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Todd Hazelwood returns to Matt Stone Racing

After two years at Brad Jones Racing, Todd Hazelwood will return to Matt Stone Racing for the 2022 Repco Supercars Championship season.

Debuting in the 2018 Supercars Championship season with the team in 2018 after securing the Super2 title together the previous season, Hazelwood left to join Brad Jones Racing for the 2020 season, but will renew the relationship next year.

It comes after Jake Kostecki and Zane Goddard announced they were both leaving the Queensland-based squad at the end of this season.

“I’m super excited to be returning with the team at Matt Stone Racing for the next few seasons in the Supercars Championship. MSR and I have already achieved so much together, and I cannot wait to reignite our partnership to achieve at the highest level,” said Hazelwood.

“The whole team has had significant growth during the last 24 months, and I can already sense the excitement and energy with the plans put in place behind the scenes.

“It will be really special for me to join the team again after so many years of great memories, friendship, and success. Both Matt Stone and Jason Gomersall were the backbone to creating my Supercars career and I feel the timing is perfect to reunite and achieve unfinished business on track.”

Team owner Matt Stone was glad to welcome back Hazelwood.

“We’ve had some very good results with Todd in the past in both Super2 and as a rookie in our first couple of years in the main game when we were a one car team.” said Stone.

“Both Todd and our team have grown a lot in the past two years, so we are expecting some strong results from both of our drivers and from our team as a whole next year.”

In a multi-year deal, Hazelwood remains the sole driver confirmed at the team for next year, with a number of drivers led by Jack Le Brocq are vying for the seat.

“It’s been great to lock away a multi-year deal with Todd,” Stone continued

“Our drivers are obviously an important piece of the puzzle that we need in place to produce the results that we want to deliver.

“I have every confidence that our line up next year will once again see MSR take a step forward towards our goal of being race winners at the highest level in Australian motorsport.”

Hazelwood leaves Brad Jones Racing after achieving his maiden pole position and podium during last year’s season. He is currently placed 14th in the standings after finishing a season high fourth at Townsville II.