pukekohe and Wanneroo and Kelly winning at Surfers Paradise and Phillip Island. With HRT out of the title race by the time of the endurance races and the sister HSV Dealer Team having both its drivers in contention, it was controversially decided to split its drivers with Garth Tander driving with Skaife and Kelly with his brother Rick at the HSV Dealer Team. However the plan was not successful with the Skaife/Tander car finishing 26th at the Sandown 500 and crashing on lap 1 at Bathurst after a driveline failure. The second HRT car was driven by Jim Richards and Ryan Briscoe and finished in 21st at Sandown and did not finish at Bathurst.

2007

The Holden Commodore VE which was driven by Todd Kelly for the Holden Racing Team in the 2007 V8 Supercar Championship Series. The car is pictured in 2018.

The 2007 V8 Supercar season saw the debut of the new VE Commodore. Skaife finished sixth and Kelly seventh with post scoring race wins. Glenn Seton and Nathan Pretty were signed to drive the second car.[2] However, with Skaife requiring appendix surgery the week before the Sandown 500, a reshuffle saw Kelly and Pretty paired in one car and Seton and Tony Longhurst in the second.

2008

In 2008 defending champion Garth Tander engineer Matthew Nielson and sponsor Toll transferred from sister team HSV Dealer Team.[3] For the endurance races Glenn Seton was joined by Craig Baird. On 29 October Skaife also announced that 2008 would be his last season in a full-time drive in V8 Supercars. At the end of the year, Skaife sold his 50% share in the team to Tom Walkinshaw.

2009

With John and Margaret Kelly having elected to form their own team and use Perkins Engineering hardware, the team expanded to four cars in 2009, two entered under the HRT banner and two under the Walkinshaw Racing banner. One REC was purchased from WPS Racing and another was acquired from V8 Supercars Australia that had last been used by Romano Racing with Paul Dumbrell moving across with financial support from his family's Autobarn business[4] while David Reynolds joined as the second driver with sponsorship from Bundaberg Red Rum.[5][6] Dumbrell finished 15th in the championship at seasons end with several top-six finishes while Reynolds finished 22nd, showing pace and promise but no real results.

At HRT, Will Davison took Skaife's seat.[7] Tander and Davison won the Bathurst 1000 with Davison finishing second in the series. HRT did win the team's championship.

2010s

2010

In 2010, Fabian Coulthard and Andrew Thompson were signed to replace Dumbrell and Reynolds with Bundaberg Red sponsoring both cars.[8][9]

In 2010 Tander finished fifth and Davison 22nd. As a whole, the team struggled to string together a series and ended a disappointing seventh in the team's championship. For the endurance races Tander was paired with Cameron McConville and Davison with David Reynolds. For the Bathurst 1000 the team ran a retro livery in recognition of the team's 1990 Bathurst victory.[10]

2011

With Will Davison departing for Ford Performance Racing, defending champion James Courtney joined the team. The season started with Courtney winning in Abu Dhabi. For the endurance races, Tander was joined by Nick Percat and Courtney by McConville. Tander and Percat won the Bathurst 1000. Tander finished the season fifth, Courtney tenth.

On the Walkinshaw Racing side, the team downsized to a single car for Coulthard with continued support from Bundaberg Rum, the race number was changed to No. 61.

2012

In 2012 the team scored no wins with Tander finishing the season in seventh, Courtney tenth. Coulthard was replaced by Russell Ingall who brought Supercheap Auto sponsorship, the race number was also changed once again No. 66.[11]

2013

The VF Commodore made its debut in 2013. At the Townsville 400 Tander led a team one-two, breaking a 20-month drought for the team. Tander was again joined by Nick Percat for the endurance events, with Courtney joined by Greg Murphy. Tander also won a race at Phillip Island, James Courtney also won a race at Winton.[12] Ingall and Supercheap Auto remained with the team in 2013.

2014

Tander and Courtney again drove VF Commodores in 2014 with Warren Luff and Greg Murphy driving in the endurance races.[13] Ingall was replaced by Tim Slade and the car entered as No. 47.[14] The team expanded to a four car operation with a customer car fielded for James Rosenberg Racing with Nick Percat driving.[15] Adrian Burgess joined as team manager.

2015

The full-time driver lineup was maintained for 2015. Jack Perkins replaced the retiring Greg Murphy for the endurance races and also substituted for Courtney at a few rounds after the latter was injured. Russell Ingall joined Perkins at the Sandown 500 and Bathurst 1000. With James Rosenberg Racing returning its REC to V8 Supercars at the end of 2014, a customer car was fielded for Team 18 with Lee Holdsworth driving.[16]

2016

With Supercheap Auto taking its sponsorship to Prodrive Racing Australia, the team downsized to two cars, the two Holden Racing Team entries. The third REC was sold to Super Black Racing while Team 18 became a stand-alone team.[17] Tander and Luff won the Sandown 500.

2017

In 2017 the team lost its Holden factory backing to Triple Eight Race Engineering, but continued to field two VF Commodores under the Mobil 1 HSV Racing banner.[18] Scott Pye replaced Tander.[19]

2018

The team was rebranded as Walkinshaw Andretti United in January 2018, with Andretti Autosport and United Autosports becoming 37.5% and 25% shareholders respectively in the team. Walkinshaw and Andretti now hold equal ownership with United Autosports as minority partner.[20][21] All Holden teams, including Walkinshaw Andretti United, upgraded their entries to the new Holden ZB Commodore for the 2018 season. The team raced under the Mobil 1 Boost Mobile Racing banner, with Courtney's number changed to No. 25, in recognition of the 25th anniversary of the team and Mobil 1's partnership.[22]

Highlights for the team during 2018 were the team scoring one win, courtesy of Scott Pye in challenging conditions at the Melbourne 400. The win was also Pye's first in the category. A second placing at Bathurst for the second year in a row and moving up to 5th in the teams championship.

2019

WAU continued to field two ZB Commodores for Scott Pye and James Courtney, with Courtney reverting to running the teams traditional racing number of 22. Mega Fuels came in as the new main sponsor to the team, replacing Boost Mobile, which went to Garry Rogers Motorsport.[23] They endured a difficult season, with the team only having a single Top 5 result, coming from James Courtney at the first race at Winton Motor Raceway, and finished 6th in the Teams Championship. On 27 August, James Courtney announced that he would leave the team, after nine years with the team.[24] On 3 September, their main sponsor, Mega Fuels, went into receivership, making Mobil 1 their primary sponsor at Pukekohe and Winning Appliances and Appliances Online for #2 and #22 respectively from Bathurst onwards.[25][26]

2020s

2020

2019 Super2 Series champion Bryce Fullwood and 2014 Bathurst 1000 winner Chaz Mostert signed with the team for the 2020 season. Mostert started the year well with a podium in his second race at the Adelaide 500.

2020 was a challenging year for the team as they, along with the other teams battled the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. Many team members had to leave their families in Melbourne to help keep the Supercars season going.

Fullwood claimed his first podium at The Bend Motorsport Park in September. Mostert finished the year strong, combining with the experienced Warren Luff to claim a fine 3rd place at the season ending Bathurst 1000.

2021

Fullwood and Mostert both continued on with the team for 2021. Mostert achieved his first pole position for the team at Sandown and followed it up with a win at the next event at Symmons Plains. Mostert was able to claim another win at Hidden Valley before the series took an extended break due to the various lockdowns caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

On 26 October, it was announce that Nick Percat would be re-joining the team he made his debut with, replacing Bryce Fullwood who had signed with Brad Jones Racing.[27]

Ownership battle

At the start of the 2007 season, a battle erupted over the ownership of HRT. Skaife had been hounded by governing body, the Touring Car Entrants Group of Australia (TEGA), for more than four months for paperwork proving compliance with the Teams' Licence Agreement, but had failed to show the required information. He was given until 12 March to provide the evidence, or the team could be removed from the V8 Touring Car Competition.[28]

Skaife managed to produce sufficient evidence and TEGA allowed HRT to continue racing. A commercial settlement was struck between Skaife and TEGA that ensured that Skaife, and not Holden Motor Sport owner Tom Walkinshaw, had ownership and control over the team.[29] It has been revealed that Tom Walkinshaw owned a 50% stake in Skaife Sports.[30] Subsequently, in December 2008 Skaife sold his remaining interest in HRT to Walkinshaw.[31]

GT racing

Since 2016, Walkinshaw Andretti United has entered the Australian GT Championship with a factory backed Porsche 911 GT3 R driven by John Martin[32][33] and later Liam Talbot. Talbot moved to Porsche Carrera Cup Australia in 2019 and the GT team was shut down.

Results

Bathurst 1000 results

Year No. Car Drivers Pos. Laps
1999 1 Holden Commodore VT Australia Craig Lowndes
Australia Cameron McConville
2nd 161
2 Australia Mark Skaife
Australia Paul Morris
3rd 161
2000 1 Holden Commodore VT Australia Craig Lowndes
Australia Mark Skaife
6th 161
2 United Kingdom Jason Plato
France Yvan Muller
10th 159
2001 1 Holden Commodore VX Australia Mark Skaife
Australia Tony Longhurst
1st 161
2 Australia Jason Bright
Australia Tomas Mezera
Ret 129
2002 1 Holden Commodore VX Australia Mark Skaife
New Zealand Jim Richards
1st 161
2 Australia Jason Bright
Australia Tomas Mezera
3rd 161
2003 1 Holden Commodore VY Australia Mark Skaife
Australia Todd Kelly
8th 161
2 New Zealand Jim Richards
Australia Tony Longhurst
5th 161
2004 2 Holden Commodore VY Australia Mark Skaife
Australia Todd Kelly
14th 159
05 Australia Peter Brock
United Kingdom Jason Plato
Ret 29
2005 2 Holden Commodore VZ Australia Mark Skaife
Australia Todd Kelly
1st 161
22 New Zealand Jim Richards
Australia James Courtney
Ret 7
2006 2 Holden Commodore VZ Australia Mark Skaife
Australia Garth Tander
Ret 0
22 New Zealand Jim Richards
Australia Ryan Briscoe
Ret 24
2007 2 Holden Commodore VE Australia Mark Skaife
Australia Todd Kelly
Ret 149
22 Australia Glenn Seton
Australia Nathan Pretty
11th 161
2008 1 Holden Commodore VE Australia Garth Tander
Australia Mark Skaife
12th 160
2 New Zealand Craig Baird
Australia Glenn Seton
Ret 146
2009 2 Holden Commodore VE Australia Garth Tander
Australia Will Davison
1st 161
22 Australia Paul Dumbrell
New Zealand Craig Baird
21st 153
2010 2 Holden Commodore VE Australia Garth Tander
Australia Cameron McConville
3rd 161
10 Australia Andrew Thompson
Australia Ryan Briscoe
25th 154
22 Australia Will Davison
Australia David Reynolds
Ret 152
24 New Zealand Fabian Coulthard
New Zealand Craig Baird
Ret 0
2011 1 Holden Commodore VE Australia James Courtney
Australia Cameron McConville
7th 161
2 Australia Garth Tander
Australia Nick Percat
1st 161
61 New Zealand Fabian Coulthard
New Zealand Craig Baird
Ret 13
2012 2 Holden Commodore VE Australia Garth Tander
Australia Nick Percat
25th 139
22 Australia James Courtney
Australia Cameron McConville
4th 161
66 Australia Russell Ingall
Austria Christian Klien
9th 161
2013 2 Holden Commodore VF Australia Garth Tander
Australia Nick Percat
4th 161
22 Australia James Courtney
New Zealand Greg Murphy
Ret 85
66 Australia Russell Ingall
Australia Ryan Briscoe
17th 161
2014 2 Holden Commodore VF Australia Garth Tander
Australia Warren Luff
DNS 0
10 Australia Tim Slade
Australia Tony D'Alberto
Ret 102
22 Australia James Courtney
New Zealand Greg Murphy
13th 160
2015 2 Holden Commodore VF Australia Garth Tander
Australia Warren Luff
3rd 161
22 Australia Jack Perkins
Australia Russell Ingall
11th 161
47 Australia Tim Slade
Australia Tony D'Alberto
14th 161
2016 2 Holden Commodore VF Australia Garth Tander
Australia Warren Luff
Ret 150
22 Australia James Courtney
Australia Jack Perkins
13th 161
2017 02 Holden Commodore VF Australia Scott Pye
Australia Warren Luff
2nd 161
22 Australia James Courtney
Australia Jack Perkins
19th 147
2018 2 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Scott Pye
Australia Warren Luff
2nd 161
25 Australia James Courtney
Australia Jack Perkins
Ret 33
2019 2 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Scott Pye
Australia Warren Luff
7th 161
22 Australia James Courtney
Australia Jack Perkins
3rd 161
27 United States Alexander Rossi
Canada James Hinchcliffe
18th 159
2020 2 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Bryce Fullwood
Australia Kurt Kostecki
Ret 147
25 Australia Chaz Mostert
Australia Warren Luff
3rd 161
2021 2 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Bryce Fullwood
Australia Warren Luff
5th 161
25 Australia Chaz Mostert
Australia Lee Holdsworth
1st 161
2022 2 Holden Commodore ZB Australia Nick Percat
Australia Warren Luff
25 Australia Chaz Mostert
New Zealand Fabian Coulthard
  • Wildcard Entries are listed in italics.

Supercars results

Car No. 2 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
1990 Win Percy 16 Holden AMA
R1

14
SYM
R2

9
PHI
R3

7
WIN
R4

Ret
LAK
R5

3
MAL
R6

BAR
R7

5
ORA
R8

6
8th 32
Neil Crompton AMA
R1

SYM
R2

PHI
R3

WIN
R4

LAK
R5

MAL
R6

6
BAR
R7

ORA
R8

15th 6
1991 Win Percy SAN
R1

5
SYM
R2

Ret
WAN
R3

Ret
LAK
R4

11
WIN
R5

6
AMA
R6

8
MAL
R7

4
LAK
R8
ORA
R8

8
8th 30
Allan Grice SAN
R1
SYM
R2
WAN
R3
LAK
R4
WIN
R5
AMA
R6
MAL
R7
LAK
R8

8
ORA
R9
15th 3
1992 Tomas Mezera 61 AMA
R1

AMA
R2

SAN
R3

6
SAN
R4

Ret
SYM
R5

SYM
R6

WIN
R7

WIN
R8

LAK
R9

12
LAK
R10

10
EAS
R11

14
EAS
R12

13
MAL
R13

MAL
R14

BAR
R15

BAR
R16

ORA
R17

ORA
R18

16th 29
2003 Todd Kelly 2 ADE
R1

5
ADE
R1

5
PHI
R3

5
EAS
R4

Ret
WIN
R5

DSQ
BAR
R6

7
BAR
R7

7
BAR
R8

2
HDV
R9

7
HDV
R10

24
HDV
R11

Ret
QLD
R12

3
ORA
R13

6
SAN
R14

1
BAT
R15

8
SUR
R16

10
SUR
R17

Ret
PUK
R18

2
PUK
R19

4
PUK
R20

4
EAS
R21

3
EAS
R22

Ret
9th 1628
2004 Mark Skaife ADE
R1

7
ADE
R2

17
EAS
R3

22
PUK
R4

16
PUK
R5

Ret
PUK
R6

19
HDV
R7

14
HDV
R8

9
HDV
R9

7
BAR
R10

1
BAR
R11

15
BAR
R12

9
QLD
R13

Ret
WIN
R14

28
ORA
R15

1
ORA
R16

2
SAN
R17

23
BAT
R18

14
SUR
R19

24
SUR
R20

13
SYM
R21

Ret
SYM
R22

Ret
SYM
R23

3
EAS
R24

18
EAS
R25

7
EAS
R26

2
12th 1294
2005 ADE
R1

Ret
ADE
R2

3
PUK
R3

3
PUK
R4

4
PUK
R5

5
BAR
R6

1
BAR
R7

29
BAR
R8

6
EAS
R9

7
EAS
R10

7
SHA
R11

3
SHA
R12

1
SHA
R13

23
HDV
R14

2
HDV
R15

2
HDV
R16

26
QLD
R17

12
ORA
R18

16
ORA
R19

30
SAN
R20

2
BAT
R21

1
SUR
R22

3
SUR
R23

3
SUR
R24

2
SYM
R25

25
SYM
R26

12
SYM
R27

9
PHI
R28

15
PHI
R29

10
PHI
R30

8
5th 1754
2006 ADE
R1

Ret
ADE
R2

Ret
PUK
R3

1
PUK
R4

5
PUK
R5

1
BAR
R6

1
BAR
R7

18
BAR
R8

1
WIN
R9

5
WIN
R10

17
WIN
R11

3
HDV
R12

1
HDV
R13

28
HDV
R14

6
QLD
R15

21
QLD
R16

1
QLD
R17

27
ORA
R18

Ret
ORA
R19

1
ORA
R20

23
SAN
R21

26
BAT
R22

Ret
SUR
R23

25
SUR
R24

21
SUR
R25

Ret
SYM
R26

16
SYM
R27

Ret
SYM
R28

Ret
BHR
R29

7
BHR
R30

19
BHR
R31

4
PHI
R32

3
PHI
R33

6
PHI
R34

11
16th 2036
2007 ADE
R1

14
ADE
R2

7
BAR
R3

3
BAR
R4

3
BAR
R5

2
PUK
R6

10
PUK
R7

6
PUK
R8

9
WIN
R9

21
WIN
R10

17
WIN
R11

26
EAS
R12

1
EAS
R13

1
EAS
R14

3
HDV
R15

1
HDV
R16

5
HDV
R17

5
QLD
R18

2
QLD
R19

8
QLD
R20

17
ORA
R21

1
ORA
R22

20
'ORA
R23

Ret
SAN
R24

BAT
R25

Ret
SUR
R26

17
SUR
R27

8
SUR
R28

Ret
BHR
R29

7
BHR
R30

18
BHR
R31

21
SYM
R32

7
SYM
R33

4
SYM
R34

4
PHI
R35

2
PHI
R36

5
PHI
R37

7
8th 379
2008 ADE
R1

9
ADE
R2

17
EAS
R3

6
EAS
R4

14
EAS
R5

5
HAM
R6

18
HAM
R7

23
HAM
R8

12
BAR
R9

2
BAR
R10

Ret
BAR
R11

DNS
SAN
R12

10
SAN
R13

18
SAN
R14

22
HDV
R15

25
HDV
R16

8
HDV
R17

18
QLD
R18

5
QLD
R19

10
QLD
R20

9
WIN
R21

12
WIN
R22

Ret
WIN
R23

DNS
PHI
Q

15
PHI
R24

1
BAT
R25

12
SUR
R26

16
SUR
R27

16
SUR
R28

14
BHR
R29

Ret
BHR
R30

17
BHR
R31

Ret
SYM
R32

25
SYM
R33

24
SYM
R34

15
ORA
R35

Ret
ORA
R36

Ret
ORA
R37

12
14th 1644
2009 Garth Tander ADE
R1

Ret
ADE
R2

3
HAM
R3

11
HAM
R4

9
WIN
R5

8
WIN
R6

3
SYM
R7

1
SYM
R8

12
HDV
R9

4
HDV
R10

5
TOW
R11

3
TOW
R12

3
SAN
R13

17
SAN
R14

1
QLD
R15

Ret
QLD
R16

14
PHI
QR

19
PHI
R17

1
BAT
R18

1
SUR
R19

2
SUR
R20

1
SUR
R21

3
SUR
R22

2
PHI
R23

4
PHI
R24

3
BAR
R25

11
BAR
R26

3
SYD
R27

1
SYD
R28

Ret
3rd 2916
2010 YMC
R1

26
YMC
R2

Ret
BHR
R3

4
BHR
R4

Ret
ADE
R5

1
ADE
R6

1
HAM
R7

2
HAM
R8

2
QLD
R9

5
QLD
R10

2
WIN
R11

17
WIN
R12

8
HDV
R13

10
HDV
R14

19
TOW
R15

2
TOW
R16

3
PHI
QR

4
PHI
R17

9
BAT
R18

3
SUR
R19

1
SUR
R20

Ret
SYM
R21

2
SYM
R22

6
SAN
R23

Ret
SAN
R24

17
SYD
R25

Ret
SYD
R26

9
5th 2466
2011 YMC
R1

6
YMC
R2

Ret
ADE
R3

1
ADE
R4

5
HAM
R5

18
HAM
R6

3
BAR
R7

13
BAR
R8

7
BAR
R9

3
WIN
R10

12
WIN
R11

3
HID
R12

18
HID
R13

26
TOW
R14

1
TOW
R15

26
QLD
R16

28
QLD
R17

23
QLD
R18

6
PHI
QR

2
PHI
R19

4
BAT
R20

1
SUR
R21

11
SUR
R22

23
SYM
R23

3
SYM
R24

6
SAN
R25

8
SAN
R26

5
SYD
R27

2
SYD
R28

19
5th 2574
2012 ADE
R1

3
ADE
R2

3
SYM
R3

7
SYM
R4

22
HAM
R5

3
HAM
R6

26
BAR
R7

Ret
BAR
R8

10
BAR
R9

14
PHI
R10

4
PHI
R11

10
HID
R12

8
HID
R13

9
TOW
R14

3
TOW
R15

4
QLD
R16

27
QLD
R17

15
SMP
R18

4
SMP
R19

9
SAN
QR

3
SAN
R20

4
BAT
R21

25
SUR
R22

4
SUR
R23

5
YMC
R24

7
YMC
R25

5
YMC
R26

7
WIN
R27

8
WIN
R28

13
SYD
R29

21
SYD
R30

16
7th 2462
2013 ADE
R1

7
ADE
R2

Ret
SYM
R3

5
SYM
R4

2
SYM
R5

10
PUK
R6

6
PUK
R7

3
PUK
R8

5
PUK
R9

2
BAR
R10

19
BAR
R11

11
BAR
R12

9
COA
R13

5
COA
R14

13
COA
R15

6
COA
R16

4
HID
R17

13
HID
R18

9
HID
R19

5
TOW
R20

8
TOW
R21

1
QLD
R22

8
QLD
R23

11
QLD
R24

21
WIN
R25

8
WIN
R26

23
WIN
R27

4
SAN
QR

13
SAN
R28

22
BAT
R29

4
SUR
R30

18
SUR
R31

7
PHI
R32

1
PHI
R33

10
PHI
R34

15
SYD
R35

14
SYD
R36

Ret
8th 2322
2014 ADE
R1

11
ADE
R2

7
ADE
R3

13
SYM
R4

6
SYM
R5

6
SYM
R6

25
WIN
R7

15
WIN
R8

21
WIN
R9

23
PUK
R10

9
PUK
R11

9
PUK
R12

5
PUK
R13

12
BAR
R14

15
BAR
R15

11
BAR
R16

22
HID
R17

5
HID
R18

4
HID
R19

6
TOW
R20

2
TOW
R21

1
TOW
R22

2
QLD
R23

8
QLD
R24

8
QLD
R25

9
SMP
R26

2
SMP
R27

Ret
SMP
R28

18
SAN
QR

5
SAN
R29

3
BAT
R30

DNS
SUR
R31

9
SUR
R32

12
PHI
R33

4
PHI
R34

4
PHI
R35

2
SYD
R36

10
SYD
R37

10
SYD
R38

2
9th 2289
2015 ADE
R1

7
ADE
R2

4
ADE
R3

3
SYM
R4

8
SYM
R5

5
SYM
R6

4
BAR
R7

Ret
BAR
R8

11
BAR
R9

6
WIN
R10

16
WIN
R11

Ret
WIN
R12

5
HID
R13

20
HID
R14

8
HID
R15

12
TOW
R16

7
TOW
R17

4
QLD
R18

13
QLD
R19

12
QLD
R20

5
SMP
R21

18
SMP
R22

11
SMP
R23

12
SAN
QR

12
SAN
R24

4
BAT
R25

3
SUR
R26

4
SUR
R27

3
PUK
R28

10
PUK
R29

10
PUK
R30

10
PHI
R31

8
PHI
R32

13
PHI
R33

9
SYD
R34

22
SYD
R35

12
SYD
R36

11
6th 2584
2016 ADE
R1

5
ADE
R2

23
ADE
R3

3
SYM
R4

11
SYM
R5

6
PHI
R6

9
PHI
R7

16
BAR
R8

5
BAR
R9

7
WIN
R10

25
WIN
R11

12
HID
R12

23
HID
R13

14
TOW
R14

7
TOW
R15

20
QLD
R16

14
QLD
R17

13
SMP
R18

8
SMP
R19

7
SAN
QR

2
SAN
R20

1
BAT
R21

Ret
SUR
R22

15
SUR
R23

11
PUK
R24

5
PUK
R25

10
PUK
R26

10
PUK
R27

7
SYD
R28

2
SYD
R29

2
9th 2252
2017 Scott Pye ADE
R1

16
ADE
R2

19
SYM
R3

Ret
SYM
R4

12
PHI
R5

17
PHI
R6

12
BAR
R7

20
BAR
R8

14
WIN
R9

15
WIN
R10

22
HID
R11

23
HID
R12

8
TOW
R13

12
TOW
R14

18
QLD
R15

13
QLD
R16

16
SMP
R17

5
SMP
R18

18
SAN
QR

15
SAN
R19

21
BAT
R20

2
SUR
R21

11
SUR
R22

13
PUK
R23

14
PUK
R24

10
NEW
R25

7
NEW
R26

14
12th 1804
2018 ADE
R1

10
ADE
R2

8
MEL
R3

6
MEL
R4

11
MEL
R5

1
MEL
R6

5
SYM
R7

8
SYM
R8

6
PHI
R9

9
PHI
R10

11
BAR
R11

12
BAR
R12

15
WIN
R13

2
WIN
R14

6
HID
R15

4
HID
R16

20
TOW
R17

14
TOW
R18

21
QLD
R19

16
QLD
R20

19
SMP
R21

25
BEN
R22

18
BEN
R23

6
SAN
QR

19
SAN
R24

6
BAT
R25

2
SUR
R26

13
SUR
R27

C
PUK
R28

6
PUK
R29

15
NEW
R30

4
NEW
R31

10
7th 2608
2019 ADE
R1

Ret
ADE
R2

17
MEL
R3

13
MEL
R4

14
MEL
R5

6
MEL
R6

11
SYM
R7

12
SYM
R8

8
PHI
R9

8
PHI
R10

15
BAR
R11

16
BAR
R12

Ret
WIN
R13

10
WIN
R14

8
HID
R15

10
HID
R16

19
TOW
R17

20
TOW
R18

15
QLD
R19

21
QLD
R20

16
BEN
R21

15
BEN
R22

16
PUK
R23

13
PUK
R24

6
BAT
R25

7
SUR
R26

5
SUR
R27

4
SAN
QR

23
SAN
R28

5
NEW
R29

6
NEW
R30

5
12th 2193
2020 Bryce Fullwood ADE
R1

21
ADE
R2

17
MEL
R3

C
MEL
R4

C
MEL
R5

C
MEL
R6

C
SMP1
R7

13
SMP1
R8

20
SMP1
R9

10
SMP2
R10

15
SMP2
R11

15
SMP2
R12

7
HID1
R13

21
HID1
R14

18
HID1
R15

19
HID2
R16

19
HID2
R17

17
HID2
R18

17
TOW1
R19

8
TOW1
R20

19
TOW1
R21

12
TOW2
R22

17
TOW2
R23

12
TOW2
R24

18
BEN1
R25

3
BEN1
R26

16
BEN1
R27

19
BEN2
R28

15
BEN2
R29

18
BEN2
R30

19
BAT
R31

Ret
18th 1092
2021 BAT
R1

5
BAT
R2

13
SAN
R3

24
SAN
R4

15
SAN
R5

13
SYM
R6

23
SYM
R7

17
SYM
R8

17
BEN
R9

16
BEN
R10

6
BEN
R11

14
HID
R12

11
HID
R13

12
HID
R14

14
TOW
R15

11
TOW
R16

13
TOW2
R17

21
TOW2
R18

14
TOW2
R19

11
SYD1
R20

18
SYD1
R21

12
SYD1
R22

18
SYD2
R23

10
SYD2
R24

16
SYD2
R25

22
SYD3
R26

Ret
SYD3
R27

10
SYD3
R28

14
SYD4
R29

23
SYD4
R30

C
BAT
R31

5
14th 1491
2022 Nick Percat SMP
R1

6
SMP
R2

23
SYM
R3

24
SYM
R4

11
SYM
R5

10
MEL
R6

5
MEL
R7

17
MEL
R8

16
MEL
R9

6
BAR
R10

21
BAR
R11

18
BAR
R12

15
WIN
R13

14
WIN
R14

15
WIN
R15

16
HID
R16

14
HID
R17

10
HID
R18

10
TOW
R19

13
TOW
R20

12
BEN
R21

13
BEN
R22

Ret
BEN
R23

9
SAN
R24

15
SAN
R25

19
SAN
R26

22
PUK
R27

8
PUK
R28

14
PUK
R29

9
BAT
R30

SUR
R31

SUR
R32

ADE
R33

ADE
R34

15th* 1280*

Car No. 25 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
1996 Craig Lowndes 15 Holden EAS
R1

2
EAS
R2

1
EAS
R3

1
SAN
R4

1
SAN
R5

4
SAN
R6

3
BAT
R7

4
BAT
R8

Ret
BAT
R9

10
SYM
R10

1
SYM
R11

1
SYM
R12

1
PHI
R13

1
PHI
R14

Ret
PHI
R15

DNS
CAL
R16

1
CAL
R17

Ret
CAL
R18

7
LAK
R19

1
LAK
R20

1
LAK
R21

1
BAR
R22

1
BAR
R23

1
BAR
R24

1
MAL
R25

1
MAL
R26

1
MAL
R27

5
ORA
R28

2
ORA
R29

2
ORA
R30

Ret
1st 423
1997 Greg Murphy CAL
R1

1
CAL
R2

7
CAL
R3

7
PHI
R4

3
PHI
R5

4
PHI
R6

DNS
SAN
R7

DNS
SAN
R8

11
SAN
R9

3
SYM
R10

2
SYM
R11

1
SYM
R12

1
WIN
R13

6
WIN
R14

Ret
WIN
R15

6
EAS
R16

DNS
EAS
R17

7
EAS
R18

Ret
LAK
R19

6
LAK
R20

3
LAK
R21

Ret
BAR
R22

7
BAR
R23

3
BAR
R24

1
MAL
R25

1
MAL
R26

1
MAL
R27

2
ORA
R28

2
ORA
R29

3
ORA
R30

2
4th 550
1998 Craig Lowndes SAN
R1

2
SAN
R2

1
SAN
R3

1
SYM
R4

3
SYM
R5

1
SYM
R6

1
LAK
R7

6
LAK
R8

4
LAK
R9

4
PHI
R10

2
PHI
R11

1
PHI
R12

2
WIN
R13

4
WIN
R14

3
WIN
R15

Ret
MAL
R16

3
MAL
R17

3
MAL
R18

1
BAR
R19

1
BAR
R20

1
BAR
R21

1
CAL
R22

1
CAL
R23

2
CAL
R24

C
HID
R25

1
HID
R26

DNS
HID
R27

6
ORA
R28

1
ORA
R29

1
ORA
R30

1
1st 992
1999 1 EAS
R1

3
EAS
R2

2
EAS
R3

1
ADE
R4

1
BAR
R5

1
BAR
R6

1
BAR
R7

1
PHI
R8

2
PHI
R9

2
PHI
R10

1
HID
R11

3
HID
R12

3
HID
R13

Ret
SAN
R14

2
SAN
R15

2
SAN
R16

1
QLD
R17

3
QLD
R18

1
QLD
R19

5
CAL
R20

1
CAL
R21

Ret
CAL
R22

DNS
SYM
R23

SYM
R24

SYM
R25

WIN
R26

16
WIN
R27

7
WIN
R28

5
ORA
R29

2
ORA
R30

2
ORA
R31

2
QLD
R32

3
BAT
R33

2
1st 1918
2000 PHI
R1

1
PHI
R2

Ret
BAR
R3

1
BAR
R4

1
BAR
R5

1
ADE
R6

1
ADE
R7

Ret
EAS
R8

2
EAS
R9

3
EAS
R10

18
HID
R11

2
HID
R12

22
HID
R13

Ret
CAN
R14

13
CAN
R15

10
CAN
R16

1
QLD
R17

1
QLD
R18

1
QLD
R19

1
WIN
R20

4
WIN
R21

5
WIN
R22

17
ORA
R23

2
ORA
R24

Ret
ORA
R25

9
CAL
R26

3
CAL
R27

4
CAL
R28

7
QLD
R29

1
SAN
R30

2
SAN
R31

4
SAN
R32

4
BAT
R33

6
3rd 1310
2001 Mark Skaife PHI
R1
PHI
R2
ADE
R3
ADE
R4
EAS
R5
EAS
R6
HDV
R7
HDV
R8
HDV
R9
CAN
R10
CAN
R11
CAN
R12
BAR
R13
BAR
R14
BAR
R15
CAL
R16
CAL
R17
CAL
R18
ORA
R19
ORA
R20
QLD
R21

WIN
R22
WIN
R23
BAT
R24

PUK
R25
PUK
R26
PUK
R27
SAN
R28
SAN
R29
SAN
R30
1st 3478
2002 ADE
R1

ADE
R2

PHI
R3
PHI
R4
EAS
R5

EAS
R6

EAS
R7

HDV
R8

HDV
R9

HDV
R10

CAN
R11

CAN
R12

CAN
R13

BAR
R14

BAR
R15

BAR
R16

ORA
R17

ORA
R18

WIN
R19

WIN
R20

QLD
R21

BAT
R22

SUR
R23

SUR
R24

PUK
R25

PUK
R26

PUK
R27

SAN
R28

SAN
R29

1st 2227
2003 ADE
R1

2
ADE
R1

1
PHI
R3

6
EAS
R4

19
WIN
R5

6
BAR
R6

2
BAR
R7

1
BAR
R8

23
HDV
R9

1
HDV
R10

2
HDV
R11

3
QLD
R12

Ret
ORA
R13

3
SAN
R14

1
BAT
R15

8
SUR
R16

3
SUR
R17

3
PUK
R18

7
PUK
R19

2
PUK
R20

1
EAS
R21

7
EAS
R22

Ret
3rd 1817
2008 Garth Tander 1 ADE
R1

23
ADE
R2

19
EAS
R3

1
EAS
R4

9
EAS
R5

3
HAM
R6

1
HAM
R7

1
HAM
R8

1
BAR
R29

3
BAR
R10

2
BAR
R11

2
SAN
R12

5
SAN
R13

9
SAN
R14

12
HDV
R15

3
HDV
R16

1
HDV
R17

3
QLD
R18

4
QLD
R19

4
QLD
R20

4
WIN
R21

3
WIN
R22

3
WIN
R23

1
PHI
QR

7
PHI
R24

1
BAT
R25

12
SUR
R26

2
SUR
R27

2
SUR
R28

2
BHR
R29

14
BHR
R30

11
BHR
R31

23
SYM
R32

20
SYM
R33

8
SYM
R34

5
ORA
R35

6
ORA
R36

1
ORA
R37

2
3rd 3048
2009 Will Davison 22 ADE
R1

3
ADE
R2

2
HAM
R3

4
HAM
R4

7
WIN
R5

7
WIN
R6

5
SYM
R7

4
SYM
R8

2
HDV
R9

3
HDV
R10

18
TOW
R11

2
TOW
R12

4
SAN
R13

1
SAN
R14

2
QLD
R15

Ret
QLD
R16

1
PHI
Q

3
PHI
R17

1
BAT
R18

1
SUR
R19

3
SUR
R20

3
SUR
R21

21
SUR
R22

10
PHI
R23

2
PHI
R24

11
BAR
R25

5
BAR
R26

Ret
SYD
R27

15
SYD
R28

8
2nd 3044
2010 YMC
R1

Ret
YMC
R2

14
BHR
R3

8
BHR
R4

6
ADE
R5

9
ADE
R6

14
HAM
R7

Ret
HAM
R8

5
QLD
R9

15
QLD
R10

16
WIN
R11

22
WIN
R12

18
HDV
R13

Ret
HDV
R14

11
TOW
R15

18
TOW
R16

6
PHI
Q

6
PHI
R17

28
BAT
R18

Ret
SUR
R19

Ret
SUR
R20

7
SYM
R21

22
SYM
R22

Ret
SAN
R23

10
SAN
R24

Ret
SYD
R25

Ret
SYD
R26

Ret
22nd 1236
2011 James Courtney 1 YMC
R1

26
YMC
R2

1
ADE
R3

24
ADE
R4

4
HAM
R5

11
HAM
R6

Ret
BAR
R7

10
BAR
R8

26
BAR
R9

5
WIN
R10

8
WIN
R11

25
HID
R12

25
HID
R13

24
TOW
R14

Ret
TOW
R15

19
QLD
R16

20
QLD
R17

Ret
QLD
R18

12
PHI
Q

12
PHI
R19

9
BAT
R20

7
SUR
R21

14
SUR
R22

6
SYM
R23

10
SYM
R24

11
SAN
R25

2
SAN
R26

11
SYD
R27

7
SYD
R28

7
10th 1869
2012 22 ADE
R1

Ret
ADE
R2

25
SYM
R3

18
SYM
R4

8
HAM
R5

7
HAM
R6

22
BAR
R7

5
BAR
R8

13
BAR
R9

12
PHI
R10

18
PHI
R11

13
HID
R12

12
HID
R13

11
TOW
R14

10
TOW
R15

15
QLD
R16

15
QLD
R17

14
SMP
R18

6
SMP
R19

10
SAN
Q

8
SAN
R20

9
BAT
R21

4
SUR
R22

7
SUR
R23

17
YMC
R24

Ret
YMC
R25

14
YMC
R26

13
WIN
R27

24
WIN
R28

18
SYD
R29

3
SYD
R30

3
10th 2153
2013 ADE
R1

5
ADE
R2

7
SYM
R3

9
SYM
R4

7
SYM
R5

3
PUK
R6

9
PUK
R7

Ret
PUK
R8

22
PUK
R9

6
BAR
R10

8
BAR
R11

6
BAR
R12

17
COA
R13

9
COA
R14

14
COA
R15

10
COA
R16

10
HID
R17

3
HID
R18

2
HID
R19

Ret
TOW
R20

6
TOW
R21

2
QLD
R22

5
QLD
R23

3
QLD
R24

23
WIN
R25

5
WIN
R26

3
WIN
R27

1
SAN
QR

7
SAN
R28

5
BAT
R29

Ret
SUR
R30

Ret
SUR
R31

Ret
PHI
R32

Ret
PHI
R33

DNS
PHI
R34

DNS
SYD
R35
SYD
R36
11th 1909
2014 ADE
R1

9
ADE
R2

18
ADE
R3

1
SYM
R4

2
SYM
R5

10
SYM
R6

3
WIN
R7

Ret
WIN
R8

9
WIN
R9

2
PUK
R10

4
PUK
R11

2
PUK
R12

12
PUK
R13

14
BAR
R14

9
BAR
R15

8
BAR
R16

15
HID
R17

8
HID
R18

11
HID
R19

5
TOW
R20

8
TOW
R21

2
TOW
R22

4
QLD
R23

5
QLD
R24

10
QLD
R25

1
SMP
R26

8
SMP
R27

8
SMP
R28

Ret
SAN
QR

6
SAN
R29

2
BAT
R30

13
SUR
R31

Ret
SUR
R32

21
PHI
R33

13
PHI
R34

13
PHI
R35

12
SYD
R36

11
SYD
R37

6
SYD
R38

3
6th 2489
2015 ADE
R1

10
ADE
R2

2
ADE
R3

1
SYM
R4

3
SYM
R5

3
SYM
R6

10
BAR
R7

10
BAR
R8

6
BAR
R9

5
WIN
R10

14
WIN
R11

23
WIN
R12

7
HID
R13

23
HID
R14

6
HID
R15

7
TOW
R16

6
TOW
R17

2
QLD
R18

6
QLD
R19

8
QLD
R20

6
SMP
R21
SMP
R22
SMP
R23
SAN
R24
BAT
R25
SUR
R26

5
SUR
R27

1
PUK
R28

8
PUK
R29

6
PUK
R30

15
PHI
R31

6
PHI
R32

10
PHI
R33

13
SYD
R34

4
SYD
R35

4
SYD
R36

12
10th 2110
2016 ADE
R1

2
ADE
R2

1
ADE
R3

21
SYM
R4

13
SYM
R5

7
PHI
R6

21
PHI
R7

7
BAR
R8

6
BAR
R9

8
WIN
R10

19
WIN
R11

25
HID
R12

21
HID
R13

5
TOW
R14

6
TOW
R15

2
QLD
R16

13
QLD
R17

Ret
SMP
R18

3
SMP
R19

8
SAN
QR

6
SAN
R20

11
BAT
R21

13
SUR
R22

20
SUR
R23

10
PUK
R24

6
PUK
R25

13
PUK
R26

11
PUK
R27

14
SYD
R28

5
SYD
R29

6
11th 2162
2017 ADE
R1

3
ADE
R2

4
SYM
R3

Ret
SYM
R4

DNS
PHI
R5

21
PHI
R6

20
BAR
R7

17
BAR
R8

22
WIN
R9

Ret
WIN
R10

19
HID
R11

22
HID
R12

18
TOW
R13

25
TOW
R14

9
QLD
R15

14
QLD
R16

23
SMP
R17

14
SMP
R18

16
SAN
QR

14
SAN
R19

10
BAT
R20

19
SUR
R21

14
SUR
R22

6
PUK
R23

25
PUK
R24

Ret
NEW
R25

19
NEW
R26

24
21st 1431
2018 25 ADE
R1

2
ADE
R2

6
MEL
R3

12
MEL
R4

20
MEL
R5

5
MEL
R6

Ret
SYM
R7

3
SYM
R8

4
PHI
R9

17
PHI
R10

Ret
BAR
R11

13
BAR
R12

4
WIN
R13

9
WIN
R14

19
HID
R15

23
HID
R16

11
TOW
R17

17
TOW
R18

10
QLD
R19

8
QLD
R20

Ret
SMP
R21

Ret
BEN
R22

8
BEN
R23

13
SAN
QR

26
SAN
R24

16
BAT
R25

Ret
SUR
R26

3
SUR
R27

C
PUK
R28

9
PUK
R29

16
NEW
R30

7
NEW
R31

5
14th 2073
2019 22 ADE
R1

10
ADE
R2

12
MEL
R3

7
MEL
R4

9
MEL
R5

7
MEL
R6

16
SYM
R7

5
SYM
R8

13
PHI
R9

22
PHI
R10

24
BAR
R11

25
BAR
R12

16
WIN
R13

4
WIN
R14

13
HID
R15

9
HID
R16

14
TOW
R17

13
TOW
R18

13
QLD
R19

11
QLD
R20

12
BEN
R21

10
BEN
R22

15
PUK
R23

17
PUK
R24

17
BAT
R25

3
SUR
R26

12
SUR
R27

9
SAN
QR

10
SAN
R28

7
NEW
R29

7
NEW
R30

11
11th 2275
2020 Chaz Mostert 25 ADE
R1

7
ADE
R2

2
MEL
R3

C
MEL
R4

C
MEL
R5

C
MEL
R6

C
SMP1
R7

4
SMP1
R8

4
SMP1
R9

16
SMP2
R10

11
SMP2
R11

5
SMP2
R12

9
HID1
R13

7
HID1
R14

8
HID1
R15

4
HID2
R16

9
HID2
R17

18
HID2
R18

6
TOW1
R19

3
TOW1
R20

2
TOW1
R21

24
TOW2
R22

3
TOW2
R23

10
TOW2
R24

4
BEN1
R25

11
BEN1
R26

11
BEN1
R27

16
BEN2
R28

11
BEN2
R29

8
BEN2
R30

6
BAT
R31

3
5th 1958
2021 BAT
R1

2
BAT
R2

3
SAN
R3

6
SAN
R4

4
SAN
R5

24
SYM
R6

4
SYM
R7

6
SYM
R8

1
BEN
R9

2
BEN
R10

Ret
BEN
R11

5
HID
R12

1
HID
R13

4
HID
R14

4
TOW
R15

14
TOW
R16

9
TOW2
R17

3
TOW2
R18

3
TOW2
R19

9
SYD1
R20

6
SYD1
R21

7
SYD1
R22

7
SYD2
R23

14
SYD2
R24

8
SYD2
R25

3
SYD3
R26

11
SYD3
R27

4
SYD3
R28

8
SYD4
R29

5
SYD4
R30

C
BAT
R31

1
3rd 2494
2022 SMP
R1

3
SMP
R2

1
SYM
R3

23
SYM
R4

4
SYM
R5

18
MEL
R6

1
MEL
R7

22
MEL
R8

5
MEL
R9

1
BAR
R10

22
BAR
R11

12
BAR
R12

19
WIN
R13

4
WIN
R14

5
WIN
R15

11
HID
R16

DSQ
HID
R17

8
HID
R18

1
TOW
R19

9
TOW
R20

5
BEN
R21

3
BEN
R22

2
BEN
R23

8
SAN
R24

10
SAN
R25

2
SAN
R26

4
PUK
R27

4
PUK
R28

2
PUK
R29

6
BAT
R30

SUR
R31

SUR
R32

ADE
R33

ADE
R34

5th* 2004*

Supercars drivers

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

Super2 drivers

The following is a list of drivers who have driven for the team in Super2 Series, in order of their first appearance. Drivers who only drove for the team on a part-time basis are listed in italics.

References

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  3. ^ All change for 2008
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  10. ^ Retro livery set for Toll HRT at Bathurst Speedcafe 30 August 2010
  11. ^ Ingall to Walkinshaw Racing for 2012 V8X Magazine 28 September 2011
  12. ^ 2013 V8 Supercars Championship V8 Supercars
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  15. ^ Percat to drive for expanded Walkinshaw V8X Magazine
  16. ^ Lee Holdsworth will race a Holden in V8 Supercars 2015 season for Team 18 Fox Sports 19 January 2015
  17. ^ Walkinshaw Racing Focus on Holden Racing Team in 2016 Walkinshaw Racing 21 November 2015
  18. ^ Walkinshaw continuing with two Holdens in 2017 Speedcafe 16 August 2016
  19. ^ Walkinshaw confirms Courtney, Pye for 2017 Speedcafe 16 August 2016
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  29. ^ Kelly retains one-track mind Herald Sun
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  33. ^ "Walkinshaw Racing eyes GT3 expansionPorsche". Speedcafe. 5 August 2016.

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