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Repco Supercars Championship season set to begin

The Thrifty Bathurst 500 kickstarts the Repco Supercars Championship season following a summer break full of much change.

At Erebus Motorsport, both reigning series champion Brodie Kostecki and 2023 teammate Will Brown are out as Jack Le Brocq joins from Matt Stone Racing, while Todd Hazelwood was a late inclusion after finishing at the Blanchard Racing Team last year.

Triple Eight Race Engineering welcomes Will Brown to the fold as he joins Broc Feeney in what a very strong team for the Queensland-based squad.

Brad Jones Racing enters the season with a largely unchanged line-up led by Andre Heimgartner. Bryce Fullwood and Macauley Jones continue alongside SCT Motorsport’s Jaxon Evans as he replaces Jack Smith.

Tickford Racing slim down to a two-car team for 2024 featuring a strong line-up of Cam Waters and rising star Thomas Randle.

Shell V-Power Racing Team enter the 2024 season targeting an improved performance as continuity will be the key for Will Davison and Anton De Pasquale. The one major change is the loss of Ludo Lacroix during the off-season to PremiAir Racing.

Walkinshaw Andretti United approaches its second season as Ford squad with knowledge from last year. Chaz Mostert led the Ford charge although didn’t take a win and will be joined by rookie Ryan Wood for the 2024 season.

It’s an all-Kiwi attack for Grove Racing as Matt Payne enters his sophomore season following an impressive race winning rookie campaign. It’s a second chance for Richie Stanaway after achieving Bathurst success alongside Shane van Gisbergen last year.

Team 18 welcomes David Reynolds to the squad alongside TRADIE Beer in 2024 to join fellow experienced driver and Bathurst winner Mark Winterbottom.

Big investment for PremiAir Racing during the off-season by recruiting engineer extraordinaire Ludo Lacroix. James Golding displayed glimpses of speed as did Tim Slade, but consistency cost the squad a higher finishing position.

Matt Stone Racing enter this season with the same set-up of young driver being mentored by a more experienced pilot. Cameron Hill returns for his second season and Nick Percat returns to the General Motors side of the fence.

Another operation also opting to pair an experienced driver with a rising star, Blanchard Racing Team expands to two Ford Mustangs for James Courtney and Aaron Love.