Who are the V8 Supercar drivers?
ENTRY LIST: 2022 Repco Supercars Championship
|Brad Jones Racing||14||Bryce Fullwood|
|Brad Jones Racing||96||Macauley Jones|
|Brad Jones Racing||4||Jack Smith|
|Team 18||18||Mark Winterbottom|
Who drives 888 V8 Supercars?
The team currently runs two Holden ZB Commodores for Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen….Triple Eight Race Engineering.
|Race Drivers||Supercars Championship 88. Broc Feeney 97. Shane van Gisbergen Super2 777. Declan Fraser 111. Cameron Hill|
Who is the youngest V8 Supercar driver?
Aged just 16 on the weekend of his debut in Adelaide, he became the youngest-ever Supercars driver, Lucas’ older brother Paul Dumbrell the previous record holder. Rullo ultimately split with LDM two events before the end of his rookie season.
Who is the oldest current V8 Supercar driver?
A new generation of drivers leads the way now, Rick Kelly, Jamie Whincup and Mark Winterbottom having made their debuts in the 2001, ’02 and ’03 enduros respectively….The Supercars generation change by the numbers.
|2017 oldest on day of Race 1||2019 oldest on day of Race 1|
|Garth Tander: 39 years, 11 months||Fabian Coulthard: 36 years, 7 months|
Who is driving for Red Bull in 2022 supercars?
It starts at the very top, with champions Red Bull Ampol Racing starting 2022 with two new combinations. Grove Racing-bound David Cauchi has been replaced by Andrew Edwards alongside Shane van Gisbergen….2022 confirmed driver-engineer combinations.
|Driver||2021 engineer||2022 engineer|
|Tim Slade||Mirko De Rosa||Mirko De Rosa|
Who is Shane van Gisbergen driver?
The team fielded Garth Tander with Shane van Gisbergen for a third season in 2021, with Craig Lowndes alongside Whincup.
Who is the youngest v8 Supercar Driver 2021?
Teenager Broc Feeney has been thrown the keys to race-winning machinery by Triple Eight Race Engineering. Current Super2 points leader Feeney will be 19 years old when he makes his full-time debut in the 2022 Repco Supercars Championship.
Who is the youngest driver at Bathurst this year?
Broc Feeney has become the youngest ever driver to win the Dunlop Series. Feeney secured the title at the Repco Bathurst 1000 season finale, just a day before he will make his second Great Race start.
How many races are there in the V8 Supercar Championship Series?
It was the fifteenth running of the V8 Supercar Championship Series and the seventeenth series in which V8 Supercars contested the premier Australian touring car title. The championship was contested over thirty-six races, starting with the Clipsal 500 Adelaide on 2 March 2013, and finishing with the Sydney 500 on 8 December.
Is Nissan launching a V8 Supercar programme for 2013?
“Nissan launches 2013 V8 programme, confirms Moffat and Caruso”. Autosport. Retrieved 12 February 2013. ^ a b “Jack Daniels Racing Announces Enduro Line Up”. v8supercars.com. V8 Supercars Australia. 23 April 2013. Archived from the original on 13 May 2013. Retrieved 23 April 2013. ^ a b c d “GALLERY: Nissan’s four-car V8 Supercar assault”.
What cars were used in the 2013 Australian F1 championship?
The following teams and drivers competed during the 2013 championship: A Ford Falcon FG, driven by Will Davison. A Holden Commodore VF, driven by Scott McLaughlin. A Mercedes-Benz E63 W212, driven by Maro Engel. A Nissan Altima L33, driven by Rick Kelly. All teams competing with the Holden Commodore upgraded to the new VF model.
What is the new generation V8 Supercar?
The New Generation V8 Supercar (originally Car of the Future) project was first announced in 2008, when a working group was established to explore options for the long-term future of the category.