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Consistency key for Dick Johnson Racing in 2022

Consistency both on the outside and inside at Dick Johnson Racing promises a winning formula for the team heading into its second season spearheaded by Anton De Pasquale and Will Davison.

On the outside, the team’s two Ford Mustangs carry the same smart livery as on the inside the drivers remain and the engineering team continues.

It’s a point of difference in what was a busy off-season in which not only drivers, but key personnel swapped to new teams this season, an area Dick Johnson Racing didn’t need to be concerned about.

Following on from a successful 2021 maiden campaign resulting in six wins and fifth in the championship, De Pasquale again partners with renowned engineer Ludo Lacroix. Veteran Davison again is partnered by Richard Harris.

“We’re excited to not only launch our 2022 Repco Supercars Championship season but also get back on the road to see our long-term and new partners, as well as our incredible supporters across Australia and New Zealand,” said Chairman Emeritus and co-owner of Dick Johnson Racing, Dr Ryan Story.

“In 2021, Anton and Will were fantastic for the Shell V-Power Racing Team, with their strong results on track throughout the year. The consistency and stability within team during the summer break instils great confidence that they will continue to perform at the top of their game throughout the entire 2022 season.”

De Pasquale is confident of challenging for the title this season.

“I’ve been with the team for a full season now and having the same crew behind me this year means I can continue to build on the momentum we had at the end of last year and continue to deliver results for the team, our partners and fans,” said De Pasquale.

After just missing out on a race victory last season, Davison is excited by the prospect of adding to his win tally in 2022.

“Having continuity with the same crew supporting me from last season builds a great base for season 2022,” said Davison.

“Finishing fourth in the Driver’s Championship last year has made me hungrier to finish higher again in 2022.”

Team co-owner, founder, Australian Motorsport and Supercars Hall of Fame member Dick Johnson complemented his two drivers for a strong first season and is keen to watch both achieve success in 2022.

“Anton and Will were exceptional in their first season with the team and I’m eager to see them back on track this year doing what they do best,” Johnson said.

The opening round of the Repco Supercars Championship occurs on March 4-6, the Sydney SuperNight at Sydney Motorsport Park.