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Jamie Whincup
Jamie Whincup 2006 australian grand prix melbourne.jpg
Jamie Whincup at Albert Park in 2006
Nationality Australia Australian
Born (1983-02-06) 6 February 1983 (age 35)
Melbourne, Victoria
Supercars Record
Car number 1
Current team Triple Eight Race Engineering
Series championships 7 (2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017)
Races 442
Race wins 110
Podium finishes 217
Pole positions 74
2018 Championship position 4th (721 pts)*

Jamie Whincup (born 6 February 1983) is an Australian professional racing driver competing in the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship. He currently drives the No. 1 Holden ZB Commodore for Triple Eight Race Engineering. Whincup is a seven-time Supercars champion, a four-time Bathurst 1000 winner and in 2017 also won the Bathurst 12 Hour. As of 8 April 2018, Whincup is the all-time record holder in the Supercars Championship for race wins, at 110 career wins. He is also the first driver to win the Jason Richards Memorial Trophy twice at Pukekohe Park Raceway in Auckland, New Zealand.

Early career

In 2001 Whincup embarked on the Australian Formula Ford Championship with a team run by his father and Uncle Graeme (a former Sports Sedan star) with mechanical support from fellow V8 Supercar driver Greg Ritter, racing with the Mygale Formula Ford team.[1] After finishing third in his debut year, he moved to Sonic Motorsport(owner Michael Ritter, Brother of Greg Ritter ) for the 2002 season and went on to win the championship convincingly, which secured him his first ever V8 Supercar drive with Garry Rogers Motorsport.[2]

Whincup landed himself a full-time drive in 2005 with the Melbourne-based Tasman Motorsport. He had many solid results throughout the season, including a fourth at the one-off Chinese round at the Shanghai International Circuit, a third at the Sandown 500 and most notably, second at the Bathurst 1000 endurance events with teammate Jason Richards after leading late in the race.

Triple Eight Race Engineering

2006-9

 Whincup celebrates on the podium of the 2008 Clipsal 500 Adelaide.
Whincup celebrates on the podium of the 2008 Clipsal 500 Adelaide.

In 2006, Whincup jumped from Holden to Ford and joined Triple Eight Race Engineering alongside Craig Lowndes. Whincup had a stellar first season, taking victory in the two biggest races of the season, the Clipsal 500 and Supercheap Auto 1000, the latter as co-driver to Craig Lowndes. After some incidents and unreliability, Whincup finished the championship in a slightly disappointing tenth position at years end.

In 2007, Whincup returned with the same team which was re-branded TeamVodafone and celebrated several victories included a second Bathurst 1000 title alongside teammate Craig Lowndes and new engineer Mark Dutton. Whincup finished second in the driver's title by a mere two points to Garth Tander from the HSV Dealer Team. Whincup began a mentoring role as part of TeamVodafone's Junior Development Program, and as a co-ambassador for Formula Ford Australia alongside Will Davison. His first round win for 2007, at a water-logged Winton, was the first round win for the year by a Ford driver. He celebrated both his 50th V8 Supercar Championship start and his inaugural pole position at Triple Eight Race Engineering's test track, Queensland Raceway. Whincup moved into the championship lead after a successful defence his and Lowndes' Bathurst 1000 crown, coming just weeks after teaming with Lowndes to win the last Sandown 500. Entering Surfers Paradise for the Indy 300 with the series lead from Garth Tander, a difficult day on Sunday with a spin in the final race saw the lead revert to Tander who won the round. Whincup then had a disappointing weekend at Desert 400 at the Bahrain International Circuit, where poor qualifying pace for Triple Eight was compounded by a run of all three races marred by minor accidents, and he took away zero points. Tander and Craig Lowndes both had fairly good weekends, putting Tander into the series lead over Lowndes heading into the Symmons Plains race in Tasmania. Tander backed up his previous two round wins in Tasmania with a dominant race 1 win on Saturday, but a slow stop in race two dropped him to tenth, before disaster in race three after touching Steven Richards, he broke his steering and was out. Whincup won both races, and headed into the Grand Finale at Phillip Island on the 1–2 December weekend with a slender seven point championship lead. Whincup failed to keep his slender margin at Phillip Island; after Garth Tander won the first two races Whincup faced a seven-point deficit. After the final race Whincup finished second, behind Todd Kelly and two places ahead of Tander but fell just two points short of the title. At the 2007 V8 Supercar Gala Awards Dinner at the completion of the 2007 season, Whincup was awarded the Barry Sheene Medal, deemed to be the "Best and Fairest" award for V8 Supercars.

Whincup won the 2008 Clipsal 500 in Adelaide, and won a further six rounds after that including the Bathurst 1000 for a third year running. He clinched his first Championship after winning the first race in the final round at Oran Park Raceway, and was awarded the Barry Sheene Medal for the second year running at the V8 Gala Awards.

In 2009, Whincup successfully defended his title in a brand new Ford FG Falcon, including wins at Adelaide, Hamilton, Tasmania, Darwin, Townsville, Oueensland, Phillip Island and Barbagallo. Despite bad luck in the endurance races and at the Gold Coast, Whincup was able to put it all together at Sydney Olympic Park and became the first back-to-back championship winner since Marcos Ambrose in 2003–2004.[3]

2010-12

In 2010, following the team's switch to Holden VE Commodores, Whincup won the first four races of the season[4] and Hamilton but a run of bad luck at Queensland raceway and Winton saw him relinquish the championship lead for the first time in two years, and sat second in the points table, just ahead of teammate Craig Lowndes in third. He became close to becoming a 3-time champion, the next triple champion in a row after Mark Skaife from 2000–2002 and the second man to win the driver's championship in both a Ford and a Holden after Norm Beechey, but due to a multi car crash in the 25th race of the season at the Sydney Telstra 500 in wet weather his car was badly damaged and couldn't continue. In the 26th and final race of the season he was out of reach to score enough points to take back the lead from James Courtney and finished 2nd in the season.

In 2011, Whincup regained the championship from James Courtney becoming the first International V8 Supercars Champion. Whincup won races in Abu Dhabi, Adelaide, Perth, Winton, Townsville, Gold Coast, Tasmania and Sandown. The title that went down to the final race in Sydney where Whincup beat teammate Craig Lowndes by 35 points.[5] Triple Eight Race Engineering's stellar season earned them 1st in the Teams Championship, their second Teams Championship with Holden.[6]

The 2012 season saw Whincup join Bob Jane, Allan Moffat and Jim Richards as a four-time series champion. Twelve race wins at Adelaide, Symmons Plains, Hidden Valley, Townsville, Sydney Motorsport Park, Abu Dhabi and Winton, and also the marquee endurance races, the Bathurst 1000 and the Gold Coast 600 resulted in a 339-point championship win over his teammate Lowndes.

2013

The 2012 season was the last of the Holden/Ford duopoly in V8 Supercars, as 2013 would see a new challenge arise in the form of two extra manufacturers - Nissan and Mercedes-Benz. Whincup would stay with Triple Eight Race Engineering and Holden, but with a new look - Red Bull replaced Vodafone as major sponsor, with the team to be known as Red Bull Racing Australia.[7]

Despite the new era increasing outright competitiveness across the field and the season having 13 separate race winners, Whincup once again proved dominant. He won 11 out of the 34 races, winning at New Zealand, Barbagallo, Hidden Valley, Ipswich, Sandown, Phillip Island and Homebush. He was also victorious in the series' first outing to the US at the Circuit of the Americas, taking victory on three of four occasions. He went on to once again eclipse Lowndes in the points table, and earn himself a fifth title, putting himself alongside Ian Geoghegan, Dick Johnson and Mark Skaife in terms of championship successes.

2014-15

 Whincup leads the field at the 2014 Sydney NRMA 500.
Whincup leads the field at the 2014 Sydney NRMA 500.

In 2014, Whincup would win a record sixth title. Once again partnering with Paul Dumbrell, he narrowly missed out on the Bathurst 1000 title for the second year running. After a final lap battles with Mark Winterbottom in 2013, this time he lost out to Ford Performance Racing teammate Chaz Mostert as he ran low on fuel. He did, however, win the Enduro Cup with Dumbrell as the most successful driver combination across the endurance events.

Whincup lost out to long-time rival Winterbottom with a difficult in 2015 and he finished fifth.

2016

 Whincup took his 100th championship race win at the 2016 Red Rooster Sydney SuperSprint.
Whincup took his 100th championship race win at the 2016 Red Rooster Sydney SuperSprint.

In 2016, Whincup became the second driver in Supercars/ATCC history to win 100 races, the other being Triple Eight teammate Craig Lowndes at the Sydney Motorsport Park. Triple Eight’s strategy of making early first stops with all three of its cars paid dividends as the team stormed to its seventh straight victory.

2017

 Whincup racing at the 2017 Newcastle 500
Whincup racing at the 2017 Newcastle 500

2017 saw Triple Eight become the official Holden factory squad under the banner Red Bull Holden Racing Team. Whincup and Triple Eight were in the shadow of Dick Johnson Racing Team Penske being out qualified and outraced by their drivers Scott McLaughlin and Fabian Coulthard. Whincup however proved, despite a lack of poles and wins by his standards, that consistency was key to his eventual championship win which he recorded in the final race in Newcastle after McLaughlin had received 3 penalties relegating him behind the 11th position he needed to win the championship. Whincup not only won his record seventh title but also the final race win for the Australian built Commodore.

2018

Whincup concedes his start in the pre-season test at 2018 Sydney Motorsport Park. He was one of 14 drivers in the field driving the Holden ZB Commodore. During the opening day of the Adelaide 500, Whincup has overshadowed a thrilling qualifying session and slid wide through the high-speed sweeper on his final qualifying lap, slamming the outside concrete wall. His teammate Shane van Gisbergen has claimed provisional 2 poles and won 2 races. But Whincup finished 6th in race 1 and failing a transmission failure ended up 26th in race 2. At the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, Whincup start on 2nd and finished 2nd in race 3. He takes the polesitter and claimed in race 4 opened his victory. Whincup finish 2nd in race 5 and 3rd in race 6, he took the inaugural Larry Perkins Trophy for being the highest points-scorer across the weekend, but was left disappointed by his start in the finale.

Controversies

Bathurst incident

On 9 October 2016, Whincup tried to overtake on the inside of McLaughlin at The Chase, forcing the Volvo driver off the track. McLaughlin weaved back onto the track, Whincup slowed down to redress the time as McLaughlin returned to the tarmac, but Tander came hard through the middle, wiping both McLaughlin and his own Holden out as he crunched into the barriers and bringing out the Safety Car. Tander was eliminated on the spot, McLaughlin’s car was damaged but continued out of contention while Whincup raced on. Whincup edged away at two subsequent restarts while Davison focussed on holding off Whincup's teammate Shane van Gisbergen in the second Red Bull Holden behind and relegated to 11th due to a 15 second time penalty. Whincup was left to apologise to the Volvo and Holden Racing Team outfits, although disagreed with the decision that he was at fault. Motorsport fans are irate with Whincup after the Holden driver caused a huge crash near the thrilling end of the Bathurst 1000.

“I just went out there and raced hard. I feel sorry for the result, I’m just going up to the Volvo and HRT guys. You don’t want to see any wrecked cars. I’ll just go and apologies for the result. I feel the move was on, I was in there. He squeezed me narrow, we had contact. I was happy to redress, but the two cars weren’t there to redress.

“We tried hard like we always do. We’ll fight back in a couple of weeks time.”

Holden Racing Team owner Ryan Walkinshaw is furious at a “greedy” Whincup who says he robbed Holden Racing Team of a potential Bathurst 1000 fairytale ending. Walkinshaw slammed the Red Bull Racing Australia for the chaotic crash which Tander out of the race and left McLaughlan to limp home in 12th. “It’s gutting for the boys,” Walkinshaw said. “If it hadn’t been for Jamie (Whincup) making that move on Scotty (McLaughlin) we probably win that race. It’s a difficult thing to take. A win for that car would’ve been an absolute fairytale and it was a real shame it got spoiled unnecessarily by the actions of Jamie (Whincup).” “Scotty (Scott McLaughlin) came and apologised. He’s a good bloke and didn’t mean to do what he did. I can see that,” “As I’ve said, I don’t think any of it would have happened if Jamie (Whincup) hadn’t slowed done so much. We’re just gutted because it would have been the perfect way to end not only our relationship with the Holden Racing Team, winning Bathurst, but also our last race with Garth Tander as well.” “It’s a shame because you don’t want to see races won or lost like that. When you’ve got three drivers all fighting for the win at a place like Mount Panorama, with 10 laps to go, we want clean racing. That’s what we were giving out and what you expect in return.”

Triple Eight lodge protest

The appeal against the penalty along with a $10,000 fee has been submitted by Red Bull Racing Australia Team Manager Mark Dutton to the CAMS Stewards of the meeting. The crux of Triple Eight’s appeal centres on an argument that levying the time penalty is inconsistent with the system of punishment that has been explained to teams this year, which includes three levels of offence and the ability to redress an error by handing back the position taken in the passing move. Triple Eight owner Roland Dane told supercars.com. “We have protested the 15 seconds because the penalty they gave is completely inconsistent with what we have been given as the way the rules will be enforced this year,” Dane said. “It is questionable whether Jamie (Whincup) was guilty of any crime when you actually look at the incident with McLaughlin. The stewards have confirmed that the 15 seconds penalty is nothing to do with the aftermath. That wasn’t Jamie’s fault. It was only to do with the incident with McLaughlin.”

The Supercars National Court of Appeal

On 18 October, the Supercars National Court of Appeal's dismissal of Whincup's appeal on Tuesday night ensured provisional winner Holden's Will Davison and co-driver Jonathon Webb's grip on the Peter Brock Trophy tightened. However, Whincup's Red Bull Racing Australia have a week to decide whether to take their case to the FIA International Court of Appeal. Triple Eight Race Engineering entry Red Bull Racing Australia appealed the severity of the time penalty but it took just 50 minutes for the three-man Supercars Court of Appeal panel to dismiss it.

GT Racing

On 5 February 2017, Whincup drove in and won his first ever GT race when he teamed with Lowndes and Finnish driver Toni Vilander to win the 2017 Liqui Moly Bathurst 12 Hour driving a Ferrari 488 GT3 for Maranello Motorsport.[8] By winning the Bathurst 12 Hour, Whincup joined Triple Eight teammates Lowndes and Shane van Gisbergen as well as Gregg Hansford, Allan Grice, Tony Longhurst, John Bowe, Dick Johnson, Paul Morris and Jonathon Webb as winners of both the Bathurst 1000 and Bathurst 12 Hour races.

Career results

Season Series Position Car Team
2000 Victorian Formula Ford Championship 5th Van Diemen RF94 Ford
2001 Australian Formula Ford Championship 3rd Mygale SJ2000 Ford
2002 Australian Formula Ford Championship 1st Van Diemen RF01 Ford Sonic Motorsport
V8 Supercar Championship Series 63rd Holden VX Commodore Garry Rogers Motorsport
2003 V8 Supercar Championship Series 27th Holden VX Commodore
Holden VY Commodore
Garry Rogers Motorsport
2004 V8 Supercar Championship Series 50th Holden VX Commodore Castrol Perkins Racing
2005 V8 Supercar Championship Series 16th Holden VZ Commodore Tasman Motorsport
2006 V8 Supercar Championship Series 10th Ford BA Falcon Triple Eight Race Engineering
2007 V8 Supercar Championship Series 2nd Ford BF Falcon Triple Eight Race Engineering
2008 V8 Supercar Championship Series 1st Ford BF Falcon Triple Eight Race Engineering
2009 V8 Supercar Championship Series 1st Ford FG Falcon Triple Eight Race Engineering
2010 V8 Supercar Championship Series 2nd Holden VE Commodore Triple Eight Race Engineering
2011 International V8 Supercars Championship 1st Holden VE Commodore Triple Eight Race Engineering
2012 International V8 Supercars Championship 1st Holden VE Commodore Triple Eight Race Engineering
2013 International V8 Supercars Championship 1st Holden VF Commodore Triple Eight Race Engineering
2014 International V8 Supercars Championship 1st Holden VF Commodore Triple Eight Race Engineering
2015 International V8 Supercars Championship 5th Holden VF Commodore Triple Eight Race Engineering
2016 International V8 Supercars Championship 2nd Holden VF Commodore Triple Eight Race Engineering
2017 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship 1st Holden VF Commodore Triple Eight Race Engineering

Supercars Championship results

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 Pos. Pts
2002 Garry Rogers Motorsport Holden VX Commodore 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

20
BAT
R22

Ret
SUR
R23
SUR
R24
PUK
R25
PUK
R26
PUK
R27
SAN
R28
SAN
R29
63rd 26
2003 Garry Rogers Motorsport Holden VX Commodore ADE
R1

17
ADE
R1

22
PHI
R3

25
EAS
R4

Ret
WIN
R5

Ret
BAR
R6

22
BAR
R7

Ret
BAR
R8

21
HDV
R9

20
HDV
R10

Ret
HDV
R11

11
QLD
R12

16
ORA
R13

20
SAN
R14

29
BAT
R15

19
SUR
R16

25
SUR
R17

12
PUK
R18

28
PUK
R19

17
PUK
R20

Ret
EAS
R21

13
EAS
R22

15
27th 906
2004 Perkins Engineering Holden VX Commodore ADE
R1
ADE
R2
EAS
R3
PUK
R4
PUK
R5
PUK
R6
HDV
R7
HDV
R8
HDV
R9
BAR
R10
BAR
R11
BAR
R12
QLD
R13
WIN
R14
ORA
R15
ORA
R16
SAN
R17

Ret
BAT
R18

9
SUR
R19
SUR
R20
SYM
R21
SYM
R22
SYM
R23
EAS
R24
EAS
R25
EAS
R26
50th 160
2005 Tasman Motorsport Holden VZ Commodore ADE
R1

10
ADE
R2

22
PUK
R3

10
PUK
R4

28
PUK
R5

11
BAR
R6

13
BAR
R7

24
BAR
R8

14
EAS
R9

24
EAS
R10

15
SHA
R11

9
SHA
R12

8
SHA
R13

4
HDV
R14

15
HDV
R15

14
HDV
R16

17
QLD
R17

28
ORA
R18

Ret
ORA
R19

15
SAN
R20

3
BAT
R21

2
SUR
R22

15
SUR
R23

8
SUR
R24

10
SYM
R25

18
SYM
R26

Ret
SYM
R27

30
PHI
R28

12
PHI
R29

18
PHI
R30

Ret
16th 1307
2006 Triple Eight Race Engineering Ford BA Falcon ADE
R1

3
ADE
R2

1
PUK
R3

15
PUK
R4

Ret
PUK
R5

10
BAR
R6

21
BAR
R7

4
BAR
R8

9
WIN
R9

25
WIN
R10

2
WIN
R11

9
HDV
R12

9
HDV
R13

5
HDV
R14

26
QLD
R15

8
QLD
R16

27
QLD
R17

8
ORA
R18

5
ORA
R19

6
ORA
R20

Ret
SAN
R21

3
BAT
R22

1
SUR
R23

Ret
SUR
R24

22
SUR
R25

8
SYM
R26

Ret
SYM
R27

DNS
SYM
R28

DNS
BHR
R29

10
BHR
R30

6
BHR
R31

Ret
PHI
R32

26
PHI
R33

9
PHI
R34

7
10th 2357
2007 Triple Eight Race Engineering Ford BF Falcon ADE
R1

3
ADE
R2

5
BAR
R3

7
BAR
R4

23
BAR
R5

18
PUK
R6

4
PUK
R7

2
PUK
R8

5
WIN
R9

1
WIN
R10

2
WIN
R11

2
EAS
R12

2
EAS
R13

3
EAS
R14

EX
HDV
R15

5
HDV
R16

4
HDV
R17

26
QLD
R18

4
QLD
R19

2
QLD
R20

3
ORA
R21

3
ORA
R22

Ret
ORA
R23

4
SAN
R24

1
BAT
R25

1
SUR
R26

2
SUR
R27

2
SUR
R28

Ret
BHR
R29

Ret
BHR
R30

22
BHR
R31

16
SYM
R32

2
SYM
R33

1
SYM
R34

1
PHI
R35

3
PHI
R36

3
PHI
R37

2
2nd 623
2008 Triple Eight Race Engineering Ford BF Falcon ADE
R1

1
ADE
R2

1
EAS
R3

3
EAS
R4

5
EAS
R5

4
HAM
R6

DNS
HAM
R7

DNS
HAM
R8

DNS
BAR
R29

7
BAR
R10

3
BAR
R11

3
SAN
R12

1
SAN
R13

3
SAN
R14

1
HDV
R15

4
HDV
R16

5
HDV
R17

8
QLD
R18

9
QLD
R19

3
QLD
R20

6
WIN
R21

1
WIN
R22

4
WIN
R23

2
PHI
QR

1
PHI
R24

2
BAT
R25

1
SUR
R26

1
SUR
R27

1
SUR
R28

1
BHR
R29

1
BHR
R30

1
BHR
R31

1
SYM
R32

2
SYM
R33

1
SYM
R34

1
ORA
R35

1
ORA
R36

Ret
ORA
R37

23
1st 3332
2009 Triple Eight Race Engineering Ford FG Falcon ADE
R1

1
ADE
R2

1
HAM
R3

1
HAM
R4

1
WIN
R5

2
WIN
R6

13
SYM
R7

8
SYM
R8

1
HDV
R9

1
HDV
R10

10
TOW
R11

1
TOW
R12

2
SAN
R13

6
SAN
R14

3
QLD
R15

1
QLD
R16

13
PHI
QR

18
PHI
R17

2
BAT
R18

5
SUR
R19

13
SUR
R20

8
SUR
R21

Ret
SUR
R22

6
PHI
R23

1
PHI
R24

1
BAR
R25

1
BAR
R26

4
SYD
R27

5
SYD
R28

14
1st 3349
2010 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden VE Commodore YMC
R1

1
YMC
R2

1
BHR
R3

1
BHR
R4

1
ADE
R5

4
ADE
R6

18
HAM
R7

1
HAM
R8

1
QLD
R9

4
QLD
R10

Ret
WIN
R11

3
WIN
R12

24
HDV
R13

2
HDV
R14

1
TOW
R15

1
TOW
R16

23
PHI
QR

2
PHI
R17

29
BAT
R18

2
SUR
R19

6
SUR
R20

1
SYM
R21

6
SYM
R22

15
SAN
R23

2
SAN
R24

3
SYD
R25

Ret
SYD
R26

5
2nd 2990
2011 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden VE Commodore YMC
R1

1
YMC
R2

3
ADE
R3

2
ADE
R4

1
HAM
R5

23
HAM
R6

18
BAR
R7

1
BAR
R8

2
BAR
R9

1
WIN
R10

1
WIN
R11

2
HID
R12

9
HID
R13

6
TOW
R14

2
TOW
R15

1
QLD
R16

3
QLD
R17

2
QLD
R18

10
PHI
QR

12
PHI
R19

2
BAT
R20

21
SUR
R21

1
SUR
R22

2
SYM
R23

1
SYM
R24

1
SAN
R25

13
SAN
R26

1
SYD
R27

20
SYD
R28

8
1st 3168
2012 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden VE Commodore ADE
R1

1
ADE
R2

4
SYM
R3

3
SYM
R4

1
HAM
R5

2
HAM
R6

2
BAR
R7

2
BAR
R8

2
BAR
R9

3
PHI
R10

Ret
PHI
R11

5
HID
R12

1
HID
R13

2
TOW
R14

1
TOW
R15

1
QLD
R16

3
QLD
R17

3
SMP
R18

23
SMP
R19

1
SAN
QR

19
SAN
R20

3
BAT
R21

1
SUR
R22

1
SUR
R23

2
YMC
R24

1
YMC
R25

1
YMC
R26

1
WIN
R27

1
WIN
R28

3
SYD
R29

5
SYD
R30

5
1st 3861
2013 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden VF Commodore ADE
R1

3
ADE
R2

2
SYM
R3

2
SYM
R4

4
SYM
R5

5
PUK
R6

26
PUK
R7

1
PUK
R8

24
PUK
R9

3
BAR
R10

2
BAR
R11

1
BAR
R12

1
COA
R13

1
COA
R14

1
COA
R15

3
COA
R16

1
HID
R17

1
HID
R18

5
HID
R19

19
TOW
R20

7
TOW
R21

11
QLD
R22

1
QLD
R23

2
QLD
R24

25
WIN
R25

Ret
WIN
R26

Ret
WIN
R27

13
SAN
QR

2
SAN
R28

1
BAT
R29

2
SUR
R30

Ret
SUR
R31

4
PHI
R32

4
PHI
R33

2
PHI
R34

1
SYD
R35

1
SYD
R36

3
1st 3094
2014 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden VF Commodore ADE
R1

1
ADE
R2

3
ADE
R3

15
SYM
R4

1
SYM
R5

1
SYM
R6

2
WIN
R7

9
WIN
R8

19
WIN
R9

10
PUK
R10

24
PUK
R11

4
PUK
R12

4
PUK
R13

10
BAR
R14

17
BAR
R15

3
BAR
R16

4
HID
R17

1
HID
R18

1
HID
R19

3
TOW
R20

1
TOW
R21

7
TOW
R22

1
QLD
R23

1
QLD
R24

1
QLD
R25

6
SMP
R26

4
SMP
R27

3
SMP
R28

5
SAN
QR

1
SAN
R29

1
BAT
R30

5
SUR
R31

2
SUR
R32

1
PHI
R33

3
PHI
R34

1
PHI
R35

4
SYD
R36

1
SYD
R37

1
SYD
R38

4
1st 3364
2015 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden VF Commodore ADE
R1

1
ADE
R2

21
ADE
R3

4
SYM
R4

7
SYM
R5

2
SYM
R6

1
BAR
R7

15
BAR
R8

2
BAR
R9

19
WIN
R10

9
WIN
R11

6
WIN
R12

10
HID
R13

11
HID
R14

16
HID
R15

22
TOW
R16

9
TOW
R17

5
QLD
R18

8
QLD
R19

5
QLD
R20

8
SMP
R21

3
SMP
R22

1
SMP
R23

14
SAN
QR

1
SAN
R24

15
BAT
R25

18
SUR
R26

24
SUR
R27

7
PUK
R28

1
PUK
R29

2
PUK
R30

1
PHI
R31

2
PHI
R32

1
PHI
R33

3
SYD
R34

1
SYD
R35

1
SYD
R36

2
5th 2647
2016 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden VF Commodore ADE
R1

1
ADE
R2

2
ADE
R3

14
SYM
R4

2
SYM
R5

19
PHI
R6

2
PHI
R7

4
BAR
R8

3
BAR
R9

11
WIN
R10

5
WIN
R11

9
HID
R12

2
HID
R13

8
TOW
R14

1
TOW
R15

4
QLD
R16

2
QLD
R17

2
SMP
R18

2
SMP
R19

1
SAN
QR

1
SAN
R20

13
BAT
R21

11
SUR
R22

3
SUR
R23

1
PUK
R24

1
PUK
R25

2
PUK
R26

25
PUK
R27

1
SYD
R28

1
SYD
R29

4
2nd 3168
2017 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden VF Commodore ADE
R1

6
ADE
R2

6
SYM
R3

2
SYM
R4

3
PHI
R5

2
PHI
R6

18
BAR
R7

3
BAR
R8

3
WIN
R9

2
WIN
R10

2
HID
R11

4
HID
R12

2
TOW
R13

2
TOW
R14

1
QLD
R15

20
QLD
R16

4
SMP
R17

3
SMP
R18

1
SAN
QR

4
SAN
R19

6
BAT
R20

20
SUR
R21

6
SUR
R22

2
PUK
R23

4
PUK
R24

1
NEW
R25

21
NEW
R26

1
1st 3042
2018 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden ZB Commodore ADE
R1

6
ADE
R2

Ret
MEL
R3

2
MEL
R4

1
MEL
R5

2
MEL
R6

3
SYM
R7

1
SYM
R8

3
PHI
R9

14
PHI
R10
BAR
R11
BAR
R12
WIN
R13
WIN
R14
HID
R15
HID
R16
TOW
R17
TOW
R18
QLD
R19
QLD
R20
SMP
R21
BEN<br/> R22 BEN<br/> R23 SAN
QR

SAN
R24

BAT<br/> R25
SUR
R26

SUR
R27

PUK
R28
PUK
R29
NEW
R30
NEW
R31
4th* 721*

Bathurst 1000 results

Year Team Car Co-driver Position Laps
2002 Garry Rogers Motorsport Holden Commodore VX Australia Mark Noske DNF 72
2003 Garry Rogers Motorsport Holden Commodore VY Australia Garth Tander 19th 146
2004 Perkins Engineering Holden Commodore VX Australia Alex Davison 9th 160
2005 Tasman Motorsport Holden Commodore VZ New Zealand Jason Richards 2nd 161
2006 Triple Eight Race Engineering Ford Falcon BA Australia Craig Lowndes 1st 161
2007 Triple Eight Race Engineering Ford Falcon BF Australia Craig Lowndes 1st 161
2008 Triple Eight Race Engineering Ford Falcon BF Australia Craig Lowndes 1st 161
2009 Triple Eight Race Engineering Ford Falcon FG Australia Craig Lowndes 5th 161
2010 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden Commodore VE Australia Steve Owen 2nd 161
2011 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden Commodore VE Australia Andrew Thompson 21st 160
2012 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden Commodore VE Australia Paul Dumbrell 1st 161
2013 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden Commodore VF Australia Paul Dumbrell 2nd 161
2014 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden Commodore VF Australia Paul Dumbrell 5th 161
2015 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden Commodore VF Australia Paul Dumbrell 18th 161
2016 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden Commodore VF Australia Paul Dumbrell 11th 161
2017 Triple Eight Race Engineering Holden Commodore VF Australia Paul Dumbrell 20th 124

Complete Bathurst 12 Hour results

Year Team Co-Drivers Car Class Laps Overall
Position
Class
Position
2017 Australia Maranello Motorsport Finland Toni Vilander
Australia Craig Lowndes
Ferrari 488 GT3 AP 290 1st 1st
2018 Australia Mercedes-AMG Team SunEnergy1 Racing Australia Kenny Habul
Italy Raffaele Marciello
France Tristan Vautier
Mercedes-AMG GT3 APP 271 2nd 2nd

References

External links

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Marcos Ambrose
Winner of the Clipsal 500
2006
Succeeded by
Rick Kelly
Preceded by
Rick Kelly
Winner of the Clipsal 500
2008-2009
Succeeded by
Garth Tander
Preceded by
Garth Tander
Winner of the Clipsal 500
2011
Succeeded by
Will Davison
Preceded by
Mark Skaife
Todd Kelly
Winner of the Bathurst 1000
2006, 2007 & 2008
(with Craig Lowndes)
Succeeded by
Garth Tander
Will Davison
Preceded by
Garth Tander
Nick Percat
Winner of the Bathurst 1000
2012
(with Paul Dumbrell)
Succeeded by
Mark Winterbottom
Steven Richards
Preceded by
Garth Tander
Winner of the V8 Supercar Championship Series
2008 & 2009
Succeeded by
James Courtney
Preceded by
James Courtney
Winner of the International V8 Supercars Championship
2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014
Succeeded by
Mark Winterbottom
Preceded by
Craig Lowndes
Warren Luff
Winner of the V8 Supercars Endurance Cup
2014
(with Paul Dumbrell)
Succeeded by
Garth Tander
Warren Luff
Preceded by
Álvaro Parente
Shane van Gisbergen
Jonathon Webb
Winner of the Bathurst 12 Hour
2017
(with Craig Lowndes & Toni Vilander)
Succeeded by
Robin Frijns
Stuart Leonard
Dries Vanthoor
Preceded by
Shane van Gisbergen
Winner of the Supercars Championship
2017
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Craig Lowndes
Barry Sheene Medal
2007–2008
Succeeded by
Will Davison
Records
Preceded by
Craig Lowndes
49 wins
(1996 – present)
Most ATCC round wins
50
(2002 – present),
50th win at the 2018 Melbourne 400
Succeeded by
incumbent
Preceded by
Craig Lowndes
105 wins
(1996 – present)
Most ATCC race wins
110
(2002 – present),
106th win at the 2017 Red Rooster Sydney SuperSprint
Succeeded by
incumbent
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