27 Apr 2018
2016 Adelaide 500 winner and South Australian-born Supercars driver Nick Percat will call Brad Jones Racing home until at least the end of the 2020 championship.
Percat, who is also a previous Bathurst winner, is in his second year with the Albury-based squad and currently sits 12th in the championship.
“When Brad and Kim told me they wanted to extend my contract I couldn’t have been happier,” Percat said.
“BJR is where I want to be and where I think I’ll get my best result.
“I know the results we have had...
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17 Apr 2018
In a significant announcement, Ford has thrown financial and technical support behind two Blue Oval outfits in the Supercars Championship with the homologation of its Mustang performance car for the 2019 series.
Both Shell V-Power Racing and Tickford Racing will continue running a five-litre V8 engine (as opposed to the road-going V6 twin turbo), in what represents the first time a non-Falcon will be raced by the Blue Oval in the series.
The American Ford Performance brand will work with DJR Team Penske, which runs Shell V-Power Racing, and Tickford on the development of the Supercar.