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Will Brown

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One of Australia’s most exciting Motorsport prospects, Will Brown is a Champion of many categories ahead of his 2021 debut as a full-time Supercars driver. 

Will claimed two national circuit racing titles in the one year, the Australian F4 and Australian Toyota 86 Championships, before advancing to the Super2 Series with Eggleston Motorsport where he was a front-runner from 2016-2019. Additionally, he was picked up by Supercars team Penrite Racing for Enduro Cup drives for the past 3 years. 

In 2020, Penrite Racing announced they had signed Will for the 2021 Supercars season and ran him in the limited Super2 Season the same year where he claimed a Race Win at Bathurst and is currently second in the Championship. 

Will is also the current TCR Australia champion and has also been named as an official Hyundai Motorsport Customer Racing Junior Driver, which will see the Aussie compete on a global stage in selected World TCR events once international travel reopens.

"Used car salesman by day wannabe Ricky Bobby by weekends!"

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Jack Doohan

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Son of 5-time MotoGP Champion Mick Doohan, Jack Doohan is out to make a name for himself on four wheels.

Beginning karting for fun after breaking his leg on a bike, Jack advanced to racing competitively and claimed multiple State Title Wins in Australia and impressed at the World Karting Titles. 

Jack moved overseas to follow his dream of driving in Formula 1 and took a massive step-up into the British Formula 4 Championship where he claimed a podium on his debut and later finished 5th overall, as well as securing the Rookie Cup. 

Jack then advanced to racing in the Euroformula & Asian Formula 3 Championships concurrently where he claimed multiple podiums and race wins in each. Jack entered a second season of the Asian Formula 3 Championship after finishing runner-up but was robbed of the 2019 Championship when tyre failures plagued him in the final round and he was unable to finish two races. 

In 2020, Doohan signed with HWA RaceLab for the FIA Formula 3 Championship but struggled with technical issues and regular collateral damage on track. Heading into 2021, Doohan is confident in his race program after post-season testing with Trident Race Team and topping the times across the two-day outing. 

"I've got big shoes to fill but I am not worried one bit."

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Jamie Whincup

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Jamie Whincup stands among the elite – and not just for his incredible ability to clap the National Anthem with his feet.

His name is etched into the history books with a record-breaking seven Supercars championships under his belt. Oh, and we mustn’t forget to mention those four Bathurst 1000 victories that also grace his resume. We dare you to challenge his position as one of the greatest drivers of all time. You’ll be wrong!

A seven-time championship winner comes at a price though. JDub is not the kind of guy you could have a friendly game of tiddlywinks with as nine times out of ten he will dominate you. And not because he’s any good, but because he’s that damn competitive.

But away from epic matches of such high-intensity sports, the Victorian-born driver is as down-to-earth as they come. With hobbies extending from water sports to DJ decks, it’s clear that Jamie’s not one to sit around twiddling his thumbs. Which is lucky when you’ve got over a tonne of race car to shift – hey, someone has gotta do it!

"Love the water and driving my car fast on weekend..."

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Jack Miller

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Townsville-born MotoGP Rider Jack Miller made a name for himself on two-wheels when he jumped directly from the entry-level world championship category to the premier class of MotoGP for LCR Honda in 2015.

In 2016, he produced a wet-weather masterclass to take his maiden MotoGP victory at Assen and claimed multiple podiums with satellite (second-tier) Ducati Team Pramac Racing from 2017-2020. 

Jack will become a Factory Ducati MotoGP Rider in 2021 when he is promoted to the Ducati Corse Team. 

"If in doubt - flat out!"

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Chaz Mostert

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Growing up as a star in karting and in the Formula series, Chaz Mostert was undoubtedly going to be front-runner throughout his Motorsport career.

Taking on his first full season in the Supercars Championship in 2014, Chaz’s year was highlighted when he overcame a last-place starting position and mid-race crash  by his co-driver to take the lead of the Bathurst 1000 on the last lap, claiming the elusive Peter Brock Trophy at the end of 161 laps. 

Chaz was a prime contender for the 2015 Supercars Championship with 5 race wins, 14 podiums and 10 pole positions, when disaster struck during Qualifying at the Bathurst 1000. Chaz crashed into the wall at the top of the mountain which broke his wrist and femur as the car crumpled down the hill. Chaz was unable to race for the rest of the season due to his injuries.

Chaz had a tough 2016 season in Supercars but won the Bathurst 6 Hour in a BMW entry. In 2017, Chaz bounced back with multiple race wins and claimed the Pirtek Enduro Cup with Steve Owen, winning the Gold Coast 600 which he did again in 2018. 

2019 marked Chaz’s last year with Tickford Racing where he remarkably stood on the podium consecutively for 7 rounds  – Perth, Winton, Darwin, Townsville, Ipswich, The Bend and Pukekohe; ultimately finishing 5th in the Championship. Chaz made the move to Walkinshaw Andretti United in 2020, claiming a podium on his debut, 3rd at the Bathurst 1000 and 5th in the Championship with the Holden Team. 

"Let's have a crack!"

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Toby Price

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Toby Price had made a name for himself back home in Australia, but was still relatively unknown in international rally-raid circles.

It didn’t take long for him to master navigating in South America as he rode to an impressive third place in his Dakar debut. A year later, he was a member of the factory KTM Team and became the first Australian to win the Dakar, in just his second effort. 

The logical favourite in 2017, Price crashed out and broke his femur on stage four of the Rally. The healing process was slow and he headed to the start of his fourth Dakar the next year with little preparation after not having competed in a single race since the crash. Despite his time on the sideline, the Aussie claimed another third place trophy. Later in 2018, Toby also won the Morocco Rally on his way to winning his first FIM World Title.

Toby was projected as the favourite for the 2019 Dakar Rally but was handed a major wrist injury just 4 weeks out from the event and underwent surgery to screw his wrist together for the Rally.

Many people had written the KTM Factory rider off as a result, however after 10 gruelling days of desert racing with a collapsing wrist, Toby proved the critics wrong to win the Dakar Rally for the second time in his very short and successful career.

Toby Price had made a name for himself back home in Australia, but was still relatively unknown in international rally-raid circles. It didn’t take long for him to master navigating in South America as he rode to an impressive third place in his Dakar debut. A year later, he was a member of the factory KTM Team and became the first Australian to win the Dakar, in just his second effort.

The favourite in 2017, Price crashed out and broke his femur on stage four of the Rally. The healing process was slow and he headed to the start of his fourth Dakar the next year with little preparation after not having competed in a single race since the crash. Despite his time on the sideline, the Aussie claimed another third place trophy. Later in 2018, Toby also won the Morocco Rally on his way to winning his first FIM World Title.

The Dakar Rally moved from South America to Saudi Arabia in 2020, but that didn’t stop Price who was on his way to the finish line with two stage wins. The second half of the Rally was overshadowed by the untimely death of fellow rider Paulo Goncalves, with Price first on the scene. As a mark of respect, Stage 8 was cancelled by event organisers. Price finished 3rd in the Dakar Rally and dedicated his podium to Goncalves. The remainder of the FIM World Rally Championship was postponed due to the COVID-19 Crisis and Price returned to Australia in his downtime.

"If I don't wake up to the smell of fuel, it isn't a good morning."

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